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  1. I don't know if this is common, but as someone with not so great eyesight, the complexity of game graphics get to a point where I often can't make out what I'm supposed to be lookin at and die because there's so much going on and I can't spot the danger in time, or see objects I'm supposed to interact with and have to look around for an eternity. Especially when the contrasts aren't that great (mainly in dark places). In the past, enemies etc. would still be pretty visible because the lighting wasn't that good so they stood out to a certain extend. Now, when you're in a dark place, everything is dark. Everything blends in. It gets kinda frustrating at times, tbh.

    I hope 4k helps somewhat with that by making things nice and sharp.

    1. Diogenes

      Diogenes

      yeah i have problems with this sometimes too, it's one of the reasons i tend to prefer cleaner and more colorful art styles in games. even when things get fast and complex it's a lot easier to make out big blobs of color than brown-on-gray-on-black.

    2. JezMM

      JezMM

      It might not be ideal, but check the games you play for accessibility options if they have any - settings designed for color-blind players might help you out if you don't end up finding them TOO intrusive on the experience.

    3. Kittea

      Kittea

      I'm VI, I have these issues also. A lot of the games I like tend to have a less busy look about them. Even then, my low vision still results in delays in my reaction to things. I also have to play games / sections of games with dark lighting in the dark to even remotely see anything.

      I rely a lot on good audio design. Accessibility settings in games rarely help as they're typically the bear minimum.

    4. Thigolf

      Thigolf

      Pardon my ignorance, but what's VI?

    5. Kittea

      Kittea

      @Thigolf No worries ^^ Visually Impaired.

    6. Kittea

      Kittea

      Sorry, double post. Don't know why these keep happening.

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