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I agree it's an intended effect by the developers, and most probably intended to fit in with a specific 'look and feel' they were heading for with AMFP; however looking over the files in TDD most levels had fog disabled.
So if you're looking for the same 'look and feel' as TDD then disabling the fog is a good way to start.
I know they said it is intentional & varies in different areas, but have they actually said why it is in at all?
It really bothered me initially, and for about an hour once it was installed I was faffing around with gamma and brightness etc, assuming I had a hardware bug. But I found that if you really want to get rid of it, open your monitor display settings and adjust the colour sliders so the blue is around 40% lower than red and green. It removes the tint but once the game decides the tint is no longer necessary you will be left with a rather yellow-y looking game :D