Toronto-based developer Queasy Games recently showed off their upcoming Vita title, Sound Shapes at a media showcase in New York City. While we've already had some hands-on time with the game, new footage courtesy of the PlayStation Blog gives us a look at one of the game's high-profile cross-sensory collaborations.
This particular stage blends visuals from indie dev PixelJam with the sounds of electronic musician deadmau5. And rather than just taking popular songs of the artist's previous work and inserting it into the game, the music will respond to the progress players make whilst traversing environments, allowing for each playthrough to become its own unique arrangement. Sounds good to me!
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