for those partially/fully colorblind

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for those partially/fully colorblind

Postby Trazivious » Mon Mar 16, 2015 3:34 am

Even though this is a horror game, and darker colors are generally used to bring about feelings of fear and dread, if you are even slightly colorblind and in a darker part of any of the series, it is hard to distinguish useful objects in-game from the background. So to help with that, perhaps a high-contrast mode? While that may help stuck people to find the next thing with greater ease, it would really assist those who can't tell one thing from the next.
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Re: for those partially/fully colorblind

Postby publicly_visible » Thu May 19, 2016 3:49 am

In the meantime, try assigning hotkeys to contrast/gamma/brightness controls through either the OS, video-adapter drivers, or third-party software. Then you can adjust them to see better everywhere (well, everywhere on your computer).
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Re: for those partially/fully colorblind

Postby mariareese » Tue Oct 03, 2017 9:42 am

Yes, you are right I think we have to use third party software.. by the way best game ever . :D
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Re: for those partially/fully colorblind

Postby rabiyajamal45 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:21 am

a very cool horror game
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