Well, since it's mentioned...What is the new difference between the SAVE edition and the viridian collection? I mean isn't the viridian supposed to be the money saving edition? And now there's a SAVE edtion that's supposed to be an even better money saver? would that mean that the viridian collections are going to be discontinued in place of the SAVE edtions and are going to be taking over?
It works like this.Complete Collection
= First release or two previous sets combined into one (price range $50-$70). Viridian Collection
= Re-release of previous collection with slightly cheaper price and new packaging. (Price range $35-$50)Classics Line
= Titles that have sold really well in the previous releases or have done well with the previous company for license rescues. (Price range $30-$60.) SAVE Edition
= Titles that have sold poorly and they are trying to make a little extra money off of them. (Price range $10-$35.)
[$10 for movies and $35 for Blu-rays. Most titles with 12-13 episodes are priced for $20 and most titles with 24-26 episodes are priced for $30.]
It has been noted by Funimation, that a title will end up in either the Classics line or in the SAVE line in the end.