With the psn store returning this week I bet some of you are itching to grab a psn title to add to your growing collection. I bet a lot of you missed Everday Shooter. It has no trophies. This is a title you simply cant pass up though, the love felt in this game is amazing. With the included letter to the game designers teacher to his little remarks on the scoreboard it has that feel of a passionate game. The soundtrack is simply amazing. As you shoot everything in sight and build up your multiplier to detonate incoming enemies you are playing the soundtrack of the game. Everything is tied to guitar chords making for a very unique expierience every time you play. The enemies explode dropping exp dots that can be collected to unlock different filters and extra lives making the replay value extremely high. This is apparently available on the psp but I havent located it so I think its only a downloadable game. Either way this is well worth the $. I have to rank it up there with flower in terms of conveyed emotion. You can really let off some stress with this bad boy. The artistic design is also super polished.
Curious if any of you have this gem?
The music plays accordingly to the enemies you kill? Is that it? If it is this is totally awesome, the music is very relaxing.
@Jason: How much is it?
Def looks interesting.. you should do a review..
Game looks interesting. Might get this when it goes on sale.
I've decided to only buy games that go on a special offer now as there are too many to play/buy.
Anyone else play it yet? Write a review Jason!
I played a demo and it was a bit meh for my liking, I prefer SuperStarDust
Did it ever come free for PS Plus members?
I bought it way back when it first came out, one of my first bought PSN titles I think. Great game, superb music and gameplay.
should note that the same developer is working on SoundShapes for the Vita, which looks like an even better game with the PCS (playcreateshare) features.
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