I need someone's professional opinion. What kind of pictures should be used in this article - the sprites or the magazine scans? I'd go for the sprites myself.
Not really sure what you mean by sprites. Can you tell me what you mean so I'll know the difference? Hero of Time 87 02:16, 30 March 2008 (UTC)
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Oh. Sprites are the in-game representations, and the scans are pictures scanned from a magazine article on the game or its manual. Here, I'll give you a comparison.
Those are the actual resolutions of the images in the game, so they can't really be made any larger without looking really bad. So its sprites then? (They also mess up the article if they're bigger -- I hate empty spaces. And there really isn't more to write about the Instruments)
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Sprites, definitely. Couldn't one possibly obtain larger images by using an emulator on a computer?