DOA Xtreme Beach Volleyball = 1st HD(720p, 1080i) title for XBOX ?

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  1. eric_shepearl

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    Hi, folks.
    I've just been to Team XBOX site, and saw a preview for DOA Xtreme Beach Volleyball. [​IMG]
    http://www.teamxbox.com/content.php?id=365
    It says in the feature list that
    5.1 Surround Sound
    16:9 Widescreen
    HDTV Support
    XBOX Exclusive.
    Does anyone know wether the title's been announced "officially" to support Hi-Def resolution? , or could this be another case like "Burnout"?
     
  2. Peter Rohlfs

    Peter Rohlfs Stunt Coordinator

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    I read somewhere that Dragon's Lair 3d was going to be the 1st.

    Peter
     
  3. Carlo Medina

    Carlo Medina Executive Producer

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    Man, am I glad I bought an Xbox. [​IMG]
     
  4. James St

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    HDTV support doesn't necessarily mean 720p/1080i. I believe the same was said about Burnout which only supports 480p. We'll just have to wait and see.
    Widescreen support is [​IMG]. With content like this nobody would want to play this game out of proportion. [​IMG]
     
  5. Sean Oneil

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    Usually just means Progressive Scan Support when they word it like that..
     
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    HDTV Support simply means a "minimum of 480p" as stated by so many above.
     
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  8. Dave Falasco

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    I still don't get how anyone can claim 480p is "HDTV support". Don't get me wrong, I'm glad to have it, but isn't HDTV a minimum of something like 540p, with 720p and 1080i being the two most common formats?
     

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