Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Audiosurf and Ninja Gaiden DS

AudioSurf is a indie game that looks awesome. it takes any mp3 that you have laying around and turns it into a tetris/frequency/amplitude-type puzzle game. from the AudioSurf site.....

In Audiosurf, you race down a futuristic and colorful highway. The highway, the traffic patterns, and the scenery are all synchronized to the music you have chosen from your own collection. You earn points for clustering together cars of the same color on the highway, and can compete with others on the internet for the high score on your favorite songs. Audiosurf builds a highway for any music CD, MP3, iTunes M4A, WMA, or OGG song you choose, so the experience that you have is totally up to you.

register on the site for a crack at the beta opening Feb 08. here's a few videos of the game in action. it really looks cool, as long as you don't break out the speed metal or breakbeat......





i'm still on the fence about this DS version of Ninja Gaiden, but less doubtful since playing Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. Gaiden is so much faster than Zelda, and i hope the control dosen't get in the way TOO much. it looks really faithful to the original xbox version, and even has a few snippets of the NES Ninja Gaiden music. very cool. here's some vids of the game in action. ( and yes, i'm trolling Gametrailers looking for a Assassin's Creed DS video.)






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