Everything else seems fine so far but I swear there is a delay when jumping in Super Mario. The controls are not as responsive as on the nes. --- Wii U: kuebel33 - Wii: 8877 3660 6443 4949 - XboxLive, psn, & Steam: DirtiestQBizzy 3DS: Q : 2449-4627-4540 | playing: KZ, AC4, Knack, SM3DW, DR3, CoD:G
Yeah, I saw a couple miiverse posts in the game stating the same thing. And it can't be my tv since I was playing with the gamepad. Input lag has always been a problem for me when playing classic games on newer systems. I wish Nintendo could have accounted for that. --- 3DS friend code: 1075-0729-0396 Currently Playing: Othello, Dominos, Chinese Checkers
I didnt want to post about it, in fear of seeing flame post about how bad I am and all, but yes, I'm playing Off-Tv on my Gamepad, and to get a lot of Rainbow 3-Stars, I had to adjust myself and jump less than half a second before I would actually press it. It's really minimal, but for a game that is the base of our gamer DNA for many of us (I'm 31), you totally notice the small lag.
For now, it's only on Super Mario that I'm noticing it though, it's really a shame. I'm glad I can finally talk about it, seeing I'm not the only one in the end.
PS: I double-checked on my 3DS VC Super Mario Bros to see if I was crazy, but no, there's no problem on the 3DS VC, the response is automatic there, so it's really a clear little lag in NES Remix. Like I said, nothing you cannot adjust to, but it's still really sad :( --- My 3DS digital games collection: http://backloggery.com/drac_mazoku
There is no lag in the game, your HD TV is the problem. I know that because I have the same problem. The solution: play on your gamepad or on a old tv --- 3DS: 3007-8129-8828 -- Wii: 1829 5338 0929 8987 ACCF1977-5312-3357 Mario Kart Wii: 3523-2619-9721
Did you read past the first post? I'm experiencing lag problem on my Gamepad, and I did the direct comparison with the 3DS VC version of Super Mario Bros 1 to see if I was crazy. Works perfectly on the VC, on NES remix you need to adjust less than half a second.
It's not much, but it's really there and you notice it when you try to speed run and do your jump at the last moment near the edge and just fall to your death. Like I said, I adjusted, but for all the time I've played the original Super Mario Bros (I'm 31 and first played Super Mario when I was 5 or 6), it's the first time I had to actually account for a small delay. And I repeat, this was on the gamepad directly.
Now that I'm seeing more and more report on this from people playing on the GAMEPAD, I'm glad to see I'm not alone and crazy. The best test would just be to do like me and open the 2 games at the same time and press A to jump at the exact same time. Except if you have terrible timing, you should see the delay right away on NES remix. --- My 3DS digital games collection: http://backloggery.com/drac_mazoku