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01-05-04, 01:18 PM
Just got a Widescreen TV for Christmas...and had to get the Component Cable for my Cube...I have some questions and would appreciate the help!

Are there any other games that are Progessive Scan enabled but don't say it on the box (like Mario Kart DD for example?)

Do all EA games that are Progessive Scan simply stretch to fit 16:9 like NFS: Underground (or am I doing something wrong)?

Any suggestions on great Progessive Scan games (already have Zelda, Metroid, Soul Calibur)?


01-05-04, 01:20 PM
i believe every First Party Nintendo Title is progressive Scan compatible. At least every one since 2002 anyway.

01-05-04, 01:24 PM
Most games for GC that I have seen are not 16:9, but they are mostly progressive. Just hold down B when you start the system up and it should ask you if you want to switch it. It even goes to progressive when I use my Gameboy Player.

01-05-04, 01:26 PM
Starfox Adventures is a good progressive scan game.

01-05-04, 01:32 PM
Here's a list I stole from the HTF Video Game Software forum:

Gamecube Title Sound 480p 16:9
007: Agent Under Fire No No
007: Nightfire DPL II Yes Yes
All Star Baseball 2002 No No
All Star Baseball 2003 No No
Animal Crossing Yes No
Batman: Vengeance No No
Beach Spikers Yes No
Biohazard / Resident Evil No No
Bloodrayne No No
Bomberman Generation No No
Bounty Hunter DPL II Yes No
Burnout Yes Yes
Burnout 2 DPL II Yes Yes
Dead to Rights No Yes
Die Hard: Vendetta Yes Yes
Disney's Magical Mirror Starring Mickey Mouse Yes No
Eternal Darkness DPL II Yes Yes
Extreme G 3 No No
Fifa Soccer 2002 No Yes
F-Zero GX Yes No
Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters Melee DPL II Yes No
Harry Potter & The Sorceror's Stone No No
Home Run King Yes No
Ikargua (there is a sideways 4:3 view) Yes No
Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time Yes No
Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker DPL II Yes No
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers DPL II No No
Lost Kingdoms Yes No
Luigi's Mansion Yes No
Madden 2002 Yes Yes
Madden 2003 Yes Yes
Mario Golf DPL II Yes No
Mario Kart: Double Dash DPL II Yes No
Mario Party Yes No
Metroid Prime DPL II Yes No
Minority Report: Everybody Runs DPL II No Yes
NASCAR Dirt To Daytona DPL II Yes Yes
Nascar Thunder 2003 Yes Yes
NBA 2K2 No No
NBA 2k3 Yes Yes
NBA Courtside 2002 No No
NBA Street Vol. 2 DPL II No Yes
NCAA Football 2003 Yes Yes
NCAA Football 2004 Yes Yes
NHL Hitz No No
Phantasy Star Online DPL II Yes No
Pikmin Yes No
Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc DPL II No Yes
Resident Evil 0 No No
Sega Soccer Slam Yes No
Smuggler's Run Warzones Yes No
Sonic Mega Collection No No
Spider Man No No
SSX Tricky No Yes
Star Wars: Rogue Leader DPL II Yes No
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron III DPL II Yes No
StarFox Adventures DPL II Yes Yes
Super Mario Sunshine DPL II Yes No
Super Monkey Ball No No
Super Monkey Ball 2 Yes Yes
Super Smash Bros. Melee Yes No
The Simpson's Road Rage No No
Timesplitters 2 No No
Tony Hawk 3 No No
Vexx DPL II Yes No
Wave Race: Blue Storm Yes No
Wrestlemania X8 No No

01-05-04, 01:42 PM
Thanks for the help!
My T.V automatically stretches Proggesive Scan games to fit the screen...graphics are sharp...but the image is clearly stretched...

In Need for Speed Underground, it looks like I could get eight people in the backseat of my car....

01-05-04, 02:04 PM
tidwell, does your TV stretch pictures from your progressive scan DVD player to fit the screen?

Some TV manufacturers designed their sets so that when they receive a progressive scan signal, it automatically locks into widescreen mode. That can be a problem sometimes because not all progressive scan pictures are supposed to be widescreen, whereas all high-def pictures are. According to the ATSC standards, anyway.

Breakfast with Girls
01-05-04, 10:50 PM
That list is wrong. F-Zero GX has an in-game option to switch to widescreen mode.

Which is pretty sweet when traveling at 650 miles per hour.

01-05-04, 11:04 PM
Originally posted by Breakfast with Girls
That list is wrong. F-Zero GX has an in-game option to switch to widescreen mode.

Which is pretty sweet when traveling at 650 miles per hour.

Yep, that's true, I also used that option. *Gulp* ... don't shoot the messenger!

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