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This is How GTA V, Watch Dogs, Saints Row 4 Looks When Played on 1973 TV

Have you ever imagined how Watch Dogs, Grand Theft Auto V, Saints Row 4 and Soul Calibur 5 will looks like when played on Xbox 360 on 1973 black and white TV?

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Hellsvacancy901d ago

Luckily I have an imagination and can assume what it looks like, nothing to see here (unless you have no imagination)

16bitNutritionist900d ago

Regardless if u can imagine it, it's still cool to actually see it...

Hellsvacancy900d ago

Really? "hay lets watch Avatar on a black/white tv, it's sooo cool" tis not cool

PeaSFor900d ago

why is this "article"(more like a futile blog) even exist anyway?

Dee_91900d ago

No full allowed here at N4G, only real gaming news and real rumors.

3-4-5900d ago

@hell - Pretty sure some of those were just faded colored tv's.

Utalkin2me900d ago

I bet Limbo would be cool on a 1973 TV =).

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16bitNutritionist900d ago

Sorry Master of "All what is cool"

iiorestesii900d ago

@ PeaSFor Well the article is more entertaining than your comment, anyway. The peanut gallery will always be a gallery.

iiorestesii900d ago

If you have an imagination and can assume, then why did you check?

Utalkin2me900d ago

Then why not just move on without commenting?

TheSaint900d ago

Maybe let people decide for themselves if there's anything to see, you sound a very dour person.

EZMickey900d ago

Damn, dude. Not every gaming related write-up will interest you. No need to be a buzz kill though. The appeal is there for many others.

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blue_cheese901d ago

pretty cool. some games would seem better this way, mainly indie and downloadable titles.

PCGamingNoobs901d ago

can't tell if looked bad because of the camera or the tv

CloudyAero900d ago

I bet Fallout 3 would look normal on it though. It'd match the setting haha.

The_Infected900d ago

The fact that the TV from 1973 is still working is more amazing than playing those games on it. Nothing last like it used to.

Ron_Danger900d ago

Yeah... But at least there's pills for that now...

iceman06900d ago

This is the first thought that I had as well. My grandmother had a TV from that era that lived up until she passed away. I bought a TV 6 years ago and it started to die in the 5th year. I honestly believe these things are reverse engineered to break so that we have to replace them. No tin foil hat!!! LOL

Mutant-Spud900d ago

Well in the 1970's when a TV broke you called the TV repair guy and he came to your house and fixed it or took it back to his shop and did the work.
We had this old Jewish guy in town who could fix anything, watches, TV's, blenders and he had one of those cool, dingy old shops with the banks of drawers for every little part, if you needed an element or a bulb or a valve for any obscure piece of equipment he usually had it.

iceman06900d ago

@Mutant-Spud...I understand that. What I am saying is that her TV actually worked the entire time. It was over 20 years old and about the only thing "broken" were the plastic nobs on the front. The TV itself was in fine, working condition. I can't say the same for my $600 doorstop.

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