Game Focus writes: "Q-Games and Sony Japan have released another interesting game which defy a clear place in any one genre and could clearly be given its own genre called 'Puzzle on LSD'. With this being the third Pixel Junk game on the Playstation network, after 'Pixel Junk Monsters' and 'Pixel Junk Monsters Encore' it is obvious Q-Games will continue to deliver unique and compelling titles, but how does this title stack up and does it deserve your money and is 'Eden' a bad trip?
One of the most interesting downloadable games we have seen or played on any one platform is no doubt Pixel Junk Eden. Starting out in an almost barren garden you begin by jumping up and spin around collecting these items called Spectra, which have been scattered across gardens, using Spectra you grow plants allowing you to reach higher points and collect more Spectra. Finally reaching your goal, clearing the garden and moving to the next level and then you repeat. Basically that is all there is to the game, but the game has a fluid presentation mixed with this addictive need to reach the next garden that is very appealing."