I heard this, and it just sounds like people have shítty TV's and didn't watch it with the lights dimmed, or off
@WelI Obviously, plus to a certain degree it was supposed to be too dark and ambiguous to give a sense of how the people in the battle felt
@jouze, yeah, I mean, it was called the long night
@WelI Obviously, ehh I wouldn’t say it was everyone’s tv. The episode was a tad too dark for me even with my brightness up and no lights on. I have a LG OLED too.
@WelI Obviously, I was watching it with my mom who refused to let me turn off the lamp, despite the fact neither of us could see. I tried telling her it would be easier but she said "with more light it'll be easier to see" I tried to explain how only the light from the TV mattered, but it was no use.
@WelI Obviously, the tv settings change things too. Typically "movie mode" automatically make the brightness and contrast settings darker and something like "sports mode" is brighter.
As someone who watched that episode on 2 different tv's in 2 different rooms, one tv was definitely darker than the other and that room happened to be lighter as well. So just change your tv settings and make sure the lights are out and theres no issue
@WelI Obviously, I have a pretty new and nice to and always watch in pitch black and still couldn't see the first few minutes. I tried adjusting my brightness and contrast to no avail but not a big enough a deal for me to go on the internet and complain about it
My eyes, My eyes!
It was a night blizzard, the scenes that were hard to see were ment to be hard to see, because it was hard to see for the people fighting in a night blizzard... because it's a night blizzard.
Watch the reaction videos of idiots crammed into bars watching it like sardines.
Ur a cheeky cvnt aren't ya