All jokes aside, Halo 5 MUST be Native 1080p @ 60fps or it's a wrap.

#51MetroidFan9999Posted 11/12/2013 10:00:57 AM
Ch3wy posted...
p is not referencing a 16:9 frame. You're just making that up. That's just what most displays nowadays are in. 1200p for example is never really referencing it since most 1200p displays are 16:10. All (n)p refers to is the height.

It's spinning because the black bars take 0% power to produce. If Xbox One were making its games in a 1280x720 pixel box surrounded by black borders to make it 1080p, I know you wouldn't call it 1080p.


So BluRay movies are,in fact, not 1080p that have a 2.4.1 aspect ratio. THANK you for giving us all this revelation, what the hell were we all thinking these past 7 years?!? Thanks to The Order 1866, we now have the answer!

...wow.

I'm sorry, but these consoles are being used on televisions, and the standards must prevail. 16:9 standard is when referencing 'p' resolutions in the HD spectrum. PS3 fanboys had your terrible logic when trying to spin GT5 1280x1080 resolution as "1080p", that is and was absolutely not the case and highly disingenuous.

800p is highly disingenuous when referring to a game intended to be played on televisions.

I'm absolutely done here, you guys are about as technologically capable as a brick wall.
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#52Ch3wyPosted 11/12/2013 10:03:30 AM
MetroidFan9999 posted...
Ch3wy posted...
p is not referencing a 16:9 frame. You're just making that up. That's just what most displays nowadays are in. 1200p for example is never really referencing it since most 1200p displays are 16:10. All (n)p refers to is the height.

It's spinning because the black bars take 0% power to produce. If Xbox One were making its games in a 1280x720 pixel box surrounded by black borders to make it 1080p, I know you wouldn't call it 1080p.


So BluRay movies are,in fact, not 1080p that have a 2.4.1 aspect ratio. THANK you for giving us all this revelation, what the hell were we all thinking these past 7 years?!? Thanks to The Order 1866, we now have the answer!

...wow.

I'm sorry, but these consoles are being used on televisions, and the standards must prevail. 16:9 standard is when referencing 'p' resolutions in the HD spectrum. PS3 fanboys had your terrible logic when trying to spin GT5 1280x1080 resolution as "1080p", that is and was absolutely not the case and highly disingenuous.

800p is highly disingenuous when referring to a game intended to be played on televisions.

I'm absolutely done here, you guys are about as technologically capable as a brick wall.


Once again you're just making that stuff up. 16:9 ratio is not a standard, just very common, and not all displays are at that resolution.
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#53LICKWIDPAlN(Topic Creator)Posted 11/12/2013 10:04:10 AM
leathelj posted...
my god you people need to get a life or at least get a pc if you REALLY want to be pixel counting graphic whore warriors man what ever happen to playing games for fun not f***ing resolutions i said it once and i will say it again "i really hate this generation of gamers."


You get a llife. This is part of gaming whether you like it or not. Get a Game Boy Color if you don't care about cutting edge tech.
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#54JohnHalo343Posted 11/12/2013 10:06:22 AM
343 is pretty much Microsoft's b***. If they don't hit 1080p 60FPS, Microsoft will tell them, "It is all wrong, do it again."
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#55SythisTaruPosted 11/12/2013 10:06:28 AM
MetroidFan9999 posted...
Ch3wy posted...
p is not referencing a 16:9 frame. You're just making that up. That's just what most displays nowadays are in. 1200p for example is never really referencing it since most 1200p displays are 16:10. All (n)p refers to is the height.

It's spinning because the black bars take 0% power to produce. If Xbox One were making its games in a 1280x720 pixel box surrounded by black borders to make it 1080p, I know you wouldn't call it 1080p.


So BluRay movies are,in fact, not 1080p that have a 2.4.1 aspect ratio. THANK you for giving us all this revelation, what the hell were we all thinking these past 7 years?!? Thanks to The Order 1866, we now have the answer!

...wow.

I'm sorry, but these consoles are being used on televisions, and the standards must prevail. 16:9 standard is when referencing 'p' resolutions in the HD spectrum. PS3 fanboys had your terrible logic when trying to spin GT5 1280x1080 resolution as "1080p", that is and was absolutely not the case and highly disingenuous.

800p is highly disingenuous when referring to a game intended to be played on televisions.

I'm absolutely done here, you guys are about as technologically capable as a brick wall.


Lol, your Dad is a brick wall.
#56MetroidFan9999Posted 11/12/2013 10:08:56 AM
Ch3wy posted...
MetroidFan9999 posted...
Ch3wy posted...
p is not referencing a 16:9 frame. You're just making that up. That's just what most displays nowadays are in. 1200p for example is never really referencing it since most 1200p displays are 16:10. All (n)p refers to is the height.

It's spinning because the black bars take 0% power to produce. If Xbox One were making its games in a 1280x720 pixel box surrounded by black borders to make it 1080p, I know you wouldn't call it 1080p.


So BluRay movies are,in fact, not 1080p that have a 2.4.1 aspect ratio. THANK you for giving us all this revelation, what the hell were we all thinking these past 7 years?!? Thanks to The Order 1866, we now have the answer!

...wow.

I'm sorry, but these consoles are being used on televisions, and the standards must prevail. 16:9 standard is when referencing 'p' resolutions in the HD spectrum. PS3 fanboys had your terrible logic when trying to spin GT5 1280x1080 resolution as "1080p", that is and was absolutely not the case and highly disingenuous.

800p is highly disingenuous when referring to a game intended to be played on televisions.

I'm absolutely done here, you guys are about as technologically capable as a brick wall.


Once again you're just making that stuff up. 16:9 ratio is not a standard, just very common, and not all displays are at that resolution.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_resolutions

It sure looks like a digital television standard to me!

And what do you know, these consoles are designed for digital television usage with HDMI out! WOW.
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#57SythisTaruPosted 11/12/2013 10:10:13 AM
MetroidFan9999 posted...
Ch3wy posted...
MetroidFan9999 posted...
Ch3wy posted...
p is not referencing a 16:9 frame. You're just making that up. That's just what most displays nowadays are in. 1200p for example is never really referencing it since most 1200p displays are 16:10. All (n)p refers to is the height.

It's spinning because the black bars take 0% power to produce. If Xbox One were making its games in a 1280x720 pixel box surrounded by black borders to make it 1080p, I know you wouldn't call it 1080p.


So BluRay movies are,in fact, not 1080p that have a 2.4.1 aspect ratio. THANK you for giving us all this revelation, what the hell were we all thinking these past 7 years?!? Thanks to The Order 1866, we now have the answer!

...wow.

I'm sorry, but these consoles are being used on televisions, and the standards must prevail. 16:9 standard is when referencing 'p' resolutions in the HD spectrum. PS3 fanboys had your terrible logic when trying to spin GT5 1280x1080 resolution as "1080p", that is and was absolutely not the case and highly disingenuous.

800p is highly disingenuous when referring to a game intended to be played on televisions.

I'm absolutely done here, you guys are about as technologically capable as a brick wall.


Once again you're just making that stuff up. 16:9 ratio is not a standard, just very common, and not all displays are at that resolution.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_resolutions

It sure looks like a digital television standard to me!

And what do you know, these consoles are designed for digital television usage with HDMI out! WOW.


So, would The Order's performance be exactly the same if they took off those black bars and replaced them with in-game graphics?
#58adonfrazPosted 11/12/2013 10:11:08 AM
http://www.gamepur.com/news/12368-ps4-vs-xbox-one-list-known-resolutions-next-gen-games-includes-exclusives-a.html

The Order: 1886 = 1920x800

I don't care what resolution the game runs at, but there's a source.
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#59Ch3wyPosted 11/12/2013 10:24:14 AM(edited)
MetroidFan9999 posted...
Ch3wy posted...
MetroidFan9999 posted...
Ch3wy posted...
p is not referencing a 16:9 frame. You're just making that up. That's just what most displays nowadays are in. 1200p for example is never really referencing it since most 1200p displays are 16:10. All (n)p refers to is the height.

It's spinning because the black bars take 0% power to produce. If Xbox One were making its games in a 1280x720 pixel box surrounded by black borders to make it 1080p, I know you wouldn't call it 1080p.


So BluRay movies are,in fact, not 1080p that have a 2.4.1 aspect ratio. THANK you for giving us all this revelation, what the hell were we all thinking these past 7 years?!? Thanks to The Order 1866, we now have the answer!

...wow.

I'm sorry, but these consoles are being used on televisions, and the standards must prevail. 16:9 standard is when referencing 'p' resolutions in the HD spectrum. PS3 fanboys had your terrible logic when trying to spin GT5 1280x1080 resolution as "1080p", that is and was absolutely not the case and highly disingenuous.

800p is highly disingenuous when referring to a game intended to be played on televisions.

I'm absolutely done here, you guys are about as technologically capable as a brick wall.


Once again you're just making that stuff up. 16:9 ratio is not a standard, just very common, and not all displays are at that resolution.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_common_resolutions

It sure looks like a digital television standard to me!

And what do you know, these consoles are designed for digital television usage with HDMI out! WOW.


Sourceless sections in wikipedia articles aside(which actually display that multiple 'p' resolutions don't always have 16:9 ratio), learn to take things in context. It's not a formal standard for the 'p' nomenclature. It's something normal, but it's not a requirement.
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#60LICKWIDPAlN(Topic Creator)Posted 11/12/2013 10:34:06 AM
Anyone know if the few Kinect games are running at 1080p 60fps?
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