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@sean_o_c @Stefhutch20 But in the PSP you could change the screen the way you liked, it was very good, all my games were in full screen, no black bars or missed screen game.
Hope they change that in the future.
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@Stefhutch20 But even Final Fantasy VIII haves the same problem and I bet even VII too, I have those games and they all have those black bars.
@Stefhutch20 If you can do that and I'm just wrong here, I will change my username to assfucked, I have no problems to admit that I was wrong.
@Stefhutch20 If you really can play in full game screen just like I explained, then please post a picture so I can see, I don't like when people keep trying to prove me a point that maybe they don't even get it.
@Stefhutch20 I'm playing Vagrant Story here, option is in full and I see the black bars so my screen isn't full, if I choose Zoom option the screen is full but theres game screen missing, so what did I do wrong here?
@Stefhutch20 @RicardoG It's kinda hard to explain since and english is not my native language, it can't be stretched and still have all the screen of the game in screen, I tried it and it can't be done, but maybe you are saying that because you play PS1 NTSC games and that explains why you say it's possible, I don't know if you know that PAL games had usually black bars do to the conversion of NTSC games, so PAL PS1 games need to have custom stretched options, PSP had the option and it was really good.
Belive me, I'm not the type that doesn't know what options my hardware haves, I explore everything when a firmware comes out.
The problem with PSVita to me is that the games can't be custom stretched, I prefer to stretch the screen so it uses all the screen, that was the reason I didn't buy Dragon's Dogma, a game that doesn't use fullscreen and it still says it plays in 720p? Is this a joke?