Summary: Multiplayer without multiplayer. If it only had multiplayer it would be great multiplayer but it has no multiplayer so it is not multiplayer. Ps3 has multplayer, my pc could emulate 5 ps3. I should have 10players i have 1. is this 150 characters? how many words do i need to say just that this game has no multiplayer alltough it is multiplayer.
Summary: PixelJunk Eden is utterly tedious. You control a nondescript creature jumping around a nondescript landscape, against a soundtrack seemingly cribbed from the playlist of wine bar in 2006 If you're baked out of your skull you might find this excellent. Play it sober and you'll soon switch it off. The entire game seems to be based on trial and error, but there's no reward for getting things right- just more trial and error.
Summary: Honestly, don't know what everyone saw in this game. Floaty mechanics, lots of trial an error to get where you want. Just putting a beautiful visual and electronic music together does not make automatically this a great game. Second PixelJunk game I tried (the other is SideScroller) and no big impressions so far...
Summary: PixelJunk Eden is the only game in it's category What category that is? To be honest this category has no name...it's a way of being that goes beyond words. It's visually absorbing you and the gameplay is so unique and in a different reality that I have to urge everybody to at least play thos game once before you die. Only that way the this game reveals itself to you. Words fail at describing the contents of this game i ...JUST DO IT!
Summary: In theory, I really like this game. It gives you beautiful 2D playgrounds remotely resembling gardens with a very stylized look and hypnotic, if repetitive, electronic music where your task is to collect pollen. They float around in bigger pollen balls which, if you or your thread on which you swing through the levels touch them, burst open and release said pollen, slowly descending to the ground.
Summary: This is a great game. Some slam it for the difficulty curve, but I found it's pretty good. The problem there is that you're doing most of your work at very high altitudes, so if you flub some acrobatics, you may fall all the way to the ground and waste all your remaining time trying to climb back - it's stressful.