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4Ever Gone?

Discussion in 'Pokémon Animé Discussion' started by pokenutter, Feb 26, 2018.

  1. pokenutter

    pokenutter Warrior of Time

    Hey, does anybody know how long Pokémon 4Ever has been removed from digital storefronts? I got it on iTunes when they first released them, but I've been trying to rebuild my collection on GPlay, and it's conspicuously absent from all storefronts now, including iTunes. When did that happen? And what do you think the odds are of the Miramax Four becoming available digitally?
  2. KingMinun

    KingMinun Dawn/Sinnoh Fan!

    Strange, I've seen it in lots of shops here in the UK, usually bundle with Pokemon Heroes.
  3. pokenutter

    pokenutter Warrior of Time

    I'm talking digital releases, like iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon. There are absolutely DVDs of the four, but DVDs are gradually becoming less and less convenient.
  4. hevenson

    hevenson Member

    I guess it's because not many people buy DVD's now as much as they used to. A lot of things are digitally available now and no need for a hard copy.
  5. TeridaxXD001

    TeridaxXD001 Member

    I actually prefer hard copies because I like to collect things and I also don't trust digital/streaming distribution, partially because of this very issue.

    The DVD/Blu-Ray editions are also out of print in the USA, despite the fact that they were repackaged every two years for several years. Perhaps the Pokémon Company is trying to buy them back from Miramax.
  6. pacman000

    pacman000 Well-Known Member

    Saw a copy at Barnes & Nobel the other day. For awhile Miramax licensed their catalog to a small company called Echo bridge. That agreement expired, & I think it's taking time for them to re-release everything.
    LilligantLewis likes this.

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