Destructoid interview: Q-Games' Dylan Cuthbert

With only two games in the bag, Kyoto-based developer Q-Games are already making a name for themselves. While their first game, the PlayStation Network title PixelJunk Racers, only turned a few heads, it's been PixelJunk Monsters that has truly caught the attention of the gaming community.

Recently, Destructoid had a chance to chat with the studios founder, Dylan Cuthbert. Destructoid probed him on the genesis of Q-Games and "PixelJunk," the unique creatures of PixelJunk Monsters, what he learned from his time with Nintendo (Cuthbert played a pivotal role in the development of the original Star Fox), and the future of Q-Games and the PixelJunk series.

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GodsHand3612d ago

Pixel Junk Monsters is a great game, but rather difficult to achieve prefect even on easy. I have yet to even try medium.

I wasn't to thrilled playing the racer demo, I will have to play the demo of the upcoming release.

But PJM is a fantastic game to pass the time by.

Baba19063612d ago (Edited 3612d ago )

i need an addon for PJM. i loooooove to play that game with friends. coop rules. a map editor would be perfect and the possiblity to share them online.

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