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1. Posted: Tue 7th Jan 2014 14:26 GMT
I recently bought Super Mario Bros. 3 and A Link to the Past on the Wii U VC. I play these games mostly on the GamePad without any problem but I tried them both on the TV and the picture is weird. It's like watching an FMV sequence on a really old PC that can't keep up. Hopefully some of you will get what I mean by that.
Like I said, it's fine on the GamePad so it's not too much a problem. I've not noticed the issue on NES Remix or games where I have the actual physical copy.
Is it something to do with the version they've used? 50Hz / 60Hz, for example? I'm don't understand all of that to be honest so it's only a thought that occurred to me.
Not that I'm hoping anyone else has the issue, but just checking to see if anyone has experienced anything similar?
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2. Posted: Tue 7th Jan 2014 14:41 GMT
Your best bet is in finding out if your TV has a so called game mode. If so turn it on and try the games again. The picture might not be as crisp anymore but it should run a lot more smoothly.
You might also want to try switching off any picture enhancements and fiddle around with the motion options on your TV. Hope that helps.
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3. Posted: Tue 7th Jan 2014 14:43 GMT
I'll give that a go, thanks. But would it make a difference if the problem doesn't seem to occur on other games?
Edited on Tue 7th January, 2014 @ 14:43 by ROBLOGNICK
4. Posted: Tue 7th Jan 2014 14:55 GMT
I guess it's because you're used to these games being lag free. I'm testing a few TV's atm and for the most recent games i don't have to use the game mode since the lag isn't bad enough to make the game unplayable. It could be alright in Kirby's Adventure too for example, but i'm used to a 100 % lag free experience with that game so that might make the difference.
5. Posted: Fri 10th Jan 2014 11:43 GMT
I can't see a "game" option on my TV though that does surprise me as it's only a two year old Samsung 3D Smart TV. I'll have to dig the instructions out. I was playing Super Mario Bros. 3 the evening after I posted this and the juddering wasn't there any more but then playing A Link Between Worlds last night the game started with the juddery picture but it improved as I continued playing. There must be some sort of interference with something I think though I can't imagine what it might be.
6. Posted: Fri 10th Jan 2014 12:14 GMT
Quite sure you mean A Link to the Past. So it could indeed have something to do with it being in 50Hz (European version) whereas SMB3 is in 60Hz on the Wii U VC.
Or maybe it has something to do with the TV. My old one acted up when there was too much clear white on the screen, so i guess they can behave in a strange way too.
If you can tell me what model your TV is exactly i'll also take a short look into the manual if i find the time.
Edited on Fri 10th January, 2014 @ 12:14 by alLabouTandroiD
7. Posted: Fri 17th Jan 2014 15:11 GMT
Fix your TV settings and problem resolved.
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