1Blur_EscalationTue 12th Nov 2013 So just recently I started to play New Super Mario Bros U again. I noticed that, when the screen is scrolling, the TV screen gets totally blurry. I never noticed that when I got this game month ago. It seems like I got used to other games that aren't "scrolling" that much. So I tested out some settings on my TV. Nothing helps.. Except this HD Natural Motion thing.. but that gives the TV so much input lag that even a Mario game gets unplayable.. Looks gorgeous with it but the input lag kills the game at the same time. So I needed a new idea. What if my TV screen is smaller? (And btw. I have a huge TV. :3 ) I remembered that you can adjust the screen sice on the Wii U settings. I narrowed my screen to the lowest.. Got back on NSMB U, and see there! - Every thing looks fine now, no blurriness. Long story short: I've got a smaller screen and the quality got better. I have to get used to the black surrounding, tho. ^^ Well. My point of this Topic is: Are you using it in any way and got some results like me? Edit: Sorry. I've got confused by the names. Got a german Wii U.. :3 Title fixed? Edited on Tue 12th November, 2013 @ 03:50 by Blur_Escalation My Mario Maker Stages: 4E23-0000-0012-2151(Bowser Jr.'s Lair) /// AA58-0000-0038-B088 (The Rooms) /// 4FE6-0000-003E-0E79(Can you make it to the top?) /// 15E3-0000-0014-243B (Green Hill Zone 3) /// "And more! Check it out!" :) Rings! Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom!