G1, the original G1 transformers from the original Transformers, have a new look.
You can now buy them in the Gamestop store, but they’re available exclusively on Transformers G1: The Complete Collection, a Blu-ray set that features all 25 G1 episodes.
The collection will include the entire series, which was originally released in 1994 and also includes episodes “The Dark Below” and “Dynamite”, the first two episodes of the first season of the show, “The Beginning”, and “The End”.
It will also include episodes “Bots Wars” and the first six episodes of season two, which were all originally available on DVD.
This will be the first time that any Transformers G 1 episodes are available to purchase, but I wouldn’t expect this to change much.
There will be a few differences in how the episodes are listed.
In the DVD edition, G1 will be listed as “Transformers G1” instead of “G1-Transformers”, and the title screen for each episode will change to a different color to reflect that.
If you buy a G1 season ticket for the original season, it will still list “G.I. Joe” as the title on the disc, but the Blu-rays will be different.
Additionally, the G1 Season Pass includes an exclusive “Gorgeously” poster.
While the Blu, DVD, and Season Pass versions will be priced the same, the Season Pass will be $39.99 on the Gamastop website, and $49.99 at the Target store, and the regular Season Pass (which comes with everything in the normal Season Pass) will be sold separately.
As you might have guessed, I have some good news and some bad news.
Good news is that the episodes will be available in the same way they are on the original DVDs, so you can get the entire season for less than the price of a single season ticket.
Bad news is the season will be split between two discs, which means you can’t just watch them on one disc at a time.
That said, it should still be fun to watch them all on the new G1 Blu-Ray.
They will be on the same disc, so there’s no need to worry about playing them on a separate disc.
I’m really excited about the new Blu-Rays, but that’s not the only new thing about them.
Some of the G 1 merchandise will be more limited than usual, with limited edition packaging, exclusive packaging, and even limited versions of some of the toys that were in the original DVD releases.
G1 SeasonPass members can also get special limited edition stickers.
It’s not clear if the stickers will be included with the limited edition Blu-Rs, but we’ll update you on that once we hear more.
Transformers: Transformers G.
I Joe: The Movie is a theatrical release, but there are limited episodes that will be released online.
At $99.99, you can watch it on the DVD, Blu- Ray, and PlayStation Vue, and it will be also available on digital HD and VHS.
Unfortunately, it’s unclear how many episodes are in the movie, and I’m not sure if the episodes from season two will be part of the limited release.
We’ll update when we have more information on the Transformers G-1 Blu Ray and DVD releases, and hopefully this is the final word on this Transformers movie.
Be sure to check out my review of the Blu Ray/DVD combo, Transformers: Transformers: G.A.S.S., on IGN.