Also Known As
PixelJunk Lifelike
Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • US 15th May 2012, $9.99
  • EU 15th May 2012, £6.49
Controller Support


  • Review PixelJunk 4am (PlayStation 3)

    All night long

    Making music is hard. Ask any budding music producer and they’ll tell you that learning the intricacies of Reason is more challenging than trying to platinum Dark Souls while blindfolded. PixelJunk 4am, the new downloadable title from PSN stalwarts Q-Games, attempts to erode that learning curve by transforming the PlayStation Move...

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PixelJunk 4am News

  • News PixelJunk 4am Launch Trailer Wiggles Online


    There’s really not much to add to this article beyond what’s already included in the delightfully descriptive headline. Embedded below you’ll find the launch trailer for PixelJunk 4am, which is due for release on the PlayStation Network this week. The trailer shows Japanese musician and PixelJunk collaborator Baiyon looking serious as...

  • News 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 4am Public Beta Hits the Stage

    Turn it up

    PlayStation Plus subscribers will find a nice surprise tucked away under the premium compartment of the PlayStation Store this evening. Developer Q-Games has released the public beta for its brilliant Move powered music endeavour, PixelJunk 4am. The trial appears to be exclusive to European users at the moment, with North America set to...

  • News PixelJunk 4am Dances onto PSN in May

    Midnight fever

    Q-Games’ stellar looking Move powered music tool PixelJunk 4am is set to release on the PlayStation Network on 15th May. It’ll launch alongside a free application allowing you to tune into other players’ live performances. The final game will feature five songs comprising four different tracks: drums, bass, rhythm and synth...

  • News Q-Games Shows Off PixelJunk 4am

    Late night fever

    Last week we tried our very best to explain why you should have PixelJunk 4am on your radar, but it’s a hard game to describe using words. The music creation suite – which uses PlayStation Move to allow you to manipulate sounds in 3D space – demands some visual (and audio) context in order to highlight its genius, and...

  • News PixelJunk 4am Dancing onto PSN this Spring

    A musical journey

    PixelJunk 4am is not a game. Q Games’ Rowan Parker describes it as a more of an “instrument than a game”. The title – which has been developed in collaboration with DJ Baiyon – sees you using the PlayStation Move controller to manipulate music. Everything is handled with gestures; you are essentially creating sounds in 3D...

  • News The PixelJunk Series Will Make You Move

    Get the party started

    Q-Games' fantastic PixelJunk series has played a major role in bringing PSN to life. Titles like PixelJunk Monsters and PixelJunk Shooter are instantly familiar to most PS3 gamers: not only do they boast superb gameplay quality, but with each new title they somehow manage to also bring an addictive gameplay style that entirely...

  • News PixelJunk Lifelike Brings the Noise to PlayStation Move

    Q-Games' latest a mesh of music and oddity

    The digital wizards at Q-Games have produced plenty of entries in the PixelJunk series for PS3, with Racers, Monsters, Shooter and Eden all available on the PlayStation Store. Now the company has once again teamed up with Japanese musician and Eden collaborator Baiyon to produce a new music-related title,...

About The Game

An "audio visual composer", whatever that is.