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    Quote Originally Posted by thoughtcrimnal84
    You nintendo fanboys make me laugh. Acting like graphics don't matter. Gameplay is important, but when (6 months after release) only 1 game on the Wii is even worth a shite there is a problem. Games like Red steel, that were touted as having great controls are supposed to be system sellers. But instead the controls sucked, was filled with tons of kiddie swear words to seem "adult", and looked like the bastard child on a very bad N64 shooter. When a game looks like crap, it takes the absolute BEST gameplay and controls to make it worth playing.

    Developers haven't figured out good controls for the Wii yet, but it would be nice to have had decent graphics at least.

    The Wii is severly lacking in decent games. We all knew that the graphics were going to be crap, but we expected other things to be supplanting that, and we were wrong. (me included because i have a wii and am extremely dissappointed with it)

    The Wii has nothing but kiddie games, kiddie graphics, innovative controls, not necessarily better though (and when you step back and look at it, you really wouldn't have a problem if the controls were like they were for previous titles of the same lame ports the Wii is getting). And seeing that this forum is filled with nothing but 16 year olds. I hoped for so much more from the wii and we haven't gotten it.

    I agree with much of what youre saying. Whilst graphics arent the be all and end all, the graphics on most of the Wii games have been very poor and the controls haven't been utilised that well. There's constant talk about all these great games around the corner, but to be honest all I ever see is 2nd rate ports.

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    !SUPERMOD! *blu mushroom* mk_south_london's Avatar
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    all im sayin is that the wii would have been the ultimate console if it had hd.
    It would be many times more better than the ps3, and all them ps3 fanboys wuld have nothing to complain about!

    YOU SUCK^^^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuzTeTT
    People with good quality television sets aren't worried about 480P. Any progressive signal looks great with a good TV. Still, I think Nintendo are hiding 576P ... in theory Wii should be capable of this. Chances are we might get it in a firmware update for when the "DVD Wii" is released.
    576P is considered high-definition and all PAL DVDs come stock with 576P (unless limited by player equipment).

    You do the math.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuzTeTT
    576P is considered high-definition and all PAL DVDs come stock with 576P (unless limited by player equipment).
    Incorrect

    All DVD formats are interlaced (both 480I and 576I). It's your equipment, the DVD player, that is doing all the conversion (reverse pulldown with line doubling).

    http://www.dvddemystified.com/dvdfaq.html#1.40

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    Quote Originally Posted by mk_south_london
    all im sayin is that the wii would have been the ultimate console if it had hd.
    If Wii had been the ultimate console, they were more likely to be crushed by MS and SONY.

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    HD would own for the wii, but the games arent that high of detail, so thered be no reason for HD...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dchao
    Incorrect

    All DVD formats are interlaced (both 480I and 576I). It's your equipment, the DVD player, that is doing all the conversion (reverse pulldown with line doubling).

    http://www.dvddemystified.com/dvdfaq.html#1.40

    Hmm. Seems I was incorrect. Maybe this DVD player isn't so cheap after all...
    Infact, I must have a really powerful DVD player. O.o; Wow, it was so cheap. I totally scammed the place. xD

    I see, so does this mean Blu-Ray is progressive scan by default or...?

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    There is almost no chance that Wii will ever do HD.
    [COLOR="Blue"]Discuss Wii gaming on the BIG screen and in Home Theaters -No External Links.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuzTeTT
    Hmm. Seems I was incorrect. Maybe this DVD player isn't so cheap after all...
    Progressive DVD players are dirt cheap now, and are getting cheaper still.

    In the US, you can get progressive DVD player for $50.

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....=1167445401646


    Quote Originally Posted by LuzTeTT
    I see, so does this mean Blu-Ray is progressive scan by default or...?
    Nope, Blu-Ray supports both progressive and interlace. However, movies are normally encoded at the native frame rate 24p (24 frames progressive) and other HDTV or video 50/60i (50/60 frames interlaced).

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    No, it would take entirely new internals for the Wii to produce HD. The Wii is built to put out 480p max. HD is 720p or greater. The component cables will transmit 720p, but your resolution is only as great as your source.

    BTW if you bought a Wii hoping for great graphics...well...you're a dumbass.


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