The DVD is not impressive.
First of all, the menus are in Chinese only. There are 5 items to chose from. "play", "scene selection", "audio and subtitle option" and two versions of the trailer, one with Cantonese and one with mandarin audio.
The film itself is in really bad shape. Scratches and specks appear frequently throughout the entire film, and there's even a few instances of severely damaged frames. Often blacks seem faded, and though colors aren't exactly bad, they should be a lot more vibrant. Thankfully the film is relatively free of compression errors, even in the fastpaced action scenes.
The sound is mono. I didn't notice any problems with it. It seemed all right for a 1.0 mix but a modern action film like this really should have a 5.1 surround mix.
The subtitles are clear in white, with a black edge making them easy to read. Too bad that the first few and last few letters of long sentences are lost in the edge of the screen. This problem may be more apparent on some monitors more than others.
I find it strange that a film this new should get such a bad DVD treatment. An American version also exists but since it's distributed by Tai Seng I suspect that it's identical to the Hong Kong version.