Resident Evil Collection (4K Blu-ray SteelBook) [France]

Added to Calendar: 11-24-21

Dec 13, 2018
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Release date: November 24, 2021
Purchase link: Amazon FR
Price: €100.32

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StifflersDad

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I most certainly won't be lol i really like the image, had it been a standard steel I'd probably have bitten, with a price drop.
In the past I have "slimmed down" a jumbo to a normal G2 size by taking the plates off and transferring them to a another regular inner tray and making a custom spine
 
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In the past I have "slimmed down" a jumbo to a normal G2 size by taking the plates off and transferring them to a another regular inner tray and making a custom spine
I would 100% mess that up if i tried lol i do own 2 custom slimmed jumbos other people have done though (futureshop up and German Jurassic Park trilogy) and they woth work pretty well tbf.
 
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I would 100% mess that up if i tried lol i do own 2 custom slimmed jumbos other people have done though (futureshop up and German Jurassic Park trilogy) and they woth work pretty well tbf.
How does that go? How did you remove the metal part?
 
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How does that go? How did you remove the metal part?
Well the metal plates on the front and back are exactly the same size as those on standard size G2 steelbooks. It's just the plastic housing beneath that is jumbo sized.

So you'd remove the plates and fix them to the plastic housing of a standard size steel (that you've already removed the original steel plates from), then add custom interior art and spine to match.

I've not removed them myself, so I can't tell you first hand how to do it. There are plenty of guides about though. I've just bought versions from people that have slimmed them down themselves.
 
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Well the metal plates on the front and back are exactly the same size as those on standard size G2 steelbooks. It's just the plastic housing beneath that is jumbo sized.

So you'd remove the plates and fix them to the plastic housing of a standard size steel (that you've already removed the original steel plates from), then add custom interior art and spine to match.

I've not removed them myself, so I can't tell you first hand how to do it. There are plenty of guides about though. I've just bought versions from people that have slimmed them down themselves.
I read/heard that removing the spine is quite tricky. Never tried it myself - I just remove dents when necessary.
 
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I read/heard that removing the spine is quite tricky. Never tried it myself - I just remove dents when necessary.
Yup, that's the part that gets me too. Adding interior art or removing dents isn't that complex, but transplanting an entire new steel like that, inc the spine, I imagine would be ni on impossible for me.
 
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Yup, that's the part that gets me too. Adding interior art or removing dents isn't that complex, but transplanting an entire new steel like that, inc the spine, I imagine would be ni on impossible for me.


Would be interesting to know how you remove the dents. Here is my way: I take a metal ruler and put it on the part I want to undent and then edit it with a threaded rod and a hammer. I have the problem that they aren´t removed completely with that, but it´s better than before.