What are some oldschool videogames that I can play in 16:9 and/or 480p60?
You need a 32 bit Windows for widescreen support and backwards compatibility but it runs at arbitrary resolutions.
>Pretending the sticky ever meant anything on this board
It did, fuck off.
>Pretending the sticky is law
From Mewt's mouth itself, which will was passed on to Hirotomo.
>Pretending a 1999 cutoff ever made any sense
It does, fuck off.
Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition has widescreen support
I think pretty much any game based on the Quake engine or derivatives supports widescreen resolution although you might have to set it manually through game files. Doom ports also support widescreen.
I have no idea what I'm looking at
PSX wide-screen was accomplished by having the console render a 16:9 image, it's then up to the TV to stretch it. Most TVs of that time had a 4:3 or 16:9 option in the menus of the TV itself.
Also, Gran Turismo 2 on PSX.
>Shitposting pissbaby detected.
>says the guy that spams threads because he can't get his way and talk about PS2 here
NEVER EVER BITCH! HAHAHAHHAHA
I think the rules are fine as they are but honestly I'm starting to change my mind because this child is such a dick in every thread. If changing the rules will get autistic assholes like this to finally shut up, then it's totally worth it.
You're ruining your cause, anon.
This. I support the rules as well but I've seen more shitposting and whining from people that profess to agree with me. I'm honestly at the point where I could see 6th gen being beneficial to this board.
Drakan:Order of the Flame
(sorry if not enogh oldschool)
The first two Darius games had a widescreen display by stitching 3 screens together.
that's insanely cool
Masterjun did a lua script to realistically synthesize the missing edges to form a 16:9 viewport. Still far from perfect and as far as I understand, still works only with SMW, but I'm confident our children will see SNES emulators with 16:9 hacks
There is no widescreen standard. Anything wider than 1.37:1 is widescreen.
1.85:1 is common for movies but so is 2.35:1.
The most common for retro games is 16:10 because it was used by various computer systems.
Op specifically asked for 16:9.