Sony releases GDC tech demo for PixelJunk 4am

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 10 March 2012 17:26 GMT

Sony has posted a tech demo of PixelJunk 4am featuring Q-Game’s Rowan Parker, showing off how the rhythm-action-music-game works, exactly.

In the game, players will use the Move controller to “tell the music what to do,” and the game will have its own radio broadcasting station through PSN where players can stream their sessions live.

A free Viewer will be available to everyone at launch and downloadable through PSN so that even those who do not purchase the game can see all the player creations.

4am is out this spring.

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