I'm not particularly good at any video game genre, unless Tetris can be considered a genre all on its own. Naturally I have my shining moments, but these tend to occur at times when there is no one around to respond positively when I shout, "Did you see that?" except for, of course, my cat, who never pays attention…
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?
PixelJunk Monsters was a 2007 PS3 game. Actually, every PixelJunk game has been a PS3 game. Until now. Q-Games has announced that PixelJunk Monsters will be re-released as a free-to-play browser game later this year.
It's that time of the year. Time for lists. Website Bits, Bytes, Pixels & Sprites has a list of this year's most frustrating titles. They are:
That's right, Q-Games is porting its PlayStation 3 tower defense hit to Sony's handheld, with founder Dylan Cuthbert announcing that the game wouldn't just be a direct copy, but will add "a bit more."
Remember that PixelJunk Monsters update Ash told you about that would make the game a bit easier? Well it's almost here, and over at the official PlayStation blog associate producer at SCEA Santa Monica Matt Morton has all the details. Not only will the update introduce three different difficulty levels adjustable as…
There have been complaints that Pixel Junk's Monsters and Eden are too damn hard. The games aren't forgiving for less skilled players. But fret not! PixelJunk dude Dylan Cuthbert is here, bringing news of easier settings — or "a more namby pamby mode". Writes Cuthbert: