Conclusion: It’s rather difficult to fault the game on any conceivable level, but one minor criticism is that the game-length-to-game-price ratio is a bit uneven. The good news is that Q-Games have decided to split the adventure into multiple ‘episodes’ on this occasion, and at the risk of sounding clichéd the...
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Conclusion: What Q Games has given us here is a lesson in restraint. They wanted to bring a retro concept into the modern era, but they did so without giving into the temptation to go off the deep end.
Excerpt: PixelJunk Shooter is the fourth game in the PSN-exclusive PixelJunk series of games, following Racers, Monsters and Eden. Like the other games, Shooter is a throwback with a modern take, this time the top down shooter.
Entertaining sci-fi shooter/puzzler features mild violence.
Common Sense Media
21 April 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that PixelJunk Shooter is a puzzle/shooter hybrid available only through Sony’s online store for the PlayStation 3. Players will spend some of their time shooting hostile alien creatures (which simply disappear when hit) but most of their attention will be focused on how to deal...
Excerpt: Japanese developer Q-Games should be sued under the Trade Descriptions Act. Downloadable PSN game PixelJunk Shooter, the fourth in the quirky and varied series, is much more than a shooter. It would be better titled: PixelJunk Shooter but Mainly a Puzzler, with Great Physics.