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1080i display dropping when game played

I have a high end LCD HDtv that supports 1080i easy and my PS3 set to display at 1080i and it plays my games fine but when ever i put Moble Suit Gundam Cross Fire in to play it reverts to 720p

Can this game realy be played at 1080i or is the spec. and the game company just telling lies

Its says it can be played at 1080i but its not playing at 1080i

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  • unkoolkid Mar 22, 2009

    i have the exact same problem as daiken43241 except that for me its the game Assassin's Creed.

    I have brand new 42''in,LCD,HD, sharp that can play 1080p. In fact, when i turn on my ps3 the box in the right hand corner comes up and says "video 1080p". Then as soon as i put AC into the ps3 and it starts up, it automatically goes back to "video 720p". ITS REALLY ANNOYING because the BEST part of assassin's creed are the amazing in game graphics at 1080i. But for me the game looks like Fallout 3... 720p..not cool =[ .


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I hope this might help
http://hdgames.net/
its got a list of most of the games out its just the case of finding then just search for the game and then itll tell you if the game is able to run in 1080i or you could just have a look a t the back of the case and it might be able to tell you there

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