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Old 07-24-2011, 10:31 PM   #21
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I just finished watching that whole concert, and it was awesome.
Only saw part of it due to family obligations, and it was indeed very nice.
Will try to catch it again next week.
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Old 07-25-2011, 03:10 AM   #22
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Yes because DYRL is a movie made by the people of earth in 2030 honoring the heroes of space war war I (which took place during 2009-2010). Macross II takes place in a parallel universe which takes place 80yrs after the events of DYRL.
I'm pretty sure DYRL was a movie released in 1984. I was referring to real life.

DYRL = 1984
Macross Plus = 1994
Macross Frontier movie = 2009

I don't buy into the whole "DYRL was a movie within the series" thing, mainly because that idea came about a decade after DYRL was released. I really doubt that was the original intent. Macross II takes place in a parallel universe now because it wasn't made by the people currently guiding the franchise, and also because it kinda sucked.

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Old 07-25-2011, 03:38 AM   #23
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Only saw part of it due to family obligations, and it was indeed very nice.
Will try to catch it again next week.
The concert was just only a little over an hour long.
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Old 07-26-2011, 09:25 PM   #24
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I'm pretty sure DYRL was a movie released in 1984. I was referring to real life.

DYRL = 1984
Macross Plus = 1994
Macross Frontier movie = 2009

I don't buy into the whole "DYRL was a movie within the series" thing, mainly because that idea came about a decade after DYRL was released. I really doubt that was the original intent. Macross II takes place in a parallel universe now because it wasn't made by the people currently guiding the franchise, and also because it kinda sucked.
Macross II always has been considered to take place in a parallel universe. If you watch Macross: a future chronicle, it mentions it as such.
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Macross II always has been considered to take place in a parallel universe. If you watch Macross: a future chronicle, it mentions it as such.
Macross: A Future Chronicle was an extra feature on Macross Plus Vol. 1 (1994).

Macross II came out in 1992.

It wasn't considered a parallel universe story until the release of Macross Plus in 1994. It was retconned just like DYRL.
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Macross: A Future Chronicle was an extra feature on Macross Plus Vol. 1 (1994).

Macross II came out in 1992.

It wasn't considered a parallel universe story until the release of Macross Plus in 1994. It was retconned just like DYRL.
Correct.
Back at the time when Macross II was released, it was supposed to be the legitimate continuation of the original SDF Macross. With Shoji Kawamori taking the reins of the Macross franchise for Big West (thank god), he decided to not make M2 a cannon part of the series, but rather a "parallel universe" which I guess is more polite than say "I think it's utter cr@p".

Too bad Kawamori doesn't want to touch what's happened to the Megaroad with a 10 foot stick (it's barely mentioned in Macross F, but definitely is tied into it. Was also mentioned in Macross 7, just wish I could see that one), it'd be nice to know the "official" version (so far all we know i that they "disappeared" when reaching the center of the galaxy).
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Similar to Tekken Hybrid, Macross Frontier The Movie: The Wings of Goodbye packs an animated film and game on to one Blu-ray disc.

Macross: Last Frontier lets players pilot variable fighters from the movie and some game original mecha. Compared to last year's Blu-ray bonus, Macross: Trial Frontier, Macross: Last Frontier has more missions, support characters, and outfit variations. Namco Bandai is saving the specifics for a later date.
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Correct.
Back at the time when Macross II was released, it was supposed to be the legitimate continuation of the original SDF Macross. With Shoji Kawamori taking the reins of the Macross franchise for Big West (thank god), he decided to not make M2 a cannon part of the series, but rather a "parallel universe" which I guess is more polite than say "I think it's utter cr@p".

Too bad Kawamori doesn't want to touch what's happened to the Megaroad with a 10 foot stick (it's barely mentioned in Macross F, but definitely is tied into it. Was also mentioned in Macross 7, just wish I could see that one), it'd be nice to know the "official" version (so far all we know i that they "disappeared" when reaching the center of the galaxy).
Actually, communication between the united Earth gov and the megaroad 1 was lost near the center of the galaxy. They declared them lost (UN Spacy kept this info from the public).
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Some days I think I could really spit in the face of Harmony Gold.
Even though they have 0 rights to any of the new series, the Cease and Desist letter they sent when Macross Zero was supposed to be coming stateside scarred off BigWest (the legitimate owners of the IP). Plus they have renewed the copyright on the name "Macross" for the years 2010-2020 it seems, which would preclude the series to be titled "Macross" in the US.

Am pondering ordering Movie 1 and Movie 2 ... as expensive as those are.
Agreed. I love ROBOTECH but I hate Harmony Gold as they ****ed up the franchise from coming outside of Japan. They are a perfect greedy ass company that gives us American companies a bad name.

BTW: I came to this thread as I was looking for "Macross Frontier The Movie: The Wings of Goodbye" on Blu-ray...
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Agreed. I love ROBOTECH but I hate Harmony Gold as they ****ed up the franchise from coming outside of Japan. They are a perfect greedy ass company that gives us American companies a bad name.

BTW: I came to this thread as I was looking for "Macross Frontier The Movie: The Wings of Goodbye" on Blu-ray...
Yeah it's basically their fault as to why Macross no longer gets released into America. Then the American fans suffer because of it. So obtaining this movie is by import only. But you do get a PS3 game with it which is nice.

Oh and Macross 30 was just released on PS3, but since I don't think it's a Hybrid Disc, it might be a full PS3 game.
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I almost bought the $500 Robotech boxset, but ultimately passed. I really effin hate Harmony Gold.
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Not at all related to Macross directly, but if anyone is longing for a pretty good looking Macross clone game (or what it appears to be) on PC, something to check out (for $20 on Steam or Amazon digital download):


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Want Macross 30 so bad...



Who owns Robotech rights outside of Japan and the United States?

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Funny, how this thread got started about the release...yet its not even listed on this site's database lol I just added it in a few hours ago.



Stoked the English subs on this will be good quality (confirmed here) and not the HK bootleg quality level subs that Macross Plus got, completely ruining the release along with the switched up dub in the 4th episode. Classic deserves better..
But this thread got started by me because it's a PS3 game that includes a movie like Tekken Hybrid, Lagrange The Flower of Rin-ne and other examples Namco have made that didn't get localized(besides the Tekken one).

The Database already had this listed as a PS3 game because it does include a PS3 game. But it was never submitted as a Blu-ray movie till now.
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Does this make 2 across ps3 games now?
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Does this make 2 across ps3 games now?
There are 4 total Macross PS3 games. 5 if you count the Another Century's Episode R game which is a crossover game.
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There are 4 total Macross PS3 games. 5 if you count the Another Century's Episode R game which is a crossover game.
I have Another C, which I love. What are the others?
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I have Another C, which I love. What are the others?
Macross 30: The Voice That Connects The Galaxy

Macross Trial Frontier

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