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Submitted by Rockefellow 903d ago | review

Sound Shapes Review: Come On, Feel the Noise | GamePlox

GamePlox writes: I’m going to let you in on something: I didn’t think I liked Sound Shapes all that much when I first started playing. Sure, it was fun enough, with competent controls, simplistically charming art design and excellent level design, but nothing was particularly phenomenal about the experience. It was good, but the constant praise and endless hype didn’t seem all that substantiated. (PS Vita, PS3, Sound Shapes) A-/A+

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