So, on every other console (region free or softmodded to be region free), if you load a PAL game you get PAL video output, if you load a NTSC game you get NTSC. Simple as that. Sometimes you have the option to force the game to load in the other format, sometimes this works flawlessly, sometimes it's glitchy. But if you don't actively force it, usually PAL games are PAL and NTSC games are NTSC. On the xbox I noticed that whatever format I set with "Enigmah Videomode Switchdisc" (an app that lets you switch between PAL-EEPROM and NTSC-EEPROM setting), any game will just output in that format, no matter the original region of the game. I prefer 480i 60Hz gaming to 576i 50Hz gaming, and I wanna play games at their original speed, so on most consoles I usually play NTSC games (even if I grew up with PAL games), but on the Xbox it looks like it doesn't matter, any game will just follow what "Enigmah" dictates. So if I set NTSC-EEEPROM, even PAL games load in NTSC (based on the banner "NTSC" that appears on my TV). What's really happening here? Is it just another way to "Force 60Hz" like on other consoles? Or are games natively built to work in both formats, no matter the region?