The attraction in this video is that players of the new version of Sonic CD can switch from old-school graphics to a polished high-res version with the tap of a button.
Very in depth article... ;P
the change was minimal
LOL Are you blind? Did you see the triangles at the bottom? They were completely smooth until he switch it and they became jagged as hell.
In motion it was tougher to tell the difference. Why you would want to turn on low-res, I don't know. Yeah, yeah, "nostalgia". Remember when VG graphics sucked, kids? "YEAAY!!!"
I think VINNIEPAZ is joking...
@Silent- if you grew up with gaming then graphics didnt suck,usually. but to start gaming in the 2000s and then play older shit then yea theyre ugly as hell. all graphics kept getting better as time went on, kinda like now.
one of the best Sega CD games ever kids.
One of the best Sonic games ever!
That and the first Mortal Kombat it was THE best home version of the game hands down
Didn't change much once in HD, but finally product might look better. The person seem to know how to get past the loop, press up on the pad and hit the A or X (Which ever it is) and it should to his super 8 run (Sorry can't remember what it was called).
that's probably the input lag of the TV, it happens to me all the time when I play older games on my new Samsung. Samsung does that to make you pay more for the 120hz and 240hz sets but is not that noticeable on current-gen games because of the motion blur effects on newer games. The funny thing is that I have an old ass Panasonic HDtv from 2005 and it doesn't does that yet newer TV sets does it.
Probably because your old Panasonic tv is plasma and thus isn't hindered by the 60 hz framerate.
During the demo they tell you to press R1 and R2, but in the same breath talk about the Xbox version.
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