Excerpt: This time it’s on the PSP in what looks to be its final and most definitive outing. Pixeljunk Monsters Deluxe includes the complete Pixeljunk Monsters game that was released for the PS3 back in 2008 as well as all of the content that was included in the Pixeljunk Monsters Encore expansion pack.
Conclusion: There should be no weighing of options, no hemming and hawing over whether the $20 asking price is worth it -- it is -- I promise you, it is. Just buy this game, even if you've already finished it on the PS3. And if you haven't? RIP, free time.
PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe Review - Keep Your "Friends" Close
29 October 2009
Excerpt: Plants, zombies, foul mouthed Colorado kids, you name it, they have a tower defense game Which brings us to PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe , an infectiously cute game starring...well, characters that look like Tiki gods defending huts of fuzzy little creatures against waves of monsters like spiders and...
Pros: ...You can't get enough tower defense. ...Lugging around your PS3 and 50" HDTV in order to play PixelJunk Monsters just isn't a feasible option. ...You love cuteness.
Cons: ...You don't like multiplayer. ...You like infinite variety in your games. ...Tiki gods have made you cry ever since that one MTV Spring Break mishap.
Conclusion: Q-Games’ quirky tower defence title is as competent as it is colourful, and the heap of additional content supplied in the PSP version makes it worthy of the deluxe title. Issues with frustration and repetition aside, the quick and accessible nature of the gameplay makes it a vital addition to the...