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Gasp!!! Standard DEFINITION!!!!.

October 21, 2006

*used car salesman voice required for reading*

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Are you down about not being able to play Wii in HD?

Well fear not you HD etusiest, you can pay an extra $30 ($29.99 becuase Nintendo said they would not charge more than $30) YOU, yes YOU can play in “STANDARD DEFINITION” *dramatic echo*

480p to be exact. So now you can see your last gen graphics…a little bit clearer!!!!!!!!!!

Happy HD err, SD gaming to you.

Man I can’t believe this is news.

Frisby

Oh yeah…

CITED SOURCE HO!!!!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 24, 2006 12:06 pm

    Friz: 480p through component cables is nothing to sneeze at! I have the component cable for my GameCube, and let me tell you, when you switch to progressive scan, you can definitely tell the difference! Not only that, but don’t forget that most Wii games apparently will have widescreen format ratio available, which gives you a much better view of the game’s landscape. The GameCube titles with widescreen option were few and far between, but the ones that used it looked gorgeous.

    So, for me, this IS good news! Those of you who don’t have a widescreen TV or at least a TV with Enhanced mode, don’t need to worry about it… you won’t notice the difference until you see your game on one of those TVs through the special cable. So avoid that!

    Thanks for the tip!

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