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Click for high-resolution elephant people. Love it or hate it, there's no denying that Linger in Shadows was an interesting and innovative addition to the PlayStation Network. SCEA introduced a brand new kind of real-time interactive experience to PSN users that offered some bizarre mind-expanding...

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Are you familiar with the demoscene group known as Plastic? If you are not, then you've been taking the "interactive digital art" Linger in Shadows for granted. Plastic is the group responsible for putting LiS together; so all your strange nightmares of floating Basset Hounds are all thanks to them...

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The guys at Plastic are a charitable bunch -- they have made the soundtrack to their demoscene Linger in Shadows a free download on their website. The ZIP file even includes an additional track from their other demoscene, Into the Pink. Visit their website here and click on the soundtrack link in t...

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A new PlayStation Blog post, written by Rusty Buchert (not to be confused with the PS3 Fanboy janitor, Rusty Bucket) who is the Senior Producer for Linger In Shadows, has revealed when we can finally get our hands on it. Buchert nonchalantly mentions that it'll be available on October 9th, but negl...

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Download to PSP Finally, the veil will be lifted. The strange, mysterious real-time PS3 demoscene Linger in Shadows will be available for download this week ... at least, according to the official PlayStation website. This interactive demo is yet another artistic experiment for the PSN -- you can g...

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Much like its title suggests, meaningful information regarding the above video seems to be loitering in all the dark corners of the internet, unwilling to step forward and reveal itself. From what we've been able to piece together, "Linger in Shadows" is a "demoscene," an artistic video genera...

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If you're into the ultra-niche classic console demoscene, last June's release of the Nelly Furtado single "Do It" may have sounded awfully familiar to you. Apparently, the single samples heavily from a 2000 piece originally composed for the Commodore 64 as part of the Old Skool Music Competition. Wh...

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