95w ago - Q-Games President and Executive Producer Dylan Cuthbert has made available a video tutorial today for PixelJunk Shooter 2 PSN online battles.
To quote: You saw us delve into the totally twisted minds of real life survivors in PixelJunk Shooter 2: The Survivor Files.
In the next installment of PixelJunk Shooter 2 video goodness, Q-Games presents a unique, documentary-style twist to the tutorial formula in our new PixelJunk Shooter 2 Online Battle Tutorial: Frolicking with Fleck!
Who here as been hesitant to hop into the PixelJunk Shooter 2 multiplayer fray? Are you too afraid to get your tail kicked by the hardcore vets? Well, join "Dustin Fleck," our esteemed narrator and battling expert, as he takes you back to Online Battle Basics.
With great panache and verve, he'll show you how to hone the twitch reflexes you'll need to succeed in battle. And since the (free!) Shooter 2 multiplayer demo has been released, I'm sure there's plenty of fresh blood for you to take advantage of. You'll be an online battling stud in minutes!
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97w ago - Q-Games Limited President and Executive Producer Dylan Cuthbert has announced today PixelJunk Shooter 2 free online battle stage GET is hitting Sony's PlayStation Network.
To quote: PixelJunk Shooter 2 is unleashing its FREE online battle demo via PSN now. Go start the download! Go on. It'll be done by the time you finish reading this.
We're putting big bounties on the heads of higher-ranked players (especially those in our Sun League), and PixelJunk Shooter 2 staff will be in the mix. Join in the assault on our Veteran players this weekend.
So what's in it for the Veterans? The PixelJunk team would like present you with a new battleground. From July 15th, we will be uncovering a hidden stage for PixelJunk Shooter 2′s online battles.
This stage will be made available to all players for FREE as a salute to your battling prowess. I should advise you though that while dredging up this ancient stage, a few blocks might have come loose. You've been warned...
As an extra hat tip to our online battling brethren (both seasoned and fresh), we're going to share some data with you on current popular item trends. From our statistics, we've calculated your expected "chance of winning" when equipping certain items:
117w ago - Q-Games Ltd President and Executive Producer Dylan Cuthbert has confirmed that PixelJunk Shooter 2 hits PSN today with a new Online Battle Mode.
To quote: The sequel to the technically and critically acclaimed PixelJunk Shooter will be with us later today!
It continues where the original left off, leaving you trapped in the deep dark bowels of an enormous alien entity.
Fight through the backwash and encounter the weird and terrible monsters that are living in the alien's gut, force your way through putrid stomach acid and strange slippery bubbly stuff, and be totally grossed out by thousands of iddy-biddy insects that come pouring out of strange pulsating larvae when you mix water with it.
Yes, this is a game you probably want to avoid playing immediately after eating, and you might feel a little queasy the next time you are staring down Sparrow-on-a-stick (a Kyoto traditional cruisine).
But wait... PixelJunk Shooter 2 isn't all about dieting and worm control! It has vast new worlds to explore that aren't part of an organism's digestive track, and new technologies too, such as the Hungry Suit and the Light Suit and a whole load more.
Use the new R3 spin-attack to wipe out chains of enemies at a time and revel in the destructive mayhem...
147w ago - Sony's Senior Social Media Specialist Sid Shuman has shared a hands-on video today spotlighting PixelJunk Shooter 2 for the PlayStation 3 entertainment system.
Q-Games and Dylan Cuthbert are cooking up plenty of new tricks for PixelJunk Shooter 2, the follow-up to the 2009 PSN title that mixed retro-styled audio-visuals with progressive gameplay mechanics.
But once I picked up the controller at last week's NYC PlayStation media day, I discovered that PixelJunk Shooter 2 expands upon this formula in several key ways.
Light and dark. I quickly learned that darkness is not your friend in PixelJunk Shooter 2. Traveling though a dark area for more than a few seconds will attract invulnerable apparitions - the spectral remnants of a "lost civilization" -- and almost instant death.
Faced with a long, shadowy tunnel, I turned my cannons on a nearby phosphorescent mushroom. While it bobbed like a metronome, I was able to stay within its small orb of light to pass through the tunnel unscathed.
That's when I discovered another threat lurking in the darkness: worm-like parasites that latched onto my ship's hull and slowed my movement to a crawl. Once exposed to light, the worms...