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A City Sleeps Announced

Steam News announces pre-purchases are now being accepted for A City Sleeps, a newly announced Windows and OS X twin-stick shooter from Harmonix, which will include some of the music/rhythm elements for which the Rock Band developer is known. The twin-stick part is serious, as they say an Xbox 360 controller for Windows (or equivalent) is "strongly recommended." Here's word on the game, which is expected in October:

A City Sleeps follows Poe, youngest member of The Silk, an ancient clan of dream exorcists that can enter the minds of sleeping hosts to rid their dreams of demons. When the residents of SanLo fall into an endless slumber, only Poe can rescue them from a never-ending nightmare. Equipped with her legendary Koto-sword “Heartstrings”, and flanked by her stable of powerful ghost familiars, she must cleanse their dreams, and uncover the city’s dark secrets.

Driven by an unforgettable original soundtrack that builds through player actions and enemy engagement, A City Sleeps infuses classic twin-stick hardcore shoot ‘em up sensibilities with moment-to-moment tactical choices.

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