Beck’s Latest Album Is An Interactive PlayStation Video Game

Beck’s Latest Album Is An Interactive PlayStation Video Game
Arts & Culture

PSP musical platform Sound Shapes features 3 songs by the musician with original band artwork and lyrics inserted into the environment.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 july 2012

Beck is offering fans a new way to experience his music. His latest album has three songs, all of which have been visualized using the upcoming PlayStation musical platformer game Sound Shapes. The songs; Cities, Touch the People, and Spiral Staircase, each show off a different aspect of Beck’s creativity.

Beck’s Newest Album Is An Interactive PlayStation Video Game

Animation and design studio Pyramid Attack has created original level artwork to make the songs interactive and show how well you can build fun levels around aong structures. As players move through the game, they hear the song, with lyrics inserted into the environment. You can hear the first track of Cities and see the game in action in the video below, which also features Steve Wilson of Pyramid Attack talking about the process of turning Beck’s music not only into art, but into a game:


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