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 Feb 09, 2007 - 08:42 AM - by Michael
* 360 gets 1080P

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Microsoft kicked out the Xbox360's 1080P ability with a software update, but now there are announced titles that will actually use it.

So there you go. Now we have two games coming out for the 360 that will support 1080p as a resolution. My question would be?outside of the hardcore console fans and bleeding edge consumers?do people really care about 1080p? Does your television support it?
The answers are "No" and "No", by the way; my TV is 720p and that is plenty.
 

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