This game is unplayable on my LG TV

#31lostoutlawnbPosted 11/16/2012 1:00:29 AM
can you change the brightness in the game options
#32765351(Topic Creator)Posted 11/16/2012 7:08:05 AM
From: lostoutlawnb | #031
can you change the brightness in the game options

From: 765351 | #008
Turning the gamma up does work... but it kinda ruins the mood...

#33AJ2412Posted 11/16/2012 10:41:40 AM
I had the same problem with my Toshiba TV.
I even turned the option for it to off, but it still does that.
It's so stupid. I mean...what the hell is the point of that? I honestly can't think of ANY reason to do that.

I fixed it on my TV though. I just had to turn it into Gaming Mode or whatever it was called.
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#34Blizzard09Posted 12/8/2012 12:06:39 PM
765351 posted...
LG has a feature where the TV will auto-dim when the screen is dark. This means l can't see anything in the game when it's dark (which, from the demo is a lot). This has only been a minor nuisance before but this sucks.

LoL a TV that auto-dims when its dark.. Its the power saver... Turn it off or put it on a lower setting. There is also a option of back lighting, turn it up as it don't allow the TV to darken so much when the power saver (think its called Energy saver) comes on. (which it will darken when room is bright or dark also)
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#35765351(Topic Creator)Posted 12/8/2012 3:09:20 PM
^There is no power saver option. l have said this before.
#36embittererPosted 12/22/2012 1:43:09 AM
Buy a new T.V. then, genius. Problem solved.
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#37Reaper_MinionPosted 12/22/2012 3:25:00 AM
A number strikes again.
#38ChrisHanson24Posted 1/3/2013 1:08:23 PM(edited)
chaos_belmont posted...
I would suggest buying a new tv, but you know, it's more tabooh then mentioning child¨¨ or ¨¨¨ on here and having a positive attitude towards doing such things.

I worked in Silicon Valley in the early 2000's, so I did pretty well. All the house flipping and crazy money flying around made people very wasteful. Couch doesn't match the new drapes? Get rid of it. New flat screen doesn't fit in the TV cabinet? Toss it. New gadget came out with slightly higher resolution or faster processing than the old? Junk it. Looking back it was crazy what people would throw away.

My dad met this Afghani guy who had just come from Afghanistan to the US on a lottery. He knew nothing about America and didn't know english, it was like a completely new world for him.

Anyways, he got himself an apartment but didn't have any furniture. One day my dad goes to his place and sees that the place was fully furnished. My dad was shocked but didn't say anything, the guy didn't even have a job yet! When my dad finally asked him, he said he had been going on the street and seeing all the cool stuff people were throwing out and brought a lot of the stuff home and cleaned them off a little. A lot of the stuff looked perfectly fine to me.