The Twins Effect - DVD Releases

DVD Releases

There are five versions of DVD, along with VCD, released in Hong Kong.

  • DAY FOR NIGHT Limited Edition (Limited 3000 sets. 2 DVDs come with Special Packaging, Vampire Slayer's sword, 4 autograph photos and individual printed code on the cover sleeve)
  • DAY FOR NIGHT Limited Edition - 2nd Edition (2 DVDs comes with Bronze colour Special Packaging, Bronze colour Vampire Slayer's sword, and 4 autograph postcards)
  • First Press 2 DVDs with Metallic / Silver Cardboard Slipcase
  • Second Press 2 DVDs with Cardboard Slipcase and altered disc print
  • Standard 2 DVDs (no slipcase)
  • First Press VCD with Metallic / Silver Cardboard Slipcase
  • Second Press / standard VCD with Cardboard Slipcase

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