Posted on December 14th, 2011 by JMT. Categories: Articles.
I just got Pocky & Rocky for the SNES. The character sprites where all weird, cropped, moved, compressed.
I tried everything, but eventually tracked it down to the use of an s-video cable.
Now the weird thing is that I had tried to rule that out by using an old fashioned NES style RF adapter. But it turns out that as long as the s-video cable end of the a/v adapter is plugged in to something, even if you are actually viewing the video over the RF port instead, the sprites in the game are messed up!
What in the world could cause that?
So in order to play I just have to unplug the s-video end from the av cable, to make sure only the composite video end is connected.
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