psparky27 wrote:I'm with you on this one dr terror.I don't understand why it bugs people if there are black bars?
Aye, I had this conversation recently on rllmuk as ys: the oath in felghana was released without proper widescreen support and was just stretching the games image if you chose a 16:9 aspect ratio
Minor complaint, the game is 4:3 and stretches horribly when run in widescreen.
1280x960 windowed is the best option I reckon if you're at 1920x1080. Correct aspect ratio and nice and crisp.
Loving the combat in this
I'm playing it 1080p, but then I never was particularly fussy about stuff like that.
Hehe, aye my friend is the same. Everytime I go round he's watching "friends", 4:3 stretched horizontally across his 16:9 telly.
You can always tell whether it's one of the earlier or later episodes judging by how thin the women are and how fat the men are.
At his gaff, it's anyone's guess. They all just look like jabba the hut.
WRONG! WRONG! Right
I can understand things like the above, but in a fantasy game I'd say it's not really comparable in that sense given you're only really looking at super deformed avatars most of the time anyway.
Aye, it's just personal preference.
I prefer to see the game as the artists intended. I think it looks better though I can understand people wanting their whole screen filled.
original - http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14326828/ys%2043.jpg
stretched - http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14326828/ys%20169.jpgI prefer to see the game as the artists intended.
Sorry, just realised how twatty that sounds. That wasn't meant to come across quite so sniffy and condescending I think you can see in those pictures above that it does look distorted. It's worse in movement when the screen is scrolling, loads of fat houses floating around like whales