Contrast was without a doubt one of the games which drew our attention at this year's Gamescom. This title developed by a small team of 8 people will be published by Focus Interactive before the end of the year and its incredible atmosphere simply enraptured us. That's why we had to propose the video of the full presentation of the game at Focus Interactive's business booth - and by the way, we're thankful they let us film the whole thing - with the commentary of Sam Abbott. Because the file is really huge, we advise those of you who would want to download it to use the torrent option. One more thing, you might want to check out the studio's official website, which is also quite original itself.
Sadly, you won't be able to enjoy the great soundtrack of the game in our video, but we hope this glimpse at the game will be enough to make you understand why we're so interested in this $15 title. If, like us, you are ready to experience 4 to 5 hours in the world of Dawn and Didi, then stay tuned.
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