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Submitted by RonaldRaygun 1241d ago | review

Sound Shapes Review | Telegraph

Musicians such as Beck and deadMau5 provide original tracks, and the game's structure allows each song to have its own narrative, building bridges, crescendos and dropping into judged silence without ever limiting your own interaction. The platforming itself is simplistic enough for anyone to have a go, but it's flexible in a way that allows invention and variation in the level design. (PS Vita, PS3, Sound Shapes) 4/5

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