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Linkin Park's 'remixable' music video created in Project Spark


Musical group Linkin Park is now one step closer to the world of video games thanks to Project Spark developer Team Dakota. The developer created a "remixable" music video for Linkin Park's "Guilty All The Same" in Project Spark, which includes an audio remix station so players can build anything they want in the level. Project Spark is a robust game creation tool currently in beta for PC and Xbox One.

The "Guilty All The Same" level isn't the first time an interactive game experience was built around an existing piece of music. Just last month, Radiohead launched an experimental iOS and Android app called PolyFauna for imagery and sounds from its song, "Bloom."

Microsoft opened Project Spark's beta version to all Xbox One owners this month and also removed the game's Spark Time microtransactions.
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Linkin Park Partners with Team Dakota to Launch Interactive Music Video

Linkin Park has joined forces with Team Dakota and Microsoft Studios to put a new twist on the delivery of music and video games. In celebration of Linkin Park's upcoming album, Team Dakota has handed the "Project Spark" keys to Linkin Park to create the first-ever entirely remixable and interactive music video and gameplay experience.

Built by "Project Spark" developers Team Dakota in collaboration with Linkin Park, the game level "Guilty all the Same" features the new hit single and provide everyone with a remixable gameplay experience and audio remix station enabling them to build whatever they want. "Project Spark" unlocks imagination and creativity like never before, for free on Xbox One and Windows 8.1.

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Learn more about "Project Spark" at and on Xbox One, join a community of creators and players and experience the "Guilty All the Same" level exclusivity on "Project Spark" today!

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