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Were you thinking that you could put off purchasing one of the spiffy HD DVD or Blu-ray players by recycling your old PS2 player with Xploder's PS2 HDTV player? Think again. According to CNET, the piece of software comes with a nice component cable but besides that, it doesn't do much. Sure, it outp

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March 21, 2007 at 11:57AM
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While there's plenty of options for upscaling all those non-HD DVDs you're not ready to give up just yet, there's not a whole lot you can do to improve how your collection of past-gen video games look on your spiffy HDTV, apart from simply using a good component cable. Video game accessorizer Xplode

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We were skeptical about Xploder's HDTV Game Player package for the PS2 back when it was first announced, and IGN's review has done nothing to convince us otherwise. The kit includes a disc that must be inserted every time the PS2 is hard-booted, component cables, and manual to enable setting your PS

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We're not quite sure what is so HD about 480p upconverted DVDs, but Xploder has followed up its HDTV Game Player for PS2 announcement with the the HDTV Movie Player for PS2. While we took the news that a set of component cables and a memory card setting could suddenly improve the resolution of your

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We don't know how we feel about this one. Xploder claims that their device will turn your non-HD Playstation 2 games into high-def via its HDTV Game Player software. This piece of software is installed onto a users memory card and somehow that allows all those 480i games you have laying around to be

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