Wii - Widescreen...

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by MrKuenning, Nov 4, 2007.

Nov 4, 2007

Wii - Widescreen... by MrKuenning at 9:43 AM (832 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. MrKuenning
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    Does anyone else think that the Wii sucks at widescreen? The games look worse. But more importantly the wiimote curser is laggy...

    I was playing wiiplay on the duck/balloon shooter...

    I can get almost everyone of them on 4:3 but on 9:16 the remote is slow, and laggy. I thought at first it was because the tv was bigger, but since I have tried various tvs and widescreen just doesnt work well on anygame.

    I play 4:3 streched on a widescreen tv and it playes much better. Its not just my Wii eigther.

    I wonder how many people just think they suck at a game, and they have never tried full screen settings.
     
  2. ridgecity

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    I use a panasonic 42 plasma with the component cables and have no problems. are you outputting progressive scan?

    never heard of anyone having that problem...
     
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    Im not saying it doesnt work. I'm saying it works like 3x better not on widescreen.
     
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    Well, my wiimote cursor isn't laggy when I sit in FRONT of the TV. I always use widescreen, and it works as it's supposed to.
     
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    9:16? You mean 16:9 right cause thats TV Widescreen.. Monitor Widescreens are 16:10.
     

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