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    How to tell if a game is 4:3 or 16:9 on the box?

    Hey all,

    I was shocked to find that some games (Ace In Action) are made in 4:3 mode ... I figured all were 16:9.

    Is there a way to tell from the box what format the game is in? Having a 65' widescreen, i would prefer 16:9....

    In Chicken little, do they just have blank space on the sides if displayed on a 16:9 set?

    Thanks,

    Matt!
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    Bummer...

    That's too bad. I suppose as long as the side bars are decorated or something, then it won't be too bad....

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    Matt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillerQ
    Bummer...

    That's too bad. I suppose as long as the side bars are decorated or something, then it won't be too bad....

    Thanks,

    Matt!

    Huh?
    I said NO side bars!
    It just has stretch a bit!

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