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Submitted by iWaggle3D 1357d ago | interview

INTERVIEW | PixelJunk 4am (Q-Games)

Formally known as PixelJunk Lifelike but since renamed PixelJunk 4am, the first (and hopefully not the last) foray into the wild lands of motion controls by Japanese studio Q-Games is quite unlike anything you've ever "touched" with PlayStation Move before. iWaggle3D talks to the devs to learn more... (PixelJunk 4am, Playstation Move, PS3, Q-Games)

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