Music game will launch on PSP and will be compatible with MP3 files stored on MemoryStick.
LOS ANGELES--Developed by Kuju Entertainment and released through LucasArts, Traxion is a new PSP game that's being shown off at this year's E3. The game will feature dozens of minigames and a variety of music from leading artists, as well as being compatible with MP3 files stored on the MemoryStick.
Traxion features a music-analysis tool that will react to the type of music being played and adapt the game accordingly. LucasArts says that the result will be a visual and sensory experience that will be different every time you play.
There's no news as of yet on a release date or whether the game will be playable at E3, but we'll have more from the show when it starts tomorrow.
This is Lucasarts. This game will be cancelled about a month before it's code complete. because It's not a Star Wars or Indiana Jones game.
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