It says the condition is "Very Good" so that means something.
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I think its worth the price. Anyone else agree?
You have to scroll down, its $280.00: http://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-listing/B002I0J4VQ/ref=olp_page_2?ie=UTF8&shipPromoFilter=0&startIndex=15&sort=sip&me=&condition=used
720p is the native resolution for most xbox 360 and ps3 games. Your settings must not be right.KC_HokieIf the settings were incorrect then the system would not turn on right. I've played my 360 in my living room on a 1080p TV and on a 720p TV at my friend's house and the graphics look way more defined and sharp.
I just got a Dynex 26''720p LCDHDTV and when I play my 360 on it the graphics look like crap. The edges of objects are jagged and the graphics look blurry and undefined. Everything is connected properly, the display setting is set to 720p, andI am using component cables. Would the graphics enhance if I used an HDMI cable instead of component cables? Is this TV not suited for playing games?
The only thing this game has in common with Halo is the environment and that's it. The weapons are sci-fi but most are bullet-based unlike Halo's "beam guns", thebattles are large-scaled, and the controls feel like an older, hardcore shooter. The menu is easy to navigate around and the graphics are ok. The fact that you can deploy VS's, mini armories, and turrets, you have a jetpack to soar through the air, and you have the ability to run at the same speeds as a vehicle make this a totally different experience from Halo.