As many of you are probably aware, the PS2 versions of these (Heroes/Riders/Shadow) games aren't exactly the best. Let's just ignore the Xbox for a minute, and say that the GameCube versions are the best graphically. The PS2 versions however, allow you to use Japanese voices, unlike the GameCube versions. So, that brings me to my question.
If you mashed those together, you think you'd get the Xbox version, right? Storage space and voice options of the PS2, but graphics of the GC. Problem is, nobody I've talked to can confirm this, and I don't own the Xbox versions of any of these games (only PS2 and GC) to check for myself.
For reference, it looks like this on the PS2:
In any other version (Except the Xbox version because I can't confirm that ), the "Sound" option isn't there. PC included, as it was distributed on two CD-ROMs.
So, can somebody who has an Xbox (or Xbox compatible 360) and one of these games take a look at the options and tell me what's there? If there are no language options, it may be a matter of changing the console's system language, so try that too!... please ;_;
Although that would just confirm the language side of things. I'm also wondering whether all of the graphical traits from the GameCube versions made it over. For instance, in the sand whatever level in Riders, there's a distortion effect over the screen to simulate the heat. It's right at the start of the level, just past the archway leading outside. It's not present in the PS2 version, and I can't confirm for the PC version, as I don't have it. If somebody could confirm that too, that'd be great (more specifically for the Xbox version).