* Disc Format: Blu-ray
* Num of Discs: 2
* Episodes: 66 to 77 (12 episodes)
* Audio: Japanese (TrueHD 2.0) / English (TrueHD 5.1)
* Subtitles: English
* Regions: A & B
* Clean Opening and Ending
The replacement music (DBZ's BGM) was an excellent choice for Toei to do, than using tracks from the DBZ games that were never heard of on the TV series.
Part Six was fun to watch compared to Dragon Ball Z it stripped down most of the filler and only contained most of the action packed fights as expected (more true to the manga than the DBZ anime series), Kenji Yamamoto's music (Dragon Ball Kai's BGM) was definitely great for the series as it was intended but got replaced with Shunsuke Kikuchi's (Dragon Ball Z BGM) due to plagiarism, as I always prefer to listen to the original DBZ BGM than anything else on a Dragon Ball game/series.
Sixth Part of Dragon Ball Kai was great but, it still left us stalled with Cell's Semi-Perfect Form (Second Form), so we'll see his Final Form / Perfect Cell on Part Seven and finally Part Eight.
And lastly, the video quality is as always, superb to see, the subtitles are in white.
You won't regret buying Dragon Ball Kai: Part Six on Blu-ray!
1. Added DBZK Parts 1-6 to the gallery and inside of the Blu it comes with Vegeta's image, subs are in white.
2. Please disregard the extra part of the review from the upcoming episode 93/98, I posted some inaccurate info about Gohan's scene towards Cell.