It's happy sale time again on the PlayStation Network! To celebrate the spring season (or autumn, southern hemisphere humans), a good 70 games are currently on sale, including PSP, Vita, PS2 and PSone titles as well as a handful of DLC packs. Discounts range from 10-50% off the standard price, with PlayStation Plus subscribers taking an additional 10% off. Not much, but it's something!
Developer Q-Games has done a lot of really great things with the PixelJunk series. Representing every genre from shooter to tower defense to simulation, each release has hit the fun spot right in the core, with plenty of lovely artwork and some great co-op experiences to boot. With Pixel Junk Inc., those convenient genre labels are thrown out the door. Instead, we get a healthy combination of PixelJunk Shooter, Terraria, PixelJunk Monsters, and, of all things, a soup-selling simulation!
To celebrate Q Games' 10th Anniversary, the team behind the PixelJunk series of games are hosting a monster sale on the PlayStation Network. You can snag PixelJunk Racers, PixelJunk Monsters, PixelJunk Shooter, and PixelJunk Eden for just $1 each. More recent titles like PixelJunk Shooter 2 and PixelJunk SideScroller are also half off.
Ever wanted to play the third installment of the PixelJunk series, but only own a PC? Well, tonight’s your lucky night! Dylan Cuthbert, boss of developer Q-Team, is finally releasing their longstanding PixelJunk series game, PixelJunk Eden for the first time on Steam.
Q Games have made quite a name for themselves on the PlayStation 3 with their series of downloadable titles called PixelJunk. We've already seen a lot of great co-op games in the series including PixelJunk Shooter 1 and 2 and PixelJunk Monsters. The latest game is called PixelJunk SideScroller and it shares a lot of similarities with the Shooter titles including some slick visuals, element dynamics, and great music. But just how different is it and how deep is the co-op?
So many games... so little time. We don't know what to do with ourselves! This gaming season's military FPS war begins with Battlefield 3 firing the first rounds tomorrow. A host of other games of varying genres are joining the fray, each looking for a piece of that substantial holiday pie. What will you be playing?
The Tokyo Game Show is in full effect, and the weird keeps on coming. Do you want to touch the music, but don't fell like risking community service/a moderate fine/jail time/a third strike? Are clubs not your thing because everyone is soooo damn sweaty and disgusting? Well rejoice! Spin your little glow sticks and douse yourself in invisible paint! Now you can be your very own DJ with PixelJunk 4am and the PlayStation Move.
We've been aware for - some time now - that the development of a no-brainer sequel to the super fun PlayStation Network title PixelJunk Shooter is already under way. Today Sony offered up a bubbly new logo, two screenshots, and a hint at more forthcoming details.
Pixeljunk, a name in innovation and original content is bringing us something original, and innovative. Out of this latest Pixeljunk news, we get Pixeljunk Shooter, a co-op side-scrolling shooter that we can't narrow down to a type of game to compare it to. You are a ship of sorts, changing an environment by shooting rocks to blend lava and water together to make usable terrain, while saving miners stuck in these underground caverns. Given a certain quota of miners to save in each level, it's a good idea not to drown or boil them to death.
PixelJunk has been a busy topic lately, what with the announcement of PixelJunk Shooter for the Playstation Network, and now the PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe game will be coming to the PSP while sporting useful online co-op. Not quite a port, but not quite an original title, PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe on the PSP will give players 4 player online co-op through a lobby system new to the PSP. Many may remember how the original only had local co-op, so this is already a nice change.
The above screenshot doesn't do Pixel Junk Shooter any justice, but the below video I'd say gives you a better idea of just how beautiful the game is. The latest in the Pixel Junk series from Q Games, Shooter tasks players with exploring underground caverns filled with lava, water, and dangerous enemies.
The Pixel Junk team has announced their next PlayStation Network game, one that was previously named Pixel Junk 1-4, has gotten a name and will be getting an upcoming demo. After taking fan entries, and receiving almost 10,000 of them, the official name of the game is Pixel Junk Shooter.
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