Moretsu Pirates’ third Blu-ray volume is fairy bodacious in its discrepancies between the televised rendition – significant color corrections were made, alongside a general increase of intensity on everything.
One can see the ideal example of such audacity in editing above – a formerly blank computer screen is now filled with bars of colored data, though what’s more, notice how the number “27158″ became in the hundred billions within the Blu-ray variant. If this is not bold and audacious, then surely nothing is. In all seriousness however, as is common with many Blu-ray alterations, it’s tough to see any purpose with this fix specifically – it’s nothing to speak negative about, though there’s no clear reason to praise it either, except for its audacity.
And the sheer confidence in pointless editing does not end there – notice how the tiny cut-off monitor to the left has been flushed of red, as if all the red went to the newly information packed monitor instead.
Enough of that however, the second pair of side-by-side comparisons, showcasing stills of space, do well to clearly highlight the daring attitude of Moretsu Pirates as the vast black skies have been boldly made more electrifying – not to mention, a lot sharper in image quality, for an overall enhanced picture.
While easy targets for a multitude of jest, the revisions applied on Blu-ray are actually wondrous as a whole as they truly do improve the episodes visually, which in turn also boosts the total experience.
Little trouble will one have seeing the substantial positive impact of the corrections when looking through a vaster collection of them all below: