The independent game that every PS3 owner was talking about before its launch is coming to PC after all.
Everyday Shooter, a musical shooter that was formerly available exclusively on the PlayStation Store, debuted today on Steam, Valve’s digital-distribution service.
Everyday Shooter feels at times like Geometry Wars, with the significant difference being that the music changes dynamically based on the “class” of enemy you’re shooting at the time. The soundtrack is comprised solely of guitar music, including procedurally generated guitar riffs used instead of traditional game sound effects.
PC gamers can download Everyday Shooter for $9.99 via Steam. As with all Steam games, if you buy it during its first week of availability, you can save an additional 10 percent (99 cents).