|Originally posted by Wakey|
I seriously doubt that either of those games will be in 720p.
|I seriously doubt that either of those games will be in 720p.|
|Originally posted by Big L|
I mean, Soul Calibur 2 is 720p right? But 720p is only 4:3. If you want widescreen you gotta go with 480p.
I hope both games have 720p WIDESCREEN support.
|Originally posted by bakem84|
By definition, 720p and 1080i/p, as HDTV formats, are both 16:9. 480p can be either 4:3 or 16:9.
|Originally posted by Croberto|
In the latest EGM magazine that I received today they mention that above all the graphical enhancements, "high-definition TV 720p support has been added, as well as a 16:9 aspect ratio for widescreen televisions".
|Originally posted by ChrisFB|
After SCII was reduced to 4:3 in 720p and ESPN seemed to back off from 720p at the last moment I am betting that the Xbox is short on capabilities for a lot of games to run at true 720p.
|Originally posted by Salmoneous|
An Xbox is perfectly cabable of producing games in 720p. Heck, I've got a P90 that can produce games in 720p.
The issue is that the vast majority of gamers are just using a 640x480 image. Game designers maximize their games for them. The problem is that if you spend just about ever last computer cycle producing the best d*mn 640x480 game you can, there aren't enough cycles left over to produce the same quality game in 720p.