MizuMikomi wrote:You can't tell me unreadable text makes a game un-enjoyable, I won't buy it, since I used to play games with small text on a day to day basis and it never bugged me.
How can it not bother people having trouble reading the text? Especially in something where like, the majority of people play these games to read the story and things characters say (including the stuff that isn't voiced).
If people can't read what is said, then they miss a huge chunk of the experience and interaction.
Look at the text boxes in Hyperdimension Neptunia, the text boxes have enough room with font that is big enough for SDTV users to enjoy, and not too big for HDTV users.
The majority still use SDTVs these days. The poor outnumber the wealthy and financially secure. And even people with jobs and money would agree that it's a waste to buy a new TV just because a game isn't designed to read clearly on their own TV.
Well chances are the font will be decent enough to read on SDTV. I have played HD games on this TV and some are still very readable depending on the game and their font sizes. Ya I think it would help if Hyperdimension Neptunia has font option choices. But we'll see how readable it will be on SDTV.
My relatives have HDTV and while it looks good, games still look great on SDTV (and my SDTV is bigger than my sister's HDTV.) Maybe I don't have big standards for visuals but things look great and HDTV really makes things look a little better
but really nothing worth spending hundreds of dollars for while no longer using a good working TV that's right here already. I also like this SDTV because it has a built in VHS player, which is nice to record with sometimes. A friend likes to see tapes about games I play because they are more enjoyable to view than strategy guides.
well anyway, I think it's possible Hyperdimension Neptunia will have font size that is readable on both TVs types. We will see.