Play PS2 in high-def

CVG test a new product from Xploder that enables PS2 to pump out a high-def signal, making its games look super crisp on HDTV

Normally, when hooked up to a HDTV the PS2 would produce a hideously blurry picture. But the Xploder HDTV Player disc fixes this problem, allowing you to play any PS2 game in pin-sharp resolutions.
For those who are on their tech-speak, this disc allows you to put the PS2 into 480p, 576p, 720p and 1080i modes. That's high-res, for the techno newbies out there. It also includes VGA support, so you can hook your PS2 up to a PC monitor.

All you do is plonk the CD into the PS2 and up pops a menu screen. Set your desired resolution, insert your game and off you go. We tested it with two Sony HDTVs, both running OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast. With the HDTV Player pre-loaded on one PS2, the difference was immediately noticeable. We're talking Xbox 360 sharpness, and absolutely no effect on frame-rates at all.

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Antan5906d ago

HHMM, reading on the official Xploder site it appears C+VG have not gone into full detail.

Arkham5906d ago

Early reports were that emulated games were going to be upscaled to some degree on the PS3. Here's hoping...

D3acon5894d ago

I find that interesting, upscaling to 1080 with just a disk. Wonder what the microsoft fan boys are going to say about this?