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Latest Sound Shapes Dev Diary Shows Off Greatly Enhanced Levels

Posted on Friday, March 16 @ 12:00:00 PST by

The PlayStation Blog has posted a new video of Sound Shapes in action. Oh, have you not heard about Sound Shapes? This must be your first time visiting GameRevolution!

The video shows off the vast improvements Queasy Games has made to their hand-crafted levels. What's even more exciting about seeing developer Jason deGroot play through these ambient-sounding is knowing that you'll be able to create levels like this for yourself.

We've written many previews on the game, so just take in the video above and bask in... my... eagerness to get this game on my PlayStation Vita as soon as possible.
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