Multimedia artist Baiyon, known for his art and sound work on PixelJunk 4am and PixelJunk Eden, is joining Q-Games as a full-time Creative Producer, the company announced today. Good news for those who are fans of both Q-Games and Baiyon.
The latest adventure in Q-Games' PixelJunk saga is so grand in scope and stature that a simple three-letter abbreviation couldn't contain it, so PixelJunk Inc. becomes PixelJunk Nom Nom Galaxy, coming to Steam Early Access on March 13.
In my opinion, Q-Games' PixelJunk Shooter and Shooter 2 are the best twin-stick shooters on the PlayStation 3. This summer, Double Eleven is combining both into PixelJunk Shooter Ultimate for the PS4 and Vita. Here are nine reasons it'll be even best-ier than before.
Taking turns is lovely. Twitchy action is lovely as well. Funktronic Labs' upcoming PC adventure Nova-111 combines turn-based and real-time gameplay into an incredibly intriguing, double-lovely thing.
In space, soup is a nasty business. You’ll need to build bases that defend automatically themselves from attackers and jump your way to remote locations for out-of-the-ordinary ingredients. But, even in the far future of Pixeljunk Inc., people need their stews.
For six years I've been streaming music to my PlayStation 3 using the same old trio of launch visualizers, which is a sadness. This week Q-Games makes me happy again, with a new PS3 app simply called Visualizer.
Kyoto based Q-Games is working on its new title. The game, currently codenamed PixelJunk 1-6, is being made with the PC specifically in mind. Above is a first look.
The 1-6 codename references the game's place in the PixelJunk series: it will be the sixth PixelJunk game. While developing the game, Q Games is also…
If you say "Q-Games", the first things that come to mind are probably Nintendo and Sony. (Oh, and there's that other Japan-based developer with a similar name.) But you think consoles. You don't think computers. Consoles. That could change.
Max Payne 3 is coming out on May 15. Diablo III is coming out on May 15. A Game of Thrones game is coming out on May 15.
It's hard to look cool when you're playing most music video games. You may think you look cool with your dinky plastic guitar or humorously scale-sized drum set, but in reality you look like… well, a person playing a plastic instrument.
Kyoto-based Q-Games revealed today that its PSN title PixelJunk Eden would be headed to Steam.
I'll try any video game, because any video game might have the year's best idea in it.
PixelJunk SideScroller is the latest PS3 title from Q-Games. The Kyoto-based game studio continues to churn out high quality digital games for the PS3 under its PixelJunk banner. SideScroller is a vector-infused side-scrolling shooter.
The two big releases this week on the PlayStation store are Infamous 2's bloodsucking "standalone add-on" Festival of Blood and the highly-anticipated-by-Stephen-Totilo Pixeljunk Sidescroller.
4am is the latest title on Q-Games' PixelJunk brand. Details about the game are scant, even though there is a debut trailer. It promises that players can "freely shape the sound to perfection" and then broadcast that sound to the world.
Q-Games is working on PixelJunk: Sidescroller, the latest PixelJunk title. The game's gameplay looks bright and old school.
PixelJunk: Sidescroller, the upcoming downloadable color explosion from Q-Games, is not joking around.
There have been gamers who've hacked games to ask their special someone to take the plunge, but how many game studios have decided to lend a hand in popping the question?