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27th Jun '17 5:56:12 PM sinndogg
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** Creator/Bethesda deliberately averted this with ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' for the most part, likely due to the popularity of de-tinting mods for the previous two games. However, agreen-yellow wash was added to some heavily irradiated areas (e.g. the Glowing Sea, and the Nucleus in the ''Far Harbour'' DLC), and during radiation storms, as a deliberate aesthetic call-back to ''Fallout 3''.
*** The Island in ''Far Harbour'' has a washed out green-blue tint, along with a thick fog that ties into the DLC's storyline.

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** Creator/Bethesda Creator/{{Bethesda}} deliberately averted this with ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' for the most part, likely due to the popularity of de-tinting mods for the previous two games. However, agreen-yellow a green-yellow wash was added to some heavily irradiated areas (e.g. the Glowing Sea, and the Nucleus in the ''Far Harbour'' DLC), Sea), and during radiation storms, as a deliberate aesthetic call-back to ''Fallout 3''.
*** The Island in ''Far Harbour'' has a washed out green-blue tint, along is covered with a thick thick, greenish-blue haze and fog, similar to ''Point Lookout'', although the fog that ties into actually plays a role in the DLC's storyline.story this time around.
27th Jun '17 5:50:53 PM sinndogg
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** Creator/Bethesda deliberately averted this with ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' for the most part, likely due to the popularity of de-tinting mods for the previous two games. However, agreen-yellow wash was added to some heavily irradiated areas (e.g. the Glowing Sea, and the Nucleus in the ''Far Harbour'' DLC), and during radiation storms, as a deliberate aesthetic call-back to ''Fallout 3''.
*** The Island in ''Far Harbour'' has a washed out green-blue tint, along with a thick fog that ties into the DLC's storyline.
13th Jun '17 8:06:19 AM Sabrewing
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* The ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' franchise is almost entirely colored in shades of black, white and blue.
9th Jun '17 11:35:25 PM BeastC
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2nd Jun '17 4:04:49 PM Ninetails2000
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[[/folder]]* Differing whether and atmospheric conditions within an area in general can naturally create these. The added moisture of a good rain shower or a particularly humid day can enhance the light of the sunset to cover an entire city in golden orange or red while snow(Fresh snow in particular) is so reflective that it'll oftentimes bathe the immediate are in whatever color the strongest ambient light source is at night.
27th May '17 3:47:58 PM nombretomado
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* The NES games on the Wii's VirtualConsole has a filter that not only darkens the screen, but it also darkens the colors. This was supposed to emulate how NES games would look on a TV set from the 1980s, but it makes the games look like someone put a gray film over the screen. Ports of the NES games plus emulators don't use this feature, which makes the games look brighter and more colorful by comparison.

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* The NES games on the Wii's VirtualConsole UsefulNotes/VirtualConsole has a filter that not only darkens the screen, but it also darkens the colors. This was supposed to emulate how NES games would look on a TV set from the 1980s, but it makes the games look like someone put a gray film over the screen. Ports of the NES games plus emulators don't use this feature, which makes the games look brighter and more colorful by comparison.
3rd May '17 5:45:16 PM igordebraga
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* All four series leading up to ''Series/TheDefenders'' have them. The classic uniform colors dictate those of ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'' (red), ''Series/LukeCage'' (yellow) and ''Series/IronFist'' (green). ''Series/JessicaJones'', who lacks a costume, is [[MoodLighting blue]], except for purple when dealing with villain Kilgrave, [[ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames known in the comics as Purple Man]].

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* All four series leading up to ''Series/TheDefenders'' ''Series/TheDefenders2017'' [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/4h3m7B4v6Zc/hqdefault.jpg?custom=true&w=246&h=138&stc=true&jpg444=true&jpgq=90&sp=67&sat=0.3&sigh=xZ3cBuCQpdO_ICqR6PfFqRPweaE have them.them]]. The classic uniform colors dictate those of ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'' (red), ''Series/LukeCage'' (yellow) and ''Series/IronFist'' (green). ''Series/JessicaJones'', who lacks a costume, is [[MoodLighting blue]], except for purple when dealing with villain Kilgrave, [[ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames known in the comics as Purple Man]].
3rd May '17 5:40:29 PM igordebraga
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* All four series leading up to ''Series/TheDefenders'' have them. The classic uniform colors dictate those of ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'' (red), ''Series/LukeCage'' (yellow) and ''Series/IronFist'' (green). ''Series/JessicaJones'', who lacks a costume, instead has MoodLighting, except for purple when dealing with villain Kilgrave, [[ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames known in the comics as Purple Man]].

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* All four series leading up to ''Series/TheDefenders'' have them. The classic uniform colors dictate those of ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'' (red), ''Series/LukeCage'' (yellow) and ''Series/IronFist'' (green). ''Series/JessicaJones'', who lacks a costume, instead has MoodLighting, is [[MoodLighting blue]], except for purple when dealing with villain Kilgrave, [[ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames known in the comics as Purple Man]].
1st May '17 8:19:05 PM igordebraga
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* Film/SpyGame uses different filters for each flashback segment. Vietnam is orange as hell, Berlin is kind of a cool blue, and Beirut is sort of a sandy yellow. This serves to easily delineate between the flashbacks and the central hub of the story.

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* Film/SpyGame ''Film/SpyGame'' uses different filters for each flashback segment. Vietnam is orange as hell, Berlin is kind of a cool blue, and Beirut is sort of a sandy yellow. This serves to easily delineate between the flashbacks and the central hub of the story.



* ''Film/VickyCristinaBarcelona'' is very golden-yellowy looking. Creator/WoodyAllen [[SignatureStyle likes warm colors]].

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* ''Film/VickyCristinaBarcelona'' ''Film/VickyCristinaBarcelona'', source of our page image, is very golden-yellowy looking. Creator/WoodyAllen [[SignatureStyle likes warm colors]].



* The Moroder version of Film/{{Metropolis}} used color washes over the whole screen -- blue for scenes in the underground Worker's City, reddish tones for surface scenes, though there were some variations.

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* The Moroder version of Film/{{Metropolis}} ''Film/{{Metropolis}}'' used color washes over the whole screen -- blue for scenes in the underground Worker's City, reddish tones for surface scenes, though there were some variations.


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* All four series leading up to ''Series/TheDefenders'' have them. The classic uniform colors dictate those of ''Series/{{Daredevil}}'' (red), ''Series/LukeCage'' (yellow) and ''Series/IronFist'' (green). ''Series/JessicaJones'', who lacks a costume, instead has MoodLighting, except for purple when dealing with villain Kilgrave, [[ComicBookMoviesDontUseCodenames known in the comics as Purple Man]].
1st May '17 3:48:10 PM Saber15
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** Parodied in WebVideo/BroTeamPill's sponsored Gunnar Optiks video. When he's wearing them, the game on his screen is ''Deus Ex'', but tinted yellow. When he takes them off, it's vanilla ''Deus Ex Human Revolution'', and repeatedly takes them on and off, confused.

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** Parodied in WebVideo/BroTeamPill's sponsored Gunnar Optiks video. When he's wearing them, the game on his screen is ''Deus Ex'', but tinted yellow. When he takes them off, it's vanilla ''Deus Ex Human Revolution'', and repeatedly takes them on and off, confused.Revolution''.
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