Summary: PixelJunk Monsters is a title that helps strengthen the quality offerings of the PlayStation Network. With an easy to learn experience and a game with unlimited replayability, it comes to no surprise that this title should be looked at as a steal for a measly $7.99.
Excerpt: If you've played Desktop Tower Defense , you already have a good idea of what to expect from PixelJunk Monsters . The goal of the game is to defeat successive waves of enemies by building a series of upgradeable towers.
Excerpt: Date: 2/4/2008 PixelJunk Monsters is one of those games with pretty simple mechanics that manage to create a game with a surprising amount of depth. It's not as easy to succeed in the game as it is to play, which will undoubtedly lead to some frustration for some gamers.
Excerpt: Anyone familiar with Q-Games' first instalment of the PixelJunk series, PixelJunk Racers, will be forgiven if they expected this next outing to be equally unimpressive. Fortunately, however, Monsters is as far removed from Racers as possible, and is hands down one of the most addictive titles...
Excerpt: I'll fully admit that I wasn't really sure Dylan Cuthbert and his Q Games crew were quite up to the task of delivering a handful of simple game concepts to the PlayStation Network after the generally solid but otherwise unremarkable slot car distraction , count your blessings.
Excerpt: Name: PixelJunk Monsters Genre: Tower Defense Platforms: Playstation Network The genre of Tower Defense has, for a while, remained exclusive to its PC roots. Its concept is pretty simple: build different types of towers to stop waves of enemies from reaching a particular spot.