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Halo 3 not running in HD confirmed by Bungie 10 years 5 days ago #381172

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There their they're
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Halo 3 not running in HD confirmed by Bungie 10 years 5 days ago #381175

He clearly meant "They are are jaggies"
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Halo 3 not running in HD confirmed by Bungie 10 years 5 days ago #381181

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I think Halo is a terrible game because the Ai constantly starts walking up the jaggies like stairs and messing up the level.-9/10
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Halo 3 not running in HD confirmed by Bungie 10 years 5 days ago #381191

Ezekiel;381181 wrote:
I think Halo is a terrible game because the Ai constantly starts walking up the jaggies like stairs and messing up the level.-9/10
It's not terrible, and I really enjoyed the game... but it was an almost constant eyesore.http://xbox360media.ign.com/xbox360/image/article/822/822415/halo-3-20070923023433241.jpg
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Halo 3 not running in HD confirmed by Bungie 10 years 4 days ago #381259

isn't a problem for me since i play fps' in 4:3 (480p, not interlaced you sick fuck)but it does seem a bit strange that they would scale a supposedly native resolution. i would have to see it in action on several different setups to be convinced that it makes that much of a difference though.edit: and just so everyone reading this knows, i am aware that most 360 (and ps3 games even) do scale their resolutions and that both ms and sony have openly admitted to it. it's just pretty shitty that it's advertised as 720p when really it's closer to 480p widescreen and even though it's been admitted that they do this, there's still no real explanation as to why.
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