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The artwork and one of the review blurbs on the cover are kind of misleading; it might make you think this is a Woo-style gun-fu flick. But other than that, the packaging is fine. In fact, I like the cover here better than that of the Hong Kong version.
Dragon Dynasty's version has been noticeably cleaned up from the Hong Kong version, which was put out by Mei Ah. The picture is a lot sharper here, with much better color saturation. Unfortunately, there is some pixellation present during some of the darker scenes, but it's not bad enough to be totally distracting.
Mei AhMei Ah's version already had very solid sound, so there hasn't been any change in that area, except for the addition of a English dub track. The dub is done competently enough, but, of course, you'll probably want to stick with the original audio. The subtitles are clean, easy to read, and free of grammatical errors.
Commentary with Bey Logan: Dragon Dynasty regular Logan returns with another solid commentary. Logan gives particular attention to the locations where the film was made, as well as highlighting some of the more obscure actors featured in the movie. Overall, this is a good commentary, but I'm getting a bit tired of hearing Logan on (seemingly) every Dragon Dynasty release.