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8th Mar '17 12:54:14 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* The aforementioned multilanguage FBI warning from the season 1 release of ''Dead Like Me'' isn't just limited to that DVD. It's also annoyingly featured at the end of the DVD release of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooCampScare''. So you get the LastNoteNightmare [[TheStinger Stinger]] where ghost guy [[NightmareFuel slowly gobbles up the camera]]...and then the Warner Bros. Animation logo... and then about 17 FBI warnings '''''in every language ever'''''. Luckily it doesn't reboot the DVD. It just cuts to the special features menu when it's at the final screen.
** So are almost all of Warner Home Video's Region 2 [=DVDs=] that feature warnings for about 35 countries after the movie (even the ones whose languages aren't featured on the disc), a whopping '''7 minutes''' worth of warnings. Luckily, every warning screen is skippable with the "next chapter" button, except for the last one in the set.

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* The aforementioned multilanguage FBI warning from the season 1 release of ''Dead Like Me'' isn't just limited to that DVD. It's also annoyingly featured at the end of the DVD release of ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooCampScare''. So you get the LastNoteNightmare [[TheStinger Stinger]] where ghost guy [[NightmareFuel slowly gobbles up the camera]]...and then the Warner Bros. Animation logo... and then about 17 FBI warnings '''''in every language ever'''''.a crapload of American and Asian languages'''''. Luckily it doesn't reboot the DVD. It just cuts to the special features menu when it's at the final screen.
** So are almost all of Warner Home Video's Region 2 [=DVDs=] that feature warnings for about 35 countries after the movie (even the ones whose languages aren't featured on the disc), a whopping '''7 minutes''' worth of warnings.disc). Luckily, every warning screen is skippable with the "next chapter" button, except for the last one in the set.
8th Mar '17 12:50:03 PM SparkPlugTheTroper
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** So are almost all of Warner Home Video's Region 2 [=DVDs=] that feature warnings for about 35 countries after the movie (even the ones whose languages that aren't featured on the disc). Luckily every warning screen they are skippable with the "next chapter" button, except for the last one in the set.

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** So are almost all of Warner Home Video's Region 2 [=DVDs=] that feature warnings for about 35 countries after the movie (even the ones whose languages that aren't featured on the disc). Luckily disc), a whopping '''7 minutes''' worth of warnings. Luckily, every warning screen they are is skippable with the "next chapter" button, except for the last one in the set.
4th Mar '17 4:04:23 PM Bassman
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* The [=NCircle=] DVD of ''WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBros: Koopa [[XtremeKoolLetterz Khronicles]]'' features a trailer for ''WesternAnimation/DinoSquad'' you can't skip. To make this even worse, the trailer is mostly composed of the ''[[EarWorm freaking theme song]]''.

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* The [=NCircle=] DVD of ''WesternAnimation/SuperMarioBros: Koopa [[XtremeKoolLetterz Khronicles]]'' features a trailer for ''WesternAnimation/DinoSquad'' you can't skip. To make this even worse, the trailer is mostly composed of the ''[[EarWorm freaking theme song]]''. If you hate the show, it'll make you want to throw the TV out the window.
31st Jan '17 11:25:58 AM FromtheWordsofBR
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* The ''Film/Ghostbusters2016'' video game doesn't let you skip the opening logos, at least on the Xbox One version.

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* The ''Film/Ghostbusters2016'' video game doesn't Some games on the UsefulNotes/XboxOne won't let you skip the opening logos, at least on logos prior to the Xbox One version.game.
14th Jan '17 11:07:27 AM cartoonfan945
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* Like the example above, the first three volumes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'' plays a unskippable Japanese warning if it's played on a Region 2 player.
4th Jan '17 12:18:29 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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* The ''Film/Ghostbusters2016'' video game doesn't let you skip the opening logos, at least on the Xbox One version.
4th Jan '17 11:46:04 AM WheeljackDude
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* The Sega CD port of the original ''VideoGame/MortalKombat1'' started by running a two-minute ad for the Mortal Kombat game itself. There was no way to skip it. This unskippable ad, along with the load times slowing down the game, led to much criticism for said port.

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* The Sega CD port of the original ''VideoGame/MortalKombat1'' ''[[VideoGame/MortalKombat1 Mortal Kombat]]'' started by running a two-minute ad for the Mortal Kombat game itself. There was no way to skip it. This unskippable ad, along with the load times slowing down the game, led to much criticism for said port.
4th Jan '17 11:43:57 AM WheeljackDude
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* The Sega CD port of the original ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' started by running a two-minute ad for the Mortal Kombat game itself. There was no way to skip it. This unskippable ad, along with the load times slowing down the game, led to much criticism for said port.

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* The Sega CD port of the original ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' ''VideoGame/MortalKombat1'' started by running a two-minute ad for the Mortal Kombat game itself. There was no way to skip it. This unskippable ad, along with the load times slowing down the game, led to much criticism for said port.
9th Aug '16 3:58:08 PM nombretomado
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* Some editions of ''DeadLikeMe'' Season 1 launches into an unskippable parade of copyright notices in every language known to man, lasting almost five minutes, ''at the end of every episode''. Then it reboots the DVD so that you have to watch the opening {{vanity plate}}s (also unskippable) again before you can get back to the menu.

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* Some editions of ''DeadLikeMe'' ''Series/DeadLikeMe'' Season 1 launches into an unskippable parade of copyright notices in every language known to man, lasting almost five minutes, ''at the end of every episode''. Then it reboots the DVD so that you have to watch the opening {{vanity plate}}s (also unskippable) again before you can get back to the menu.
31st Jul '16 7:43:34 AM BrainOnStandby
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** This despicable behaviour is par for the course on many, MANY, ''MANY'' region 2 [=DVDs=], regardless of movie or TV show, and has been for ages. It's the main reason to sit there with the remote already in your hands while watching the credits, prepared to hit the Menu key before the unskippable copyright notices start.
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