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The Last Tinker: City of Colors Review

Color me neutral

Once upon a time, your average big budget game was expected to be bright and colorful with more realistic looking games being the exception. Today, however, a realistic look is more prominent and colorful games stand out more than ever. The Last Tinker: City of Colors feels like an attack against the loss of color - personified into a game - where the objective is to literally stop an evil force from removing all of the color in the world using the power of the red, green, and blue gods.

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Sonic Lost World - "Color Powers" Trailer

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Video Footage From Unreleased Gameboy Color Port of Resident Evil

A prototype cartridge of this unreleased port has become available. Below you'll find nearly 20 minutes of unreleased in-game footage.

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PB & Jason Issue 51: This is a Deep Issue

You can tell because this week's article is monochromatic.

This week's PB & Jason is very deep. It has a great atmosphere. You can tell it's not one of those big fancy-shmancy industry podcasts, because those have color.

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Child of Eden Review

Explore the beauty of life and the world through this aural and visual feast.

Wow. That’s all I can say after completing Child of Eden last night. Just, wow. Tetsuya Mizuguchi and Q? Games have delivered an experience that’s stunningly gorgeous and completely unparalleled. I’m struggling to find the words to describe the experience I had, but it was something completely unique and personal. For me, it was emotional, immersive, and moving, conjuring up memories and thoughts from throughout my life.

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The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX Review Rewind

Want to know which 2-D Zelda is the best Zelda? It isn’t Link to the Past! (WARNING: POSSIBLE STORY SPOILERS!!)

Here’s a little shocker for you: my first Zelda game was Ocarina of Time. I didn’t get into Nintendo’s other big franchise until Zelda made the jump to the Nintendo 64 in 1998. After experiencing Link’s first adventure in 3-D, I wanted more Zelda. I learned about the previous Zelda titles in the franchise, thanks in part to the awesome player’s guide Nintendo put out, and my need for more Zelda was quickly fixed with the arrival of Link’s Awakening DX. The “DX” part standing for “Deluxe”.

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New Super Mario Bros. Wii Dated for Japan

A retailer conference reveals the date and price of the upcoming platformer.

Kotaku reports on a supposed news leak from a Nintendo retailer conference in Japan. According to Kotaku, the price point and release date for New Super Mario Bros. Wii are now set. The game will be priced at ¥5,800 (US$66) and will hit stores on December 3.

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