By Andrew Mathieu / June 29th, 2014
Contrast, a stylistic puzzle-based platformer that mixes both 2D and 3D gameplay, is now available on Xbox 360 and Xbox One. The originally released alongside the launch of the PS4, as well as PS3 and Steam, and is finally available on Microsoft’s platforms, via the ID@Xbox self-publishing platform. According to developer Compulsion Games, the game has been enhanced due to fan-feedback. According to Contrast’s creative director, Guillaume Provost, “it is with their feedback and constant involvement in making the game a better experience that we can achieve the high standards we’ve always envisioned for the game.”
Contrast cast players in the role of Dawn, the imaginary friend of a young girl who wants to see her bickering parents back together in a 1920s setting. Dawn has the ability to roam around her environments in 3D, but can also become a shadow to accomplish goals in 2D. The game is a mainstay in most PS4 demo kiosks, and it seems as though the develops are actively trying to polish the experience further. Contrast is currently available on PS3, PS4, Steam, Xbox 360, and Xbox One.
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