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1. Posted: Sun 30th Oct 2011 10:11 GMT
I always use the smaller screen size with 3D on full, as I cant stand seeing the screen stretched.I've gotten into the habit of doing it so much I'll be opening the eShop while holding down Start >.<Do you guys like playing with the larger screen, or with the original size with a hint of 3D - Or does it depend on what you're playing?
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2. Posted: Sun 30th Oct 2011 16:39 GMT
I like the smaller screen size. Reminds me of GB Micro. And that was a much smaller screen.
3. Posted: Sun 30th Oct 2011 16:42 GMT
You can stretch the screen?
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4. Posted: Sun 30th Oct 2011 16:45 GMT
I'm sure you could try - but then you'd need to buy a new 3DS.I meant that the screen size of the VC games gets streched to fit the 3DS screen automatically, which makes it look more blurry.
5. Posted: Sun 30th Oct 2011 19:31 GMT
I prefer it large.
Bigger is better as they always say.
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6. Posted: Sun 30th Oct 2011 19:32 GMT
I prefer it large.Bigger is better as they always say.
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7. Posted: Mon 31st Oct 2011 06:09 GMT
its not actually stretched...there are black bars on the side....theres no reason to play it in the super small size with the gameboy console outline...unless for lols...and maybe a tiny smidge of sharpness..
8. Posted: Mon 31st Oct 2011 17:34 GMT
I suppose just scaled up is a better way to put it, but I still like it in its original size. I dont want pixels on a bigger scale 0.o
9. Posted: Wed 2nd Nov 2011 10:46 GMT
It's just a novelty, getting the resolution to be pixel perfect, and the green Brick Gameboy screen color. I used green at first to experience it in a retro way, but then I was like F-this, my first handheld was a gameboy pocket anyway.
I don't use the tiny screen either, but I probably would if they let us have a super gameboy like border for certain games instead of the gameboy border.
...though it does kind of give VC some 3D. just the screen though.
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10. Posted: Thu 3rd Nov 2011 13:40 GMT
I would never use the microscopic screen size. It's so small it's hard to see what's going on. And the peasoup green is too blurry for me.
I really like bigger size option: it makes the games look a bit "chunkier" which I love. And the black and white screen's so dreamy...
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11. Posted: Thu 3rd Nov 2011 14:00 GMT
I love the pixel-perfect small screen mode; I don't actually know how anyone can not use the small mode, given the horribly blurry scaled alternative.
Plus, it feels just like holding a little classic Game Boy. And the subtle 3D effect is perfect.
The only thing I don't turn on is that green color; in theory I like the idea, since I remember playing these games that way, but I think they kind of screwed up the implementation. It's too green. I remember the games being sort of a dark yellow with subtle green overtones, not full-on green like that. The problem is actually that they don't have a contrast control, and the default is so dark that you can't make out lighter pixels in the background.
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