The black and white is really fashionable these times, after the game White Night, here is another title that using limited colours, Renoir. No link with the famous french Renoir family, since this is an American private detective. To show you more, here are a teaser, some concept arts and a press release.
Soulbound Games, an independent game studio from the Czech Republic, has announced development of RENOIR, a story-driven puzzle-platformer for PC and next-gen consoles.
As private detective James Renoir you will investigate your final case. On the complicated path to solving it, James must finally overcome his past and face the fact that in a city saturated with fear and corruption, there is hardly a future for him.
Merging modern technology (Unreal Engine 4) and a noir style, developers want to offer players a deep atmospheric experience. For the game’s announcement, they have prepared a teaser that outlines their vision
Developers are preparing a Kickstarter campaign for the spring, which will be essential to the game’s further development. They therefore hope for feedback and support from the gaming community.
@Moonwalker: I know hdr makes a difference. However, is it worth 1000+ euro's? (1 Hour ago)
Yea that's sorta like turning up the "digital vibrance" setting in the Nvidia control panel. Without HDR we're just seeing more saturated colors. (6 Hours ago)
If it was, that would be great as there would be no need to buy a HDR TV to watch HDR content as any SDR screen would be able to show HDR the same as HDR screens. I wish it was like that though. (8 Hours ago)
Mostly what you can see is a richer color palette due to a wider color gamut and bloom/brightness. Though it's not the same, unfortunately. (8 Hours ago)
You can see it here in both the "Nano Cell" and "HDR" sections on this LG TV: [url] It's still not the same as watching in person. SDR screens can't show HDR. (8 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: Yes, you can see a difference, but only on colors and bloom. It's the same type of thing that TV manufacturers use to describe what HDR is with images. same. (8 Hours ago)
@droezelke: Trust me though, the phone camera photos are pretty representatitve of how they look here. (13 Hours ago)