on 09-07-2012 08:15 PM
Again, only going by stuff I read on the Internet around E3 but they said they were going to make the PSone games fit the vita screen (widescreen)That is what was said but to guess that covers the NTSC version as we know most PAL version were never full screen.. When questioned if this would just be 4:3 aspect ratio stretched they never got an full answer so it's all a bit of a mystery just now.
They will also be supporting the analogue stick to map the D-pad (although I very much doubt the control will be proportional like true analogue).
The only way that would work is to replace all Psone classics with their NTSC counterparts i would have thought.
Not used to seeing you on this forum lowestformofwit, good to see you.
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09-07-2012 08:55 PM - edited 09-07-2012 08:57 PM
PS vita resolution is 960 × 544, All PSone games will still need upscale applied even if they use US versions to even fit with out a boarder on top or bottom.
on 29-08-2012 08:56 PM
download it onto ps3 then transfer it to vita
W1SE_CAT says the PS3 is no longer an option...
So wait a little while. Try again tomorrow. Hopefully it will be fixed quickly - most likely some errors crept into the meta-data files that accompany the games on the store. There are about ten or so affected PSOne games, including Final Fantasies 6, 7, 8 and 9.
on 29-08-2012 10:49 PM
hmmmm just tried crash bandicoot on vita and psp its better on vita
I've played it on my old psp and the screen could be adjusted to a few different settings, normal, full screen, original, etc.
Looked good on the psp screen, should hopefully look even better on vita.
It will look a lot worse.
The lower the quality of the screen the better for PSone titles.
Lower resolutions hide the flaws in the graphics.
Thats why PS3 users need Re-encodes for HDTV use.
CRT SDTV screens are required for PSone and PS2 titles. LCD screens are just to good and show up the graphics for how bad they realy were.
Thats why the PSP was perfect. Crap tiny screen perfect simulator of the CRT resolution.
Retro gamers even keep their PS1/PS2 wired up to an OLD CRT just for this reason.
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