Wikipedia says 60fps and at a high resolution, is that true?

#1Kashtan357Posted 1/21/2010 7:19:11 PM
Just curious if there is any proof of this
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#2EsplanadePosted 1/22/2010 10:38:45 AM
I'm reasonably certain that the 60fps part is true, but don't really know about the high resolution bit.
#3noidentityPosted 1/22/2010 8:55:32 PM
Funny to see these boards in the top 10 and I JUST bought this game not too long ago. I've had my Saturn for a couple years now and finally got around to buying this. I still can't figure out the pattern of the AI. If you guys have any good tips please share.
#4Kashtan357(Topic Creator)Posted 1/23/2010 4:07:59 PM
The game is very responsive and fast, but I would have guessed 30fps. Maybe the animation is throwing me off or something since there probably isn't a high amount of frames per animation, which makes it look a little choppy.

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#5EsplanadePosted 1/23/2010 5:42:30 PM
I seem to recall magazines back in the day saying that it ran at 60Hz, but it's not really something I could personally verify.
#6noidentityPosted 1/23/2010 11:40:10 PM
It runs at 60Hz in all NTSC regions and runs 50Hz in PAL regions. We're talking about frames per second.
#7EsplanadePosted 1/24/2010 1:07:27 PM
Sorry, I got my terms mixed up. I meant 60 frames per second.
#8Kashtan357(Topic Creator)Posted 1/24/2010 2:02:33 PM
That is pretty impressive, I don't understand why they were able to nail this Model 2 conversion so well, but other games like Daytona USA were soooo bad. I guess a 1 on 1 fighter is easier to work with than a racing game with multiple cars and a full 3D environment. Can anybody figure out the resolution? I doubt it was at 640x480, but was it higher than 320x240?

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#9EsplanadePosted 1/31/2010 12:36:17 AM
Well, here's an example of a magazine from that era(the UK's Maximum) stating that the game runs at 60fps.
#10Kashtan357(Topic Creator)Posted 1/31/2010 3:34:42 PM
Wow excellent find! Although at the bottom it says the Japanese pre-ordered 1.5 million copies. I wonder how true that is. It did sell over a million, but those kind of pre-orders make it seem like it would've sold 3 million easily over time hehe.

Also, I have been watching videos of this game, Tekken 2, and some more recent games like vf5. It really seems like they all run at 60fps. Obviously vf5 is at 60fps, but I never would've thought the older Saturn and PS1 games ran at 60fps. (I am just guessing about Tekken 2 since it looks so smooth)
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