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Superscope 6 issue, i shoot the first screen to sight in, then on the second screen where i confirm my target it freezes. i thought it was the game, went out and bought another cartridge, but the same thing happened. any thoughts? i tried it on my 50" plasma 1080p tv. i do not think this is the issue???

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Its your tv. dont work with new flat screen tv's. i had same problem, use with old crt tv - works fine

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It's the console.

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

  • chrisman99
    chrisman99 Jun 18, 2012

    this is BS

  • Nicholas Lemarr
    Nicholas Lemarr Jun 18, 2012

    This is incorrect. There are a multitude of videos showing that the game works perfectly with new televisions. I can attest to this. Don't let this person's ignorance affect your decision-making.

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