At first glance, it’s not easy to tell what Auditorium HD is all about. Actually, I’ve glanced a few dozen times and I still have no idea. What the compelling trailer tries to demonstrate is the central objective of “transforming light into a symphony of sound,” as best described the game’s Senior Producer Alvin Muolic. It’s half puzzle, half rhythm game, yet entirely original.
Originally, Auditorium started as an indie title created by two guys, William Stallwood and Dain Saint. Thanks to a collaborative effort between Zoo Publishing, indiePub and Cipher Prime, an expanded version of the game will be available on the PSN starting next week for $9.99, packaged as Auditorium HD. The game includes 72 levels of the first PC release now dubbed Auditorium Classic, plus 78 brand new levels known as Auditorium Modern.
The game also fully supports PlayStation Move, and stereoscopic 3D, which is bound to throw you into a sensory overload, or mild seizure. For a look at what Auditorium HD is all about, view newly released gameplay footage above.