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Does WE10 play faster on a widescreen tv?

Discussion in 'Winning Eleven' started by Goldenballs, 3 May 2006.

  1. Goldenballs

    Goldenballs Conference

    7 May 2003
    Does WE10 play faster on a widescreen tv?

    It seems too for me. I dont know why though, maybe because the picture is stretched so it appears the players are moving quicker. I have played it on a 24 inch normal tv and a 28inch widesreen and it feels like a different game. It feels a lot better on the 24" normal.

    Has anybody else expirienced this, or have I lost the plot?
     
  2. kapo_us

    kapo_us Guest

    You are absolutely right ! I frefer the faster one though, so i always play on my sony widescreen if i get the chance. Faster is more exiting because you have less time to think, so you must play more on feeling and you have to anticipate more.
     
  3. mathewsss

    mathewsss Champions League

    24 December 2002
    California, USA
    Liverpool FC
    I've noticed the same thing for WE9.
     
  4. ClassicD

    ClassicD Galáctico

    11 November 2001
    Glasgow
    Celtic
    Yeah I'm pretty sure it's not limited to WE10, if you play WE/PES in widescreen it's always faster, and it looks stretched too. I can't play on WS mode, gotta be 4:3 or a zoomed equivalent.
     
  5. TikTikTikTikTik

    TikTikTikTikTik *****

    7 August 2004
    Liverpool
    same here, widescreen 'seems' to play faster because the picture is stretched. Not sure which i prefer really
     
  6. Freetibet

    Freetibet Guest

    Guys I play the game in a 92" screen via a proyector.

    Myself and all my friend are f....freaked out!

    There is an increase in speed in comparison to 4:3 but we welcome it as the game is more dynamic.

    Cheers to all!!

    Dante
     
  7. solidDr

    solidDr Conference

    4 September 2003
    Jordan
    Hey guys this is basic physics: Speed = Distance/Time . Since the TV is stretched the distance that the player appears to travel is increased but he still travells that distance in the same time, so New Speed = Greater Ditance/ Same Time ----> Greater Speed !!!
     
  8. ReMad

    ReMad Non-League

    5 August 2005
    I think you are overdoing it , arent you ?

    I think it seems faster , but acctually may be the same
     
    Last edited: 6 May 2006
  9. Nick Cave

    Nick Cave Wrexham fan for my sins...

    10 July 2004
    Non football league waste land...
    Wrexham AFC
    I found the ballplay was getting bunched in the right hand side of the pitch untill I found my TV was on a tilt... straightend it up badda boom badda bing... sorted :-\"
     
  10. ayzee

    ayzee Conference

    4 July 2005
    Well explained!
     
  11. Loki1975

    Loki1975 Conference

    14 June 2003
    Glasgow
    Arsenal
    i platy on a sony wega 32 wide and its fast but better i think
     
  12. cigol

    cigol League 1

    14 August 2003
    How do you play it in widescreen in the first place? it doesn't support it for my TV it's in 4:3 still.
     
  13. foss

    foss League 2

    4 August 2003
    austin
    cigol you have to set the TV to stretch the 4:3 image to widescreen. usually a zoom or aspect ratio button on your tv. if u have a cheap TV you may not have the option :( but it would have to be a really sucky tv.
     
  14. cigol

    cigol League 1

    14 August 2003
    Well, it is a shitty TV but it nonetheless has the ability to stretch the image. I however do not like that as it means I'm playing in the wrong aspect ratio which is just plain wrong. There isn't a dedicated built in widescreen option which means playing in widescreen shouldn't even happen unless I'm mistaken.
     
  15. mazanga

    mazanga League 1

    12 October 2003
    Groningen, Holland
     

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