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Submitted by AssassinTRIP 323d ago | review

The Last Tinker: City of Colors Review | Geekenstein

"In a time when shooters are slowly but surely going out of favor and everyone is waiting for the next big innovation, now seems like the perfect time to reflect on old genres. If you’re a kid raised on Minecraft or an aging college grad yearning to relive Rare’s greatest hits, go take a spin through Colortown and enjoy. If that’s not you, at least take The Last Tinker as an example that The Bleakness brought on by Gears of War and its clones is slowly receding and game designers are allowed to use colors other than gray this generation." - Alex Santa Maria of Geekenstein (PC, The Last Tinker: City of Colors) 4/5

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