Cheese is great. It really is. So are PixelJunk's games, like PixelJunk Shooter 2 for the PS3.
For one third of PixelJunk Shooter 2, players will command a small spaceship whose guns and thrusters must contend with the small problems of creatures that belch missiles or lava and with the large problem that the caves through which it flies are intestines churned with the processes of digestion.
You might describe the downloadable PlayStation 3 games in the PixelJunk series as "artsy," "old-school" or even "very good." They're like 21st century Atari games. But would you expect a commercial for the next one, PixelJunk Shooter 2, to feature a man drinking his sorrows away? Until they get to the eggplant…
PixelJunk Shooter 2, the sequel to Q-Games' inventive PlayStation Network game, adds more than just light and acid to the list of new fluidic matter the developer is playing with. Bugs, bubbles and bullet hell also join the updated liquid arsenal.
Building on elements of the first game, Q-Games brings corrosive acid and creative lighting tricks to bear in PixelJunk Shooter 2.
PixelJunk Shooter will be the first title in Q-Games' series of PlayStation Network games to get a proper sequel, with "everything and the kitchen sink" going into PixelJunk Shooter 2.