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Submitted by Pozzle 548d ago | opinion piece

PS3 25-in-25: Sound Shapes

BT writes: Artsy, two-dimensional indie platforms are dime-a-dozen these days. The seventh generation of home consoles brought about an absolute deluge from the niche genre, which is actually somewhat surprising given the desperate attempts of the PS2, Xbox, and GameCube to transition into an entirely 3D gaming space. This resurgence owes a huge debt to Jonathan Blow and Microsoft for their landmark title Braid, but we aren’t here to talk about that success story (yet). Today we are highlighting one of the simplest and most beautiful examples of the 2D platform resurgence. (PS3, Sound Shapes)

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