Originally Posted by adgrimes
Just played 2 hours on game mode and PC mode if Bioshock Infinite on Xbox 360. I'm not impressed with how the game plays but I feel like its the way game was made--it reacts quickly(might even be instantly..it's close if not in game mode). It's easily
playable, what I notice is when first scrolling it would go right away but when I stopped holding joystick all the way over, it would keep going a little bit.
I wonder if I'm just not overly picky with lag. When I would hit change source, edit name, named it PC(hdmi 1)...the majority of my color options were still available unlike what Eagle noticed in store. Motion lighting and Film mode was only 2 settings---is it possible I wasn't putting pc mode on?
When I play BF3 I can't tell a difference from my old tv, but I've only played Bioshock on the F8000. I'll be returning it tonight(redbox game).
When I went into PC Mode in the store, I took a note of what was disabled - most all settings were greyed out, just as I listed previously. This was consistent with PC mode from last year.
The only options available in PC mode were:
- color temp
- white balance
Color and Tint were greyed out, as were all other options, immediately upon naming HDMI source to PC. This means I couldn't even adjust basic color saturation with the color control.
It's likely you didn't have it in PC mode. I made that mistake too at first, when I was trying to figure out how to engage it. You can go in and edit the source name to anything you want, by manually entering a name, so you could call it, say, "PC", but that is not putting it into PC mode. I don't know that I can remember how I got to that menu, because I was fumbling with it for a while, but if I remember correctly, I hit source, which popped up a drop-down menu from the top of the panel, then I swiped my finger in a downward motion on the touch remote, which brought up some new options - one of those options allowed me to rename the source - but from a drop-down list
- and one of the names on the list was "PC". This is what you select to get it into PC mode. If you named it by manually entering "PC" on the screen keyboard, then it isn't in PC mode. It must be selected from that drop-down list. I may be missing a step in there somewhere in terms of what I hit first, but I believe that's basically what I did to get it into PC mode.