The SNES Classic Edition, releasing on September 29, 2017, is set to be a treat for retro game fans. One of the things you might not realise is that SNES games rendered at a resolution far lower than what we’re used to in modern games. They also didn’t display in a widescreen image we have now. In this SNES Classic Edition Display Frames guide, we’ll show you all the colorful frames you can choose from, plus point out the image filter options.
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SNES Classic Edition Image Filters
- CRT - This options puts a CRT screen effect over the image, attempting to ape the look you would have got when playing SNES games back in the 90s.
- 4:3 - This option gives a classic 4:3 image.
- Pixel Perfect - This option intends to accurately represent the games without stretching the image.
SNES Classic Edition Frames/Borders
If you don't count the black frame you can see above, there are 12 display frames to choose from included on the SNES Classic Edition.