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Xbox 360 Games That Should Get Enhanced For Xbox One X Next After The Recent Update

ThisGenGaming says "One of the best additional features of the Xbox One X is the upgrades that Xbox 360 games can get from it. Here's a few Xbox 360 titles that we would like to see get that treatment next."

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Auron203d ago

Honestly all of them that are bc already shluld recieve a patch... but id love to Lost Odyssey, Blue Dragon, enslaved Odyssey to the West, condemned criminal Origins, Star Ocean and Tails of valkyria to name a few...

traumadisaster203d ago

It would be nice, btw condemned and enslaved on 4kpc are great.

Darkwatchman203d ago

I own both a PS4 pro and an Xbox One X and well, star ocean got a proper remaster on pc and ps4 with visual settings that can even be tweaked on the console version so i’d Rather just play star ocean on a PS4 Pro(which has native 4K as one of the delectable resolutions) than a backwards compatible 4K version.

TheCommentator203d ago

I'd rather be able to play the games I already own with free enhancements than have to pay more for a native 4K remaster simply because there's no choice. Besides, I doubt the difference between a 360 game in Native 4K and one upconverted from 720p (9x pixels) with both the original AA and X1's on top of that would look much different.

I know that they're upscaled, but is there a video of an X1 enhanced 360 title that doesn't look like native 4K to you? To me the differences are night and day between the originals and the X1 enhanced videos, and I don't see any artifacts that suggest the 1X isn't producing a clean 4K image. There's almost certainly going to be less difference between a 1x enhanced 360 game and a Native 4K remaster than there is between Pro and 1X versions of current gen games, and those have to be compared side by side to see the differences.

A remake, on the other hand, is something that makes more sense to for me to buy again, but to each their own.

Darkwatchman203d ago (Edited 203d ago )

@commentator, I was just playing Doom 3 BFG on Xbox One X the other day and let me tell you, after the crystal clarity of Skate 3 which was X enhanced, I COULD EASILY tell I was dealing with a sub 1080p image with Doom 3. It’s got soft image quality and doesn’t look great despite its relatively low quality assets which you might think wouldn’t benefit from high resolutions, but I guarantee it would. There’s only so much upscaling can do. It looks meh.

Edit: wait, I’m reading your comment multiple times and I’m a little confused by what you’re saying. Not sure I understood perfectly, actually.

I think one of the things you’re talking about that I’m getting is about the difference between a 1X enhanced game and a 4K remaster compared to the same game on ps4 pro and Xbox one x and you said that even those need to be compared side by side to see the difference. Oh hell no.

I’ve played some demos and games on ps4 pro then jumped onto the One X versions after getting the One X like Fortnite, Wolfenstein 2, The Evil Within 2, etc...and the difference was night and day. I didn’t even need to switch screens to notice. The second I began looking at the screen on the Xbox One X for all those games I immediately noticed a big visual jump that didn’t require me looking at the game side by side or switching HDMI outs on the same scene to compare. It’s a huge difference for the games that aren’t lazy.

I did even test out he Metal Gear Survive Beta and the Xbox One X version looks so much sharper than the PS4 pro version. Same thing with Dragonball FighterZ Beta/Demo.

TheCommentator203d ago

You were saying you'd rather pay for a remaster in native 4K than get the X enhancement for free, which to me doesn't seem to be a good value since their image quality is nearly identical. My point was, "To me the differences are night and day between the originals and the X1 enhanced versions, and I don't see any artifacts that suggest the 1X isn't producing a clean 4K image." One very similar to native 4K, IMO.

You said, "...let me tell you, after the crystal clarity of Skate 3 which was X enhanced, I COULD EASILY tell I was dealing with a sub 1080p image with Doom 3."

I think we're talking about the same things, TBH, but my OP wasn't very clear. Sorry about that!

tucky203d ago

Ninja gaiden 2 .... pleeeeeaaaase
Virtua fighter 5 and soulcalibur 5

maybelovehate203d ago

Yeah, Ninja Gaiden 2 is a must. The other two meh haha.

zaherdab203d ago (Edited 203d ago )

red dead redemption .. that alone will make the xbox one x worth buying
the latest patch i think is a preparation to have some features that can be turned on and off from the emulator side such as increased resolution in any game with being able to turn off 4k mode in non enhanced games i would assume they would allow to bump resolution in non enhanced games