Robotech 3000 - Release On DVD

Release On DVD

Though Robotech 3000 seemed to have fallen victim to the "Sentinels Curse," the trailer was finally released as part of a collector's edition DVD of Robotech: The Shadow Chronicles on November 20, 2007.

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