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Watch Out 'Audioshield,' 'Soundboxing' Is Looking For A Fight

"Soundboxing" is a VR rhythm game similar to "Audioshield," but with a major difference. Rather than rely on an algorithm to synchronize songs to the game, the "Soundboxing" community has full control over the creation of "Soundboxing" challenges.
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