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zippdementia I'm best known for my extensive work in the fields of this and that. I tend to be better at that, though I have more fun with this.

I'm an odd jobber with an even personality who isn't afraid to roll with the punches but prefers to dodge them when able.

Title: Game that looks most improved on HDTV?
Posted: December 08, 2009 (10:16 AM)
Believe it or not, it's Mirror's Edge. I mean, all my games and even my screensavers look better, but Mirror's Edge shows the most noticeable improvement thus far.
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joseph_valenciaUser: joseph_valencia
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Posted: December 08, 2009 (12:25 PM)
Any first-person adventure/shooter is really immersive on a big 40-something inch display. Especially Oblivion.
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randxianUser: randxian
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Posted: December 09, 2009 (04:02 AM)
I would imagine playing Madden or NCAA Football would be vastly improved, given that you almost need to select the wideview to see the wide receivers and the entire secondary. At least on a big screen HDTV it would still look good regardless of how far you have to zoom out.
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zippdementiaUser: zippdementia
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Posted: December 11, 2009 (10:13 AM)
It's true, but that's one genre of video game I'll never get into. Just not my thing. My sister plays NBA2k9, though, and it looks and sounds much better on this screen.

It's interesting, though. Some games looked beautiful on both TVs, though they definitely look better on the the HD, like Flower. Other games, like Uncharted 2 and Mirror's Edge, are an entirely new experience.

I've yet to try out Fallout 3 or Metal Gear Solid 4. The latter I expect is quite incredible in HD, despite the game still probably being terriblie.
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