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Submitted by TheSanchezDavid 546d ago | review

Impressions: Sound Shapes Car DLC and Community Milkcrate update - GameZone

GameZone: "Sound Shapes launched back in August for the PlayStation 3 and Vita via the PlayStation Network. Developer Queasy Games put down a strong foundation for the game by delivering a single player mode that was simple, entertaining fun. Thanks to stellar tracks from artists such as Beck and I Am Robot and Proud, the game offered its fans a real musical treat. Seven months have passed, and Sound Shapes continues to thrive thanks to its level creation component and the very fan base that acts as the driving force behind it. Some new content has been released for the game in the form of both paid DLC and a free update. What can Sound Shapes fans expect from the Car Mini-Album and Community Milkcrate add-ons?" (PS Vita, PS3, Sound Shapes) -

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