X Box R1 720P / 1080i games

Nic Rhodes

Well-known Member
Right guys, I have all the kit and have done some leg work in order to get 720p / 1080i X box games. Can anyone pass any comments on any of the games below which I think can do what I need?

X Box R1 720P / 1080i games

Amped 2 16:9 480p 720p

Crash Nitro Kart 16:9 480p 720p

Dragon's Lair 3D 16:9 480p 720p 1080i

Enter the Matrix 16:9 480p 720p 1080i

ESPN NBA Basketball 2K4 16:9 480p 720p

Freedom Fighters 16:9 480p 720p

NBA 2K3 16:9 480p 720p

Soul Calibur II 16:9 480p 720p
(720p displayed in a 4:3 box in a 16:9 window)

Street Hoops 16:9 480p 720p

Syberia 16:9 480p 720p 1080i

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines 16:9 480p 720p

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 4 16:9 480p 720p

Tony Hawk's Underground 16:9 480p 720p

True Crime: Streets of L.A. 16:9 480p 720p

World Series Baseball 2K3 16:9 480p 720p
(16:9 only in 720p)


All of the above also do 480p as ‘standard’
 

Messiah

Well-known Member
Suggest you check out the reviews at the likes of www.ign.com. Everyone's views on games will be different and subjective and will depend on what you like and dislike.

You don't actually say what you are looking for in the way of feedback. Go on, give us some clues :)
 

Nic Rhodes

Well-known Member
Well that agrees with the data my mate gave me.

I don't have any preferences re the games, this is not for me per se but part of some 'testing' I want to do but need to through a variety of 'taxing' games at the X Box to see what it can do and what 1080i deinterlacing can do as well. It is jus afterwards others may want to play 1080i games on the big screen
 
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Jason S

Guest
If....it's a modded box, you can use XBox Media Center as a 720p source for other material as well as games. Which may be more flexible for you.

I only found this out after I had the ISF calibration done on my panel (omitted 720p due to lack of source :( )
 

Nic Rhodes

Well-known Member
No I have a R2 and R1 X Box for want of better 'terminology', one with the Kids telly and one in the Hive :)
 

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