Yeah, I don’t know if you noticed, but those pictures are pretty small. They’re technically low resolution images. They look crisp because it’s their native resolution, but they are no bigger than a PSP screen. I believe most arcade machines ran at a native resolution of 320x240, which is pretty damn small. TV monitors didn’t need particularly high resolutions to look crisp. LCD’s and other flat screens tended to look worse for awhile to be honest, when they first came out until the native resolution of media actually got higher. They still aren’t high enough for the kind of gigantic monitors we see today actually, but good enough for now.