The Last Tinker: City of Colors Out Today on PS4

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The Last Tinker: City of Colors Out Today on PS4

This is it. Right here, right now. This is your moment to help begin the renaissance of the indie-developed, 3D platformer.

The reaction to our announcement that The Last Tinker was coming to PlayStation was staggering. We knew it would be positive, but not to this degree! We had no idea there was this pent-up demand for more 3D platformers.

This isn’t just a game. This is a statement. A confirmation of the belief that 3D platformers are not dead. A shining neon beacon, fifty stories tall, that there is more to a game than technical specifications.

PlayStation is a platform for the biggest and loudest games ever made. Absolutely. But it’s also a platform which openly promotes creativity and imagination. People turn to the indie scene when they want something different; something innovative, stylish, and creative.

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The Last Tinker: City of Colors is a PS4 game that is as wonderful and fun to play as those great PS2 and PS3 games of yesterday. At LOOT, we really do believe Tinker will be remembered as the spark which rekindled the 3D platformer fire. We don’t mean to be all serious and profound, but seriously and profoundly, check Tinker out. You’ve seen the trailers. You’ve read the behind-the-scenes banter. Tinkerworld is open for you to explore. If you want to see more of this type of game again, then this is the moment to show your support.

Let us know how you feel about the game below! We’d love to hear your feedback about The Last Tinker! Follow LOOT on Twitter for more.

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  • Downloaded this last night and played around for a couple of hours. Reserving judgment until I see more of the game, but an issue that immediately stood out was the framerate. The game gets really choppy at times, and while I personally don’t mind it that much, it might be a dealbreaker for framerate buffs. Something to keep in mind.

  • The trophy system has never made sense to me with Sony, a game like Surgeon Simulator gets a platinum but a nice long story platformer like this doesn’t.

  • I bought the game the day it was released and (a few performance issues aside) have been loving it, the music in particular is wonderful.

    I must say though i’m hugely disappointed with the pricing. I bought this on the day of release for £18.99 (£14.24 with PS+ discount) only to find two days later it’s £11.59 (£8.69 with PS+ discount).

    Now if this had been a month or two apart I can understand the price drop, but this was two days. I’m not sure if this was originally a mis-price, or they just decided to reduce it early due to low sales or some other reason. I contacted Sony and got a generic “it’s in the terms and conditions” type reply, as expected.

    I’m not sure this sort of behaviour should be encouraged, it’s a kick in the teeth to those willing to take a chance on a game early into it’s life.

    • Hi LilmanUK,

      Please see our response to your identical post on the SCEE Blog. Hope it helps. Thanks! :)

  • This game looks amazing!! I would like to know if this will ever be ported to the ps vita? I know it might be a stretch but I hope it does.

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