Q-Games' odd PlayStation Move-enabled music creation app, PixelJunk lifelike, is changing its name to the much more mysterious (and oddly alluring) PixelJunk 4am.
The app is a collaboration with Baiyon, a Kyoto-based musical artist that previously worked on PixelJunk Eden. "PixelJunk 4am is something unique that has never been tried before, so we're treading in new territory," Baiyon said in a press release. "We're using the PlayStation Move in truly experimental ways to give people control of making their own style of music."
4am allows "players" to use the PlayStation Move controller to not only create their own music, but affect the visuals as well. In addition, you'll be able to broadcast your performances online--live--via PlayStation Network.
The new title better reflects "the exact mood and feeling" that Q-Games is attempting with the experimental program. "4am is that deep night hour. In clubs, the music drifts to a new level entering a deepened state that often seems removed from reality. Whether you're in a club or not, 4am always feels like the night has gone on forever, where there's still that little bit of time left before dawn. This late night feel better represents our current visual and musical style," Baiyon explained.