See How Sound Shapes Turns Your Vita Into A Fully Fledged Music Sequencer

See How Sound Shapes Turns Your Vita Into A Fully Fledged Music Sequencer

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 enamoured of its approach to musically integrated level design.

In this video, Queasy Games’ Jonathan Mak puts together a track using the built-in level editor. As you can see, it’s sort of LittleBigPlanet by way of, well, a music sequencer. Looking forward to playing this one. More info on the game is available in a post on the PlayStation Blog.

Comments

  • Reminds me a little of PS1 title Rez…I’m starting to pay a bit more attention to the Vita – the hardware is pretty sweet and some of the titles look decent – although unless Sony can find the sweet spot between mobile phone gaming and your home consoles I think it’s probably going to be yet another beautiful failure like the PSP and the Atari Lynx…a suitably decent price drop for the Vita wouldn’t hurt either 🙂

    • PSP wasn’t a failure! Well… It was over here… But it kicked butt in Japan! If you liked JRPG’s it really came into it’s own in the last few years.

  • Sure the PSP was great if you’re Japanese but the lack of or difficulty finding games the average punter actually WANTS to play pretty much killed it as a serious contender…having said that with the hardware price drop to around 90 bux it’s looking a lot more attractive, especially if you’re after a media player as well as games…

  • Looks amazing. I hope it isn’t download only, I can’t take any more online purchases that don’t sit on my shelf.

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