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Submitted by ChrisPriestman 1050d ago | preview

E3 2012: 'Sound Shapes' Preview - Rhythm And Platforming | IGM

Queasy Games’ PlayStation Vita title, Sound Shapes, was one of the more noticeable indie titles on the E3 show floor, along with Retro City Rampage. Unlike Retro, however, Sound Shapes is a PS exclusive. At least, for the time being. It operates excellently utilizing the familiar PlayStation controls and its sleek look and feel on the Vita were not matched by any other platformer at the show. Sound Shapes is cut clean with precision, as each stage and level has its own design and music. Perhaps the most impressive thing about the game is that Deadmau5 will actually be contributing music to it… that’s a pretty big thing for an indie, right? (E3, PS Vita, Sound Shapes)

GribbleGrunger  +   1051d ago
i've said it once and i'll say it again (although it's really only an excuse to repeat myself): this could do for music what LBP did for platformers

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