Noname Given wrote:
Considering the way it was done (the simple level of animation and use of color); the image quality wouldn't improved over that of upscaling the regular DVD on a Blu-Ray player (I have the TAS DVD set and an HDTV w/Blu-Ray); so IMO it would be a waste of time and money for both the stuio and the consumer. (imo)
It would be improved. Lines would be cleaner and sharper at 1080p than they would at 480p. You'd get less pixelation and artifacting. You'd see more detail in any painted backgrounds.
It probably wouldn't be worth it for most people, but there most certainly would be a difference. That's just a fact.