Discussion in '3DS/DS' started by ChiWolf☆™, Jun 27, 2012.
And your point is.....
The point is people who say it's a higher resolution are misinformed.
Alright..... Me and vader are just trying to have fun here
which goes back to my original question! Is it going to be more pixelated?!?
You told me the resolution was the same! Yes I knew this already! Then you basically said the pixels will be bigger thus making it more pixelated!
If the pixels are bigger then no.
If there are more pixels then yes.
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Now we just need to know which. I'll look it up...
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I can't find anything but i presume that there are more pixels.
I really doubt this.
Eh. You never know. They could make it be able to higher quality pictures but did they do that with the
NO, they didn't.
Exactly. Buuuutttttt, you never know.......
Until you get it.
You must be the type of person who thinks that bigger screens = higher resolution. First, go learn about pixels, pixel density, and resolution.
Okay, to put it simply, pixels can come in different sizes and are measured in pixel density. A pixel is nothing more than a single colour. A single LED. A single light. You could have a screen the size of a stadium at a 100x100 resolution (1000 pixels) or a tiny LCD screen on a watch with a 100x100 resolution and even though the two screen sizes are way bigger, there will be no stretching or scaling because they both have the same amount of pixels.
The DSI XL's Pixelization was worse than the DSI's
No, it wasn't.
Get your eyes checked.
I compared them SIDE-BY-SIDE.
dude get your head checked!!! What world are you living in!
No, Nintendo confirmed that the graphics won't be stretched out like the DSi Xl's was and is just the same resolution (sometimes better) as the 3DS. I read on some gaming site awhile ago, I forgot the name.
I knew that as well.
The DSi XL had the same resolution as the DSi, but was more pixelated because of a lower screen density. Supposedly Nintendo have applied some filter to reduce pixelation on the 3DSXL, but naturally it will be a bit more pixelated because of a lower screen density.
Yes, I know.
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