I'll focus mainly on the quality of this particular Blu-Ray disc, and save my comments about the film for later. This way you can get a quick, accurate idea of what you're getting here.
The Disc -
Bender's game on Blu-Ray looks fantastic. Image quality is clean and crisp, colors pop, contrast is amazing, and everything looks nearly flawless. There are a few instances of minor color banding, but if you've seen other animation on BD you're probably accustomed to it. I've watched both the DVD version, bought at first because the BD was unavailable, and the BD version. The BD version is hands down superior to the DVD. It costs a little extra, but those dollars are certainly worth it.
Aside from the movie you get the usual extras; commentary track, some bonus vignettes, and a few extraneous offerings. The only difference between the bonus features found here and those on the DVD is that the BD version offers a picture in picture video of the commentators on the commentary track. I'm a fan of the Futurama cast and crew, and seeing them thoroughly enjoying themselves cracking wise and waxing technical was a real treat for me.
The audio track here is also superior to that on the DVD, but if you don't have a high end surround sound system this added bonus doesn't really apply.
The Film Itself -
While not as good as the best Futurama episodes, this movie is still fun for fans. The plot is far too convoluted and you'll probably find yourself wishing the movie was shorter, but if you're a Futurama fan you won't be disappointed to add this to your collection. If you are not a Futurama fan, fair warning, this is not the best place to start. The third act is easily the most fun segment of the movie, and you'll likely find yourself skipping to this section upon future viewings.
Bottom Line -
The presentation here is, for all purposes, flawless. The movie itself is okay, probably above average. If you're a diehard Futurama fan, then there's no reason to pass this up. If not, well you'd probably be better sticking to the cheaper DVD version, save that extra cash for some Futurama seasons ... can't go wrong there.