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Pretty recently I picked up the ASUS VG278HE but I'm having some problems with getting the colours right. I'm just using it for gaming/movies so picture editing doesn't concern me.
I'm having some trouble because standard mode looks washed out, and scenery mode looks really good in some games (Disney Infinity) the blacks aren't distinguishable, making dark scenes look way too dark.
Does anyone have this monitor, or just general monitor experience, and help me get the best picture out of this thing? It's kind of bugging me, even though I don't know that much about colour accuracy, I just want it to look consistently good and accurate.
And yes, I have used Google but it hasn't helped that much.
@artisanbreads: Advertisements maybe? I'd imagine with a game this big the creator would be making quite a bit from ad revenue alone.
@mmzone: That game is exactly what I thought of when I played Flappy Bird for the first time.
Flappy Bird seems like it's the new thing when it comes to mobile gaming, people have been saying it's the next Angry Birds or Candy Crush or whatever.
What do you guys think about it? Do you like it or hate it and hope of goes away soon?
I think it's a neat little game, it's fairly addictive and is free (and it doesn't have micro transactions) for anyone else who've played it, what's your highscore? Mine is currently sitting at 102.
Always be WASDing, anything else is madness and is for insane people.
I also always leave the keys at default unless it's a super weird layout (like in Duke Nukem 3D Megaton edition, why is "M" used for healing when H is totally free and closer) but I guess that is mainly a problem with older games which weren't designed to use WASD movement.
Dawn of The Dead (remake and original), The Cabin in The Woods, Alien, and if you liked V/H/S then check out You're Next, I haven't seen it but it seems like a pretty decent horror movie (plus, it totally reminds me of Hotline Miami)