gtt wrote:this is not "up scaling" in the sense that everyone means. this is simple doubling. there is no smoothing or post processing done to make it look better at higher res. It's like zooming in with paint. versus bi-linear filtering in photoshop.
marsbarrow wrote:I don't believe everyone will be or is experiencing the same resolution/aspect ratios that are listed above. It all depends on the TV settings and manufacturer. Some televisions allow certain images and resolutions to be displayed at different aspect ratios than others. Wii has a wide screen setting/480p mode and that should translate just fine to an HD widescreen resolution on most televisions.
hergipotter wrote:Developing a perfect Wii emulator for WiiU also costs money...
But i guess you're right, development of an emulator only costs once whereas the additional hardware costs per console. Although the Wii hardware has to be really cheap by now.
ladida wrote:I can't imagine that Nintendo implemented anything better than in my Samsung TV, so I might set ist to 480p. Will give it a try when it's out in Europe.
Chased wrote:@DeAngelo Guillory
Ummm...Hate to break it to you but no, it isn't. If it doesn't have AA, it is not upscaled.