It took a solid six hours to get the options right for this game, with the CRG9 no less, but it was all completely worth it. The sheer size of Disney's Fantasia is a huge treat here, and it's especially enjoyable with the CRG9: welcome to your new, truly ethereal, world. It's kinda artsy and all, but I'm sure it'll also make a lot of people's hearts skip a beat.
Update 05/15/2020: A previous version stated that the best Trace Free setting was '100', but it's actually '80'.Out of the box, the TUF VG32VQ has poor accuracy. There are noticeable inaccuracies in many colors and most shades of gray. The color temperature is very cool, resulting in a slightly blueish tint. Gamma is close to the sRGB target curve for the most part, but some dark scenes are over-darkened considerably.
Oculus Rift port coming soon!The Steam version is also available at Steam.Going back to the original reason for Deluge in the first place - entertainment. It's actually really enjoyable for some of the same reasons that Minecraft was eleven years ago: because you don't have to do a whole lot of work to have a nice play time.
I'm not entirely sure why the TUF VG32VQ has such a weird lack of accuracy, but hopefully a firmware update coupled with a profile update will help fix some of it. It's also noticeably darker than the previous CRG9 I've used, which was a bit too light. As long as it still rocks the skin tones that are absolutely stunning in the VG32VQ, then it's well within playability! d2c66b5586