At the Toronto Game Jam (TOJam) over the weekend, indie developers from all over the place got together and made some games.
An ESRB listing has appeared online for Best of Playstation Network Vol. 1, a compilation - presumably shipping on Blu-Ray - of some under-appreciated classics from Sony's downloadable service.
Sound Shapes is getting mini-album DLC. And a crazy rocket-cycle-thing? Sweet! Here's a trailer.
You press a button, and the beat drops. Forward you fly, straight into the perilous unknown, beats pushing against your eardrums as you push back against the controller. Tempo and harmony swim together, and you lose yourself in the rhythm of play.
If the Video Game Awards are actually an awards show, and not just a keynote for promoting upcoming games, then the big news from last night was The Walking Dead: The Game. Eminently quotable analyst Michael Pachter said before the show that if this title, a downloadable self-published game, took home Game of the…
There isn't much to Sound Shapes. That's what makes it great.
Though there's a smorgasbord of audio pulsing through it, Sound Shapes won't make a musician out of you. What it does is more esoteric and impressive than that. This new PlayStation Vita game lets you feel what it's like to live inside a song.
I've had my eye on Sound Shapes for a good long while; the music-platformer-sequencer isn't quite like any game I've played before, and I'm entirely enamored of its approach to musically integrated level design.
Have a look—and a listen—to some new music from Beck that is being used to structure levels in next month's PS Vita and PlayStation 3 game Sound Shapes. Notice how the lyrics are incorporated into the level. What's a little harder to grasp is that, as you control the little guy in this platforming game, you are…
From July 24- August 27 Sony will showcase four new downloadable games for PlayStation 3 or Vita. They're not exactly exclusive, but at least three of them will probably be good (Sorry, multiplatform Expendables 2, we can't judge you yet, one way or the other. The trailer breaks it down. Buy a bunch of these games,…
Who won E3 2012? Judging from the results of the Game Critics Awards Best of E3 2012, Sony takes tops honors. Naughty Dog's The Last of Us scored five wins, but I'm more impressed by the tiny triumphs of Sound Shapes and Unfinished Swan.
For reasons known only to Sony and the Gods above, the company went an entire E3 press conference without mentioning the wonderful Sound Shapes. One look at this clip, showcasing some content for the game produced by the artists and musician behind Sword & Sworcery, will make you wonder why the hell that was.
Sound Shapes, the new game from some of the minds behind last year's Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery, is coming to PSN for both Vita and PS3 this summer.
Deadmaus loves video games. He's got giant helmets and tattoos—including one of Shigeru Miyamoto's signature—to testify to that fact. But the world-famous DJ's gamer cred will reach an all-new level when PS Vita game Sound Shapes comes out this summer
I have grown to really like my PlayStation Vita. That's not to say I didn't like it when I first started using it, but over the last couple of weeks, my respect for the system has grown into a real fondness. With that said, the system hasn't really had a game that feels "Must Have" to me. The launch line-up is…