Well, the orange bricks had 3 tracks, Eng 5.1, Eng Stereo, Japanese Mono.If only, if fucking only. But could you imagine how much disk space that would use up?
On a Blu Ray, Audio would be like a small byte in comparison to the rest. I mean, They throw ads, director audio, menus with edited footage and music; so I don't see an extra track as a big deal at all.
Yes, I want this undoubtedly.Or even better, have interchangeable English performances for each character.
.... and then there is that!Anyway I can't see Funimation releasing this dub themselves. There'd be too many disgruntled members of their in house cast not to mention Chris Sabat would be out of work!
I think it is like the same deal with the Dragonbox. It's limited, it's on an old format, plus it's not the complete series, thus if viewers want to watch the rest, they have no choice but to watch it with Sabat and friends.They did release the RtD set which was unexpected I admit but in hindsight it makes sense when you consider the DVD format was on it's last legs and they had no other way to profit from the Saban/Ocean footage other than one last DVD release. I think someone else is in charge of the dub but we'll probably never find out who.