Oh, my, Xbox 360 on HDTV just rocks

Holy f**k.

I usually don’t get so effusive, but I had never seen Xbox 360 on a big HDTV screen before. Unbelieveable.

If you get an invite over to Chris’ house to see his setup take it.

Brandon Paddock is showing us around Call of Duty right now. More later. The detail. The subwoofer. The experience.

Here’s a picture of me standing next to Chris’ screen.

56 thoughts on “Oh, my, Xbox 360 on HDTV just rocks

  1. hi, im thinking of getting my boyfriend an xbox game for christmas cos he really likes it. anyone know any good games coming out in december that i can get?

  2. hi, im thinking of getting my boyfriend an xbox game for christmas cos he really likes it. anyone know any good games coming out in december that i can get?

  3. Death-knell if your Microsoft marketing robots talk up HD with 360. Casuals already thinking you can’t use a 360 without HD. Let the geeks find out about HD, talk to the mainstream that it works with current TVs. And most casuals are not even aware 360 is a new version.

  4. Death-knell if your Microsoft marketing robots talk up HD with 360. Casuals already thinking you can’t use a 360 without HD. Let the geeks find out about HD, talk to the mainstream that it works with current TVs. And most casuals are not even aware 360 is a new version.

  5. “Tetra – does your PC have a 50″ monitor that you can play CoD on with 7 or 8 friends gathered ’round on the couch by the fire?”

    Nah, but it has a 21″ monitor where I can play with twice that number throughout the world. Let’s not remind everyone that Call of Duty 2 shipped with gimped multiplayer.

    Oh, and I haven’t sat in front of an HDTV? I guess I should return my 56″ Samsung DLP and sue Best Buy for false advertising. Oh, wait. I forgot. I do own an HDTV.

    Guys, enough with the mindless platitudes. It’s a large screen with a high resolution – nothing more, nothing less. Yes, the 360 looks very good on it. For the 10% of us who actually own HDTVs, whizz-bang hooray. For everyone else, the 360 is just another console with a marginal improvement in graphics and features.

    To tell you the truth, I was more excited by the fact that Valve was able to port Half-Life 2 so well to the original XBox than I was seeing Call of Duty 2 on the 360.

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