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For the second time Q-Games is on a mission to make their own games easier. They did it with PixelJunk Monsters, by adding difficulty settings and increasing the strength of some towers. This time it's PixelJunk Eden's turn to receive the patch treatment, which will make substantial changes to the ...

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No one can doubt the incredible popularity of PixelJunk Monsters. That game continues to sell, months after its release. Now, the PixelJunk team wants you to try Eden, their latest game. As a bonus, they'll give you a free download of the Monsters Encore expansion. The add-on pack adds 15 new leve...

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Sometimes one interview just isn't enough! PlayStation.Blog has posted yet another interview with the artist that brought you the music in PixelJunk Eden. The guy's name is Baiyon and he also served as the art director for the game. As a bonus, the director of the game Tominaga "Tomi" Shouichi wil...

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Our friends at Siliconera have found the creative minds behind the musical landscapes of both PixelJunk Monsters and PixelJunk Eden. The two games are PSN hits, and have rightfully cemented their places in the hearts of PS3 fans everywhere. Otograph was approached about Monsters. Find out more abo...

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Read more 'PixelJunk Eden' stories Having trouble with PixelJunk Eden? We don't blame you. Some of these trophies are pretty tough and most of them are only bronze! It hardly seems worth trying, does it? Don't be silly, we know your inner geek is screaming for more Trophies, no matter how little t...

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Kylie Prymus is the first columnist for PS Fanboy. A Ph.D candidate in philosophy, Kylie specializes in the sociology of technology. Through this new weekly column, Kylie will explore the impact of PlayStation on thought and culture. My PSN profile tells me that I am a Trophy n00b. An abysmal 1st ...

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After writing an open letter explaining his fiancée's frustrations with PixelJunk Monsters' difficulty, BPPS writer Ryan Hewson received a response back from Dylan Cuthbert, president of Q-Games, saying help was on the way. Cuthbert had alluded to a major PJM patch before, but now he explai...

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This is rather unexpected. Considering this would be a spoiler to many, we decided to put this one after the break. You'll see the last level in action, and you'll find out what really-special-feature unlocks at the end of the game. For the impatient ones, skip to 5:20. (It's best watched with ful...

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Got a significant other who isn't into gaming? How about someone you're dating who just doesn't "get" the bleeps and bloops coming from the TV screen? Looking for a game to play with your kid? Well, might we suggest playing PixelJunk Eden with them, which is available now on PSN for $10? The hard-...

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SCEE has come through for us this week. PixelJunk Eden is here, in the form of both a demo and the full game. There's also a demo of Echochrome Micro for PSP owners, a smattering of game videos and the next episode of Movement. But really, that's all secondary to Eden and the glittering trophies co...

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With the game due to hit the PlayStation Store tomorrow, Sony has divulged full details on PixelJunk Eden's Achievements Trophies, including what it'll take to earn 'em all. What's interesting is that out of the 20 up for grabs, 19 are bronze, one is silver, and ... none are gold. But we love gold...

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Read more 'PixelJunk Eden' stories The first game to launch with Trophies is almost here. Finally! This stylishly addictive puzzle/platformer/rhythm game will be available on the PSN Store in the US and Japan tomorrow. No word on Europe, but fingers crossed. We thought you might like to take a pee...

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A post on PlayStation.Blog by the President of Q-games Dylan Cuthbert reveals details about PixelJunk Eden's trophy and YouTube support. You will get a bronze trophy for every "seed" in a stage. Other trophies include destroying 500 "prowlers" or collecting 15 "crystal" in a single jump. Another tr...

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Tomorrow's American PSN update is looking to be pretty big. Our good pal Alexander Sliwinski over at Joystiq has just discovered that a demo for PixelJunk Eden will be arriving tomorrow in the US, a week before the full game arrives on the 31st. Our hands are already clenched around our controllers...

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We just got off the phone with Sony, trying to see if we could get more info on Fat Princess, and were told that the demo for PixelJunk Eden will be available tomorrow with the regular PSN update. We're looking forward to people finally being able to test the game out for themselves, instead of us...

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There's one bit of key advice we learned after out playthrough with PixelJunk Eden at E3 in Los Angeles last week. Simply close your eyes and hibernate until the end of the month -- then you'll be awake with PixelJunk Eden ready on the PSN. This upcoming downloadable title continues the tre...

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PixelJunk Eden is a simple concept boosted by its visuals, sound and co-op gameplay. Much like PixelJunk Monsters, Eden's simplicity in design hides a surprising amount of depth and Q-Games' PixelJunk brand now adds one more feather to its cap, presenting another piece of stand-out quality on the ...

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Since we don't want you to be overwhelmed by the deluge of media emerging from E3, we've picked a bouquet of the best screenshots from Sony first-party PSN lineup, including luscious images from ex-seed expectations experience, Flower. Ratchet & Clank: Quest for Booty, PixelJunk Eden, Fat Princ...

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