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|Originally posted by davewood|
Does anyone know if the Enter the Matrix game for Xbox is going to support 720i (or 1080i!)?
I'm seriously considering getting an Xbox just to be able to play this game in my HT!
|Originally posted by bwiklem|
I'm working on the product
|However, in all honesty(no offense bwiklem) I'm not expecting it to be as most movie games aren't all that great.|
|The way it's described, it also sounds as though you'll actually get more out of the movie if you also play the game|
|Originally posted by frizzo|
I am sorry guys, but I must be the devil's advocate here. Maybe the Xbox has some magical components that make it do extrodinary things, but I am very very skeptical that any game that is not cell shaded or like Dragon Lair will run 1080i. Think about it, is there any game on the PC right now that will run at the resolution of 1920x1080 and will still run smooth on a GeForce3 card??! And we are not talking and old engine like HalfLife here. I assume Matrix will have T&L lighting, bump mapping, and descent polycount models. The GeForce3 chip has only SO MUCH POWER. It just seems very very improbable. Now 720p is a much more attainable setting and since Soul Caliber 2 is going to be 720p I could see how the Matrix game could easily be. I just won't be holding my breathe for 1080i games until Xbox2. Sorry guys, my opinion. But someone here tell me how a GeForce3 chipset can run such a high resolution with advanced shaders and mapping and keep a steady framerate!