Dude, can anyone recommend a xbox lightgun that works with a rear projection HDTV?

FormFactorFormFactor At the core of forgotten
edited July 2003 in Gaming
Any info would be apreciated.



  • FormFactorFormFactor At the core of forgotten
    edited June 2003
    nobody has any experience in this area?

    that sux :(, I have a lightgun on the Dreamcast, but it does not work at all on my tv cause its a rear projection.

    anyone experienced this problem?
  • PyobliEPyobliE UK
    edited July 2003
    I shouldnt think any lightguns will work on a rear projection TV will they? If will struggle to get a signal back of your TV.

    Tell you what, I will swap u for my TV, and then you can buy any lightgun, ok? :D
  • FormFactorFormFactor At the core of forgotten
    edited July 2003
    hmm...let me think about for a minute...
  • FormFactorFormFactor At the core of forgotten
    edited July 2003
    K thaught about it.

    how bout NO! :)

    but in my experience most lightguns do not work on the rear projection :( they work fine on my regular tv.
  • drowddrowd Texas
    edited July 2003
    hmmm, i dont really know anything about the lightguns for xbox. never really been an interest for me. the only gun i have even heard about is one that mad catz makes that the folks that made house of the dead III recommend. hope that helps . . .
  • EnverexEnverex Worcester, UK Icrontian
    edited July 2003
    That one will work.....


    Mad Catz has improved upon the Xbox controller gun released in the U.S. to support your HDTV.
    Auto-fire/auto-reload, Shotgun, and Burst firing modes
    Works with all compatible light gun games
    Intense vibration feedback for added realism
    Use a memory card like ammo for fast game saves
    Heavy-duty trigger mechanism stands up to white-knuckle play
    Rubberized grip for ultimate gun control

    Searched around and that seems to be the only HDTV compat one.

  • CycloniteCyclonite Tampa, Florida Icrontian
    edited July 2003
    Just because it's HDTV compatible doesn't mean it's rear-projection compatible... ;)
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