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It's been four years since Jonathan Mak released his last game on Sony's PlayStation Network, Everyday Shooter, to critical acclaim. In that time, Mak has been working on a variety of projects -- 10 (failed) games with a Toronto-area musician, for instance -- but today he's unveiling his next maj...

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June 2, 2011 at 1:50PM

Download to PSP Very little is known about the upcoming PSP port of Everyday Shooter -- however, we've compiled a list of the most important stories and resources from the PS3 version of the game. Read interviews with the game's creator, Jonathan Mak, and find out the inspirations behind the innov...

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Everyday Shooter has just been announced for the PSP. The original game debuted on PC and PS3, and was praised by critics for its innovative combination of music and shooting. No separate release date is available at this time, but it will be included in the PSP 4GB Memory Entertainment Pack, whic...

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For the PS3-deficient amongst you, you've got a second chance to play ... nay, experience Jonathan Mak's procedurally generated musical shooter, Everyday Shooter. If you've got a Windows PC, Valve's Steam client, and an unused $10 bill, you could show up to this rock party a measly seven months lat...

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That took long enough. Queasy Games' PSN masterpiece, Everyday Shooter is finally heading across the Atlantic. Why did it take so long? (The US release was back in October.) We may never know. But, we're glad for our European friends that can finally enjoy Jon Mak's gift to fans of synasthesia. ...

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Pac-Man Championship Edition (XBLA) If not worthy of a Top 10 spot, then certainly Pac-Man deserves Joystiq's 'Comeback Player of the Year' award. I covered Pac-Man CE's overblown launch in early June, but it wasn't until I became a devoted player at home that I realized the sheer genius of the ...

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NPR's All Things Considered has been spending a moment each day this week reflecting on "the ones that got away." Whether it be books, which they covered on Monday, or television shows, which they covered on Wednesday, or video games, which they covered on Christmas day (a present from them to us? W...

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Sony's latest PS3 promotion asks, "When was the last time $4.99 brought you hours of entertainment?" We don't have the heart to remind them that bunches of XBLA games – like Space Giraffe – are only $5. Also, that coloring book we bought last week for less than $5 has brought us dozens o...

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In addition to a massive Store update, SCEA has temporarily reduced the price of three PSN downloadable titles. Now available for $4.99: Everyday Shooter, Jon Mak's synesthesia masterpiece is our pick. If you only have enough money for one download, make it this one. Calling All Cars, David J...

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Unfortunately, fans of the PSN title Everyday Shooter will be disappointed to hear that the game's soundtrack is still not confirmed for release. We'll keep on bothering our friends at SCEA, but until then, here are some great recommendations from Jon Mak on the bands that inspired the sounds of Ev...

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Everyday Shooter is one of those titles that popped up out of nowhere a few months ago. Its creator, Jonathan Mak, was the winner of three separate awards during the Independant Games Festival awards at GDC this year. After this he was approached by Sony and asked to develop his winning title, Ever...

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Jon Mak is the man that single-handedly made the new PSN game, Everyday Shooter. The game took top honors at GDC's Independent Games Festival, and Sony immediately signed a deal with the one-man Queasy Games. A recent PlayStation.blog update shows some of the crazy thoughts from the mind of this bu...

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So the European PSN update may not have been up to snuff, but today's American updates have finally been listed on the PlayStation.Blog. This week we're happy to see Everyday Shooter finally being released alongside the Ratchet and Clank demo. Best update ever? This is certainly a contender for the...

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When we first learned about the insanely interesting downloadable title Everyday Shooter, we wanted to know one thing from Sony: when can we get our hands on it? Of course, that was the one thing they didn't want to tell anybody, so they simply said "it'll come out sometime soonish". Maybe that's no...

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OK, Everyday Shooter, we give up. We know you're supposed to be a darling of burgeoning indie gaming scene, but we just don't understand your game. Where are the sexy space babes? Where are the muscle-bound dudes punching holes in walls like their fists were Kool-Aid spokesmen? Where are the spies w...

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Curious about Everyday Shooter, the gorgeous music-infused shooter making its way to the PlayStation Network later this year? PS3 Fanboy spoke with Jonathan Mak, the game's creator, about the game and the process of bringing it to Sony's latest console. To that end, Mak replied, "It seems that Sony...

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One PSN title captivated us more than any other at E3: it's Everyday Shooter, an award-winning music-shooter game. The smooth visuals, combined with the absorbing music, and addictive gameplay, made it one of our favorite (but underrated) games of E3. We had a chance to talk to Jon Mak, after hi...

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Ever since Geometry Wars, the dual-analog shooter has seen a renaissance. On PS3 alone, there are more than a few shooters available to choose from: Blast Factor, Super Stardust HD, and Nucleus. So why should we get so excited about Everyday Shooter? It's because the game is engrossing -- famed des...

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