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  • Q-Games Pres: PixelJunk steering clear of PSP because of piracy

    Well, this is no good. Q-Games President Dylan Cuthbert has tweeted that Sony’s infinitely pirateable portable probably won’t be seeing any more of his company’s flagship franchise. “I don’t think we’ll port anything else to the PSP, we have to see how [PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe] does as there’s a *lot* of piracy,” he said. When […]

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  • PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe out this Thursday

    PixelJunk Monsters will release for PSP this Thursday, Sony’s confirmed. The Q Games tower defence effort features a new island, a new trap tower, new enemies and online play. Watch dev boss Dylan Cuthbert talk it up after the break.

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  • PixelJunk Shooter for December release in Japan

    Q Games boss Dylan Cuthbert has confirmed that PixelJunk Shooter will release in Japan in December via the magic of Twitter. Here’s the tweet: The playable demo on our booth will be the very latest Shooter, release date – well, for Japan it is December. The “booth” bit is TGS. Which happens this week. Which […]

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  • Q Games says cost for PS3 Dynamic Themes development "far exceeds" any profits

    Q Games’ Dylan Cuthbert has said that it’s unlikely to earn any money developing dynamic themes for PS3, and is pleased with the system it helped create for Sony. The studio head admits that the firm is “proud” to also be one of the first developers to create themes for the system which adds interactivity […]

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  • CESA release partial game and speakers list for Tokyo Games Show 2009

    The Tokyo Games Show starts on September 24, and the CESA has released a partial list of games that will be present for the event. Seems like there is a games conference every month, doesn’t it? Some of the speakers lined up include Sony’s Kaz Hirai delivering a keynote, Haruhiro Tsujimoto the president and COO […]

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  • PixelJunk Shooter, Comic Con, a gameplay video

    The first proper gameplay video of Pixeljunk Shooter’s appeared from Comic Con. Watch it after the break. You fly around and shoot stuff. Looks puzzley. Also, no-brainer. Suck, see.

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  • PixelJunk Shooter is good, say websites

    Kotaku and Gamespot have both posted up impressions of Q Games’ Pixeljunk shooter. It’s awesome, apparently. It’s “amazingly addicting,” says Kotaku. Fair enough. It’s out for PSN later this year.

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  • PixelJunk 1-4 named "Shooter"

    Q’s Dylan Cuthbert just confirmed the name of PixelJunk 1-4 as PixelJunk Shooter. The moniker’s the result of a naming competition that drew more than 10,000 entries. A demo’s promised for E3, and Cuthbert’s confirmed co-op play in that post. Have a read.

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  • Q-games give walk-thru of PixelJunk 1-4

    In the PixelJunk1-4 video posted after the break, producer Matt Morton provides a walk-thu of the gameplay. If you have been aching to get your hands on the next bit of PixelJunk, you’ll wanna watch it. You can also hit up the US PS Blog for more, if you like.

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  • PixelJunk 1-4 gets first video, naming contest opened

    Q Games has released the first video of PixelJunk 1-4 in action – get it after the break. The firm’s also opened a naming competition for the title, which appears to be some kind of strategic shooter with water and lava. Look and see.

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  • PixelJunk Eden Encore to release next week

    Q Games’ Dylan Cuthbert’s announced via Twitter that PixelJunk Eden Encore will release on PSN next week. “You really don’t want to miss out on this one,” said the developer. “It’s jam-packed with cool!” Cuthbert showed off Eden Encore at GDC last month. The Japan-based boss confirmed yesterday that a demo’s in the works for […]

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  • Video shows how PixelJunk gets made

    There’s a video after the break of Dylan Cuthbert wandering about the Q Games office in Kyoto, showing off the PixelJunk team and explaining why no one wears shoes to work. It’s mesmerising. Watch it.

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  • GDC: No joy for PixelJunk at Independent Games Festival

    The Independent Games Festival winners have been unveiled, and although nominated in several categories, Q-Games’ PixelJunk Eden came away empty handed. Better luck next year, eh? See the full roster over at Indie Games.

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  • GDC: PixelJunk Eden was profitable within 24 hours of launch

    You’d be forgiven for thinking that iPhone was the only way to make any money in game after the first few days of GDC. Not so. “PixelJunk Eden made its return on investment within 24 hours,” Sony’s Susan Panico told the GamesBeat crowd today as an illustration of what can go very right about PSN […]

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  • PixelJunk Eden Encore out in April

    Q Games’ Dylan Cuthbert’s confirmed that PixelJunk Eden Encore will release next month. “Eden Encore will be coming out very soon in April,” said the developer on the PS Blog. “Get ready for zero gravity, mirror worlds, all new music from Baiyon, and we’ve added something extra special at the end which is a Big […]

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  • Pixel Junk Eden patch on its way

    Q-Game’s Dylan Cuthbert has told us via PSBlog that a patch for Pixel Junk Eden will be released tomorrow on the US PSN. As for what it fixes: We’ve gone ahead and fixed and added a few things to try and get as many people to play Eden as possible, as it really is a […]

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  • PixelJunk Eden demo in July

    According to this SixthAxis report, Q-Games boss Dylan Cuthbert has confirmed that a playable demo is planned for PixelJunk Eden in July. So there we are.

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  • GDC: PixelJunk Eden announced - trailer

    Q-Games president Dylan Cuthbert has shown off PixelJunk Eden, the next game in the company’s series of downloadable, 2D titles at GDC. Trailer below. Cuthbert said the game will be released via PSN this summer.

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