Q-Games continues its series of deceptively simple PlayStation Network games with PixelJunk Shooter, where danger runs hot and salvation is just a glass of water away.
Few games that I’ve seen benefit as much from being seen in video, as opposed to in stills, as PixelJunk Shooter. So before reading further, interested parties should watch the following — then read the words that follow.
Despite the inherent goodness of their previous games, Q-Games’ upcoming PixelJunk 1-4 was never going to sell with a name that sounded like a Mario Stage. So it’s been changed to something more marketable.