If Zelda Wind Waker HD's maximum resolution is only 720p, would you still buy it

#31ImGanondorfLolPosted 1/27/2013 5:41:36 PM
I didn't think anyone was expecting WW HD to be 1080p.. Considering NSMBU was 720 and it's a 2D game that's hardly demanding.
#32Awesomely Awesome AJPosted 1/27/2013 6:21:24 PM
If Wind Waker Reborn is in 720p then I'll buy FIVE copies and break four over my forehead. That'll show Nintendo that I mean business
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#33Xcalibur02Posted 1/27/2013 6:25:22 PM
Why does the difference between 720p and 1080p matter so much?

Resolution doesn't matter if the anti-aliasing is ****.
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#34DarthFloatyPosted 1/27/2013 6:30:07 PM
Yep. Hell, I'd buy a 480p version with updated visuals for godsake, so 720p will be just fine.
#35thealmightydibPosted 1/27/2013 6:43:24 PM
no because I dont plan on dropping $60 on a remake anyway
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#36Ryan SiPosted 1/27/2013 7:15:38 PM
It would be pretty cheap and lazy of Nintendo to max it out at 720P.
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#37SkyCrackersPosted 1/27/2013 8:41:13 PM
Xcalibur02 posted...
Why does the difference between 720p and 1080p matter so much?

Resolution doesn't matter if the anti-aliasing is ****.


If you push the resolution high enough, you will get rid of all perceptible jaggies. An 8k image with no AA will look flawless, a 240p image with 600xAA will look like crap.
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#38Darth_PaulPosted 1/30/2013 8:02:05 AM
considering that the WiiU has about the same power as a PS3/X360, an considering that those 2 consoles cant handle 1080 very well (only a few downloadable titles run at that resolution), no one can expect a normal game to run more than 720p on the WiiU (maybe the more simpler games can, but a normal one will never run at more than 720p on this machine. Fact)

That said, i prefer a game runn9ng at 720p/60fps, than a game running at 1080/30fps. The majority of people dont even have 1080 HDTV's, yet for some strange reason they want a 1080 signal... and in the case that they do have a HDTV that has that kind of resolution, they sit so far away from their set,that the increased resolution is lost on their eyes

see this image:
http://img1.lesnumeriques.com/images/image-up/Graph_recul%281%29.jpg
#39Darth_PaulPosted 1/30/2013 8:46:01 AM
regarding my post above, here i found a image that better explains the relationship between distance and screen resolution (this time in english):

http://www.clamcamvideo.com/Other/View_chart.png
#40The_HyphenatorPosted 1/30/2013 8:48:00 AM
Sure. If those screenshots are anything to go by, the game still looks gorgeous.

Resolution is honestly the least important visual aspect of a game to me. I'm more interested in things like framerate, lighting effects, textures, etc. As long as a game is, at minimum, in 720p, I don't really have a problem with it.