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Whats a good size TV for video games?

#21lone-wolf211Posted 2/11/2013 6:48:43 PM
i have a 37" and it works fine for me
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#22legionofpancakePosted 2/11/2013 6:51:22 PM
I'd say 32". I don't see how having a bigger screen is an advantage. I don't want to literally look across the room to see what's cross the room on the game.
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#23S1lver_Bull3tPosted 2/11/2013 6:52:58 PM
Depends on size of room and how close you are sitting to the TV. I play all my games (minus PC) in my medium-sized bedroom, 32in HDTV is just fine.
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#24lostkiwiPosted 2/11/2013 6:58:56 PM
docholliday504 posted...
Bigger=Better


Very much agreed, so long as you have the space for it. But if you have a smaller gaming environment then you should choose a more suitably sized TV, depending on your sitting distance to it.
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#25lostkiwiPosted 2/11/2013 7:03:49 PM
fire2box posted...
docholliday504 posted...
Bigger=Better


Playing on a 60 inch screen with the game running at sub 720p and being stretched into 1080p..

Yeah, that sounds fun.::rolls eyes::


That's exactly how I play and it looks good. Certain games, like Uncharted, look spectacular.

Watching DVD's on a 60 inch is fine, and 720p has almost 2.5 times the pixel density than DVD.
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