Shoot Many Robotsremains one of my favorite games released so far this year and I'll take just about any excuse to mention that. One of my more valid opportunities comes today with the announcement of the game's soundtrack now being available for purchase and transmission into your waiting ears.
Composed by Disasterpeace -- you may know them from their soundtrack to Fez -- the soundtrack to Shoot Many Robots is a blues-driven affair which evokes for me a barren wasteland with things out there, just beyond your field of vision. I actually think it would make a perfect accompaniment to the Deadlands: Hell on Earth campaign that I'm never, ever going to play.
You can sample the album and download the whole thing for $5 over at Bandcamp. Pretty good stuff, yo.
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destructoid's previous coverage: Shoot Many Robots