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Sound Shapes is officially out this week, and the music-sequencer/platformer is making everyone remember the glory of the Vita's great promise. To talk about the game, and what it's like to work with artists such as Deadmau5 and Beck, Anthony Carboni brought in developers Jonathan Mak and Shaw-Han Liem.
Sound Shapes review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Sound Shapes for Playstation 3. One of the most unique games released this generation, Sound Shapes puts you in control of a sticky blob that moves through the levels to reach the end goal. Along the way you will collect music notes that add to the soundtrack, changing the music with each one. The levels also fit into the music, making you feel like you are playing through the song. And each level is created by famous musicians like Beck and Deadmu5. The game also offers a level creator, where you can create your own and play levels created by others. All this makes for a unique and creative game that needs to be experienced. This video review features video gameplay footage of Sound Shapes for Playstation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Ryan.
A trailer for the new game from the creator of <i>Everyday Shooter</i> at E3 2011.
Now you can find out how those shapes sound.
E3 2011: SoundShapes PSV trailer
THIS WAS A VERY SPECIAL LIVE SHOW! We went out of the studio, and downtown to Sony Playstation's Vita Hill Social Club to bring you the latest video game news, as well as a bunch of our Rev3 friends going hands on with the Vita.
This week, Talia investigates the latest Xbox 720 buzz, raves about the Rise of the Triad reboot, tells us who's NOT writing WB's next Batman game, runs through the week's new releases, and shows her Olympic spirit.
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