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Contrast

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Platform: Xbox One
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Compulsion Games
More Platforms: PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360

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06/26/2014
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06/26/2014

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Contrast review (PC)

Reviewed December 03, 2013

Tayo Stalnaker says: "When I first saw the trailer for Compulsion Games’ Contrast, I was instantly hooked. As a fan of film noir, I thought it looked absolutely stunning and showed a lot of promise. After finally getting my hands on it, though, what I originally pegged as a potential game of the year candidate is now high on my list of the same period’s biggest disappointments."
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