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A Shadow Of What Might Have Been
on November 19, 2013 at 04:49 PM
Combining unique visuals, a vanguard concept, and atmosphere aplenty, Contrast is full of promise with its 3D platforming shifting to a 2D shadow world. Walking on the shadows projected onto walls as the real world ebbs and flows makes for an appealing premise. Unfortunately, the end product isn’t...
This Clever Puzzle/Platformer Is A Lot More Than Just Eye Candy
on September 02, 2013 at 04:50 PM
Running hurriedly through the Sony booth between appointments over the course of E3, one particular game kept catching my eye. Contrast's striking art aesthetic, which marries the vaudeville aesthetic of the 1920s with elements of film noir, is tough to miss. At PAX Prime I finally had a chance to...
See The World Of Contrast From The Eyes Of A Young Girl
on August 14, 2013 at 01:21 PM
It's been a while since our first look at Contrast . Though the news on the upcoming platformer has been slim, Contrast has not gone unnoticed, as it looks to be a unique addition bridging the gap between current and next-generation consoles. Now, Compulsion Games offers up a new trailer that reveals...
Five New Images Showcase Contrast's Vaudevillian World
on June 28, 2013 at 09:35 AM
Developer Compulsion Games has offered five new screens for its upcoming film-noir and vaudeville-inspired 1920s puzzle platformer, Contrast. The game places players in the shoes of Dawn, the imaginary friend of Didi. She is a young girl coping with a traumatic event with Dawn's help. Shadows play...
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