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Sound Shapes Will Release On PSN, Shares User Content Across Regions

Posted on Tuesday, February 7 @ 15:34:01 PST by

The one game I can point to in anticipation and regularly lust after is Sound Shapes from Queasy Games and SCEA. The PlayStation Vita title features buttery smooth level creation and an excellent soundtrack. But I didn't think that the game would be landing on the newest handheld via download from the PSN.

Sony's online Press Center states that review requests for Sound Shapes can only made for the game delivered via PSN. The confusing thing here is that Super StarDust Delta is a PSN-only title for the Vita as well. Why doesn't that have a disclaimer next to it? This didn't come up during the recent live chat with the developers behind the game.

What did come up, because I brought it up dammit, is whether levels will be shared between regions. That has been confirmed as well. Now all we need is a release date!

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