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Review: Nom Nom Galaxy (PlayStation 4)

Nom Nom Galaxy (PlayStation 4)

Interstellar soup seller

Q-Games' PixelJunk series has always had its own quirky style, and while the developer's experiments may not have always hit the mark, they've at worst been worth a look. With the company's latest game Nom Nom Galaxy landing on PlayStation 4 – after hitting Steam Early Access last year – it's time to find out what the...

News: How the PS4's Social Features Inspired Forthcoming Exclusive The Tomorrow Children

How the PS4's Social Features Inspired Forthcoming Exclusive The Tomorrow Children

Off to work we go

Back when Q-Games announced The Tomorrow Children at Gamescom 2014 earlier in the year, this editor recalls spending close to an hour trying to understand what the game is all about. The product of Sony’s long-running relationship with the Kyoto studio, this intriguing indie inspired by the Cold War and Soviet Union is one of...

News: So, What Does PixelJunk Mean Anyway?

So, What Does PixelJunk Mean Anyway?

Unearthed secrets

We already know that PixelJunk is the name of one of the PlayStation Network’s most popular brands, but where did it get its title from? Developer Q-Games has laid out the reasoning in a brand new FAQ, which tackles pretty much everything you could ever want to know about the Kyoto-based developer. According to the document,...

News: PixelJunk and Lumines Developers Release New Record

PixelJunk and Lumines Developers Release New Record

Real time

Kyoto-based developer Q-Games may be best known for its work on the PixelJunk franchise, but the studio has been quietly expanding its portfolio into rock and roll over the past couple of months. Designed as a distraction to keep morale high during hectic coding sessions, the studio has formed a trip-hop supergroup known as The Electric...

News: PixelJunk Celebrates Anniversary in Style

PixelJunk Celebrates Anniversary in Style

Monstrous savings

Those of you lucky enough to reside in North America will be able to scoop up copies of PixelJunk Racers, PixelJunk Monsters, PixelJunk Eden and PixelJunk Shooter for just $1 from today. It’s all part of Q-Games' ongoing ten year anniversary celebrations. In addition, the more recent

News: PixelJunk Sidescroller Drops Onto The PlayStation Store Next Week

PixelJunk Sidescroller Drops Onto The PlayStation Store Next Week

Q-Games has attached an October 25th / October 26th release date to PixelJunk Sidescroller in North America and Europe respectively

The old-school space blaster is based on the secret Road To Dawn bonus stage in PixelJunk Shooter 2. "I really can't emphasise enough how really, really good old school fun SideScroller has turned out to be,"...

News: TGS 11: Q-Games' Awesome PlayStation Move Music Tool Now Known As PixelJunk 4am

TGS 11: Q-Games' Awesome PlayStation Move Music Tool Now Known As PixelJunk 4am

Q-Games and Baiyon's impressive looking/sounding motion controlled music sequencer will be known as PixelJunk 4am when it launches

The game was originally announced as PixelJunk Lifelike. The game — which is hard to explain — allows you to use the PlayStation Move controller to manipulate music in 3D space. In essence: it's a niche but...

News: New PixelJunk Sidescroller Trailer Blasts Its Way Online

New PixelJunk Sidescroller Trailer Blasts Its Way Online

Q-Games has released a brand new trailer for the stunning looking PixelJunk Sidescroller

The game's still without a release date, but Q-Games' Ariel Angelotti promises that the studio is "hard at work making it oodles of fun all the while incorporating retro goodness, love, and a little bit of cheese into it". Uh-huh. The game itself looks...