Prepare to work for the glory of all in January!
The Tomorrow Children is expected to be released this fall. Thanks to its closed alpha, Q-Games has made several notable improvements to the game.
Q-Games' soup-making strategy game PixelJunk Inc has received another new name, becoming PixelJunk Nom Nom Galaxy. The developer also announced that it'll hit Steam Early Access on March 13 at $9, with a variety of Kickstarter-like higher tiers offering shiny bonuses.
Double Eleven is developing a new "Ultimate" edition of the game for PS4 and PS Vita this summer, which combines both entries in the series into one "uninterrupted and complete experience."
Slowly but surely, the PixelJunk series has been expanding beyond PlayStation platforms. The two most popular games in the franchise--Shooter and Monsters--are now available on yet a new platform: Mac OS X.
Slowly, but surely, the entire PixelJunk series is making its way to PC.
Q-Games is releasing a PlayStation 3 music visualizer app next week, based on the visualizers in Pixeljunk 4am.
Just in case you forgot, the Ultimate HD version of popular PlayStation Network tower defense game PixelJunk Monsters is coming to PC. In fact, it will be available on August 26th, with some new features added specifically to the Steam release.
PixelJunk Monsters: Ultimate HD is coming to the Vita on July 30 for $14.99.
PixelJunk Monsters "Ultimate HD" is coming to Vita, with revised OLED visuals, touch support, the Encore expansion and PSP's Deluxe features.
Star Fox originally started off as a first-person 3D flight game called Starglider. But the "language barrier" helped Nintendo and Dylan Cuthbert discover the game's true identity.
The trials and tribulations of building a canned soup empire in space are revealed in the first gameplay trailer for PixelJunk Inc from Q-Games, the mysterious game formerly known only by its codename PixelJunk 1-6. Unusually for Q, PixelJunk Inc will debut on PC, hitting Mac and Linux too.
Q-Games' delightful PixelJunk series began life on PlayStation 3 and has only recently tentatively dipped its toe in the PC pool, but the next game is unexpectedly debuting on PC and may not see release elsewhere at all. PixelJunk 1-6, as it's codenmed, is largely under wraps for now, but will feature co-op and "probably like a gajillion" robots.
To celebrate its five year anniversary, developer Q-Games is having a sale. For a limited time, many PixelJunk games will be available for only $1.
PixelJunk 4am finally has a release date: May 15th. The app will be available in two flavors: a full release, and a free viewer that allows you to watch--but not create--live performances.
The bizarre music creation app "PixelJunk 4am"--and free viewer app--will be available on PS3 some time in "Spring."
Q-Games is bringing PixelJunk Eden to Steam next week, complete with the Encore add-on and some PC-exclusive features.
After months of closed beta testing, PixelJunk Monsters Online is officially open to all on Facebook. After a number of successful games on PlayStation Network, this is developer Q-Games' first foray into social games with the PixelJunk brand.
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.
Key members of the development team discus Star Fox 64 3D and reminisce about the earlier games in the series in the latest Iwata Asks interview.