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Hands-on with Size Does Matter, the bleeping tough chiptune rhythm-action game

By , on June 24, 2014
Last modified 1 month, 1 week ago

If you like rhythm action games, you'll likely be feeling a little unloved after Activision decided to stop making Guitar Hero every year, and Harmonix distanced itself from Rock Band.

Not to worry though, as Size Does Matter is on the horizon.

Developed by DOS Studios and published by Channel 4, the game is all about changing the size of a line of blocks you control so that it fits perfectly through walls of neon, all in time with a chiptune soundtrack that features music from Chipzel, Savant, Philter, and more.

It's no walk over either: even the guy showing the game confesses he can't beat the later levels.

Sounds cool, right? Plug in some headphones and watch our hands-on for more info...


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