#1 Posted by pirofyre978 -
You might say it's just my Wii, but I've Googled this and other people have reported seeing the same thing. One guy sent his Wii into Nintendo and got it back saying nothing's wrong, so I don't know what the issue really is but it doesn't seem to be defective hardware. I have Mario 64 and OoT and neither of them have this problem, so if it was the Wii it should be happening to all my games, I would think. It must be just that some games are not as compatible as others, and SF64 seems to be one of those, unfortunately. I've wasted a lot of money buying old games just to have to turn around and sell them again because they were unplayable with this graphical problem. It looks like I've lost another $10 with SF64, so I'm posting to warn others in case this bugs them too. Otherwise the game plays okay, but the lines are just so obnoxious to look at.
#2 Posted by Mouser05 -
connect a nunchuck to your wiimote, start your vc game, press the home button, select the operations manual, press and hold Z A and 2 simultaneously, and then exit the menu and try to play the game.
This should help reduce the prevalence of the vertical scan lines.
It's time to split- Sgt.Cortez
#3 Posted by dillpickle69 -
God damn you Irony, God damn you.
I came here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and I'm all out of bubblegum.
#4 Posted by pirofyre978 -
connect a nunchuck to your wiimote, start your vc game, press the home button, select the operations manual, press and hold Z A and 2 simultaneously, and then exit the menu and try to play the game
Thanks, I tried that just now but it didn't change anything. Is there supposed to be some sound cue or something? Because I didn't hear or see any changes.
dill: does yours have lines? They look sort of similar to this:
It's very obvious in mine in the solid blue sky and haze of stage 1, though it's in the sky of other areas too, but they're lighter so it's harder to notice (like Katina). I played Star Fox Adventures this week and there wasn't a single line to be found. I scanned the entire blue sky and it was perfect. I played through the whole game without any graphics flaws. From everything I've read from other people this just happens to certain games. It must be the method they use to "paint" the skies, because I only ever see it on large masses of solid color when it happens.