All Seeing Eye Games presents DRUM STUDIO

For Immediate Release / Photos&Interviews Available upon Request

A music creation game coming to Xbox LIVE Indie Games in June 2010




Vancouver, BC - (June 1, 2010)– Players will soon be able to play, record, edit, save and playback their own song creations on their Xbox 360 drum kit peripherals in the form of All Seeing Eye Games' new game Drum Studio. Drum Studio utilizes the full potential of the drum kit to put the power of music creation in the players' hands.

No longer will players merely play along to pre-determined drum lines. Instead, they will create their own jams on drums they've customized from a library of over 320 sounds. A simple&elegant recording interface allows players to layer in multiple tracks and hone their songs to perfection before they save the song, kick back, and watch an animated drummer play back their creation.

The past few years have seen the music game genre explode into a cultural phenomenon only to fizzle out in its own stagnation&oversaturation. Drum Studio aims to push the genre forward in meaningful ways with its robust customization&creation tools and re-ignite some of the passion players felt that first time they sat down at a plastic instrument peripheral.

Drum Studio is the inaugural product of All Seeing Eye Games, a Vancouver-based independent game development studio founded in November 2009. It is dedicated to making accessible games that push the boundaries of innovation.

Drum Studio is releasing in June 2010 exclusively on the Xbox LIVE Indie Games channel of Xbox LIVE Marketplace for 80 Microsoft Points.

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