How the HDTV killed rhythm action

Former NanaOn-Sha staffer Dewi Tanner on why display latency has spelt the end for big-screen performance gaming.

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jujubee882280d ago

No lag on that whatsoever! Of course, I am playing PSP rhythm games on it (since the biggest rhythm-typeish games arrive a bit later on this year).

I will need to test the back touch lag, because that seemed far below the 100ms latency threshold MS's reaserch team claimed was in modern day capacitive-touch sensors.

WeskerChildReborned2280d ago

Yea i loved rhythm games and i'll probably be playing them on my Vita.

Baka-akaB2280d ago (Edited 2280d ago )

This is pretty much why i stood with Low latency HDTVs like Panasonic's viera Plasma tvs .

But that's an outlandish claims anyway . Rythm games still works on such tvs , as seen with the Hatsune miku or guitar games .

If anything it's usually fighting games suffering the most from input lag . Most modern music games were quite lenient with the inputs

neoMAXMLC2280d ago

Oh my God, the Viera TVs are the best HDTVs I have ever used for music games.

creatchee2280d ago

I play 360 with PC connection and PS3 with HDMI and have no lag problems whatsoever, in rhythm games or otherwise.

MrKingofVideoGames2280d ago

Kick! Punch! its all in the mind...

neoMAXMLC2280d ago

If you wanna test me, I'm sure you'll find...

catch2280d ago

All they need is a calibration test in the options and they are set. Pretty poor excuse

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