So it says Balloon Fight can run in 1080p

#1promo123Posted 1/28/2013 9:16:59 PM
I know it's not going to make it look fantastic, it's still an NES game, but does it actually make the game look aright on an HD TV? How does it look compared to actually playing an NES on an HD TV? I'm not expecting a huge difference, but I'm curious. I'll probably get it tomorrow, it's only 30 cents after all.
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#2Toadster9001Posted 1/28/2013 9:18:08 PM
Where does it say that? Because the ROM dump in question looks worse than the NES original.
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#3promo123(Topic Creator)Posted 1/28/2013 9:21:00 PM
In the eShop after you click on More Details in Balloon Fight, click on Details at the top. If you scroll down it should be there under Supported Functions.
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#4strongo9Posted 1/28/2013 9:21:49 PM
It's just upscaled.
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#5Baha05Posted 1/28/2013 9:21:57 PM
Toadster9001 posted...
Where does it say that? Because the ROM dump in question looks worse than the NES original.


3DS version FTW
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#6MARl0Posted 1/28/2013 9:30:07 PM
It looks pretty bad actually. Much worse than on the Wii VC. The Wii U VC version looks unbelievably blurry. I don't know what they did to it, but it's seriously bad.
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#7FuzzyJelloPosted 1/28/2013 10:16:55 PM
strongo9 posted...
It's just upscaled.


And now the VC needs an anti-aliasing option; if it works that way it does with emulators that would actually solve the problem almost perfectly.

It'd also be a somewhat legit reason to upgrade games, since it's something Nintendo genuinely could not have done anything about on the Wii.