Originally Posted by iARDAs
Why do you say that? Color deviation brings out the color the way they are intended. You do not have to be a photo editor to appreciate how great Skyrim, Bioshock and games like that look color with a perfecty grade color scaled monitor.
How do you know how color was intended to look like in a video game? It's not real life...
It could be surreal, gloomy, extra bright (TF2), really dark, or whatever the game developers want.
I agree 100% that for good color reproduction you'd be better off with a calibrated IPS.
For fast paced gaming, 120 or 144 Hz TN is simply better. Being able to make it look good once calibrated is just the icing on the cake. You can't do anything to make your IPS pixels respond faster and your input lag any less. You also can't run it at 144 Hz, and even if you could you'd need 2 Titans to drive it.