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PixelJunk Eden as a testing ground for future PS3 tech

Before PixelJunk Monsters went online Q Games developed a series of tech demos for the PSP and tinkered with 3D ducks for the PlayStation 3 visual showcase. The Kyoto based studio is comfortable toying with new technology. PixelJunk Eden continues the trend. Q Games is equipping the game with rumble, remote play, YouTube video sharing, and for the first time ever mysterious "trophies". Q Games is also experimenting with Baiyon, a Japanese multimedia artist, for the soundtrack, but that's for another article.

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Looking into the future, it's going to be interesting to see if third parties embrace these unique features after pioneers like Q Games try them.

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Silogon3777d ago

These are some of the most talented PS3 developers around. I wish these guys nothing but success cause I've enjoyed both their games a great deal on the PSN and look forward to more from them.

CrashSharc3777d ago

I don't think anybody can deny that PSN has some of the most original titles on consoles (although few). I simply can't wait for PJ Eden. It looks totally cool. I can so imagine playing this to some Pink Floyd ;)

iHEARTboobs3777d ago

I like the way you think! Turn the lights down low, pop in some Floyd, pack a bowl if you're into that, and play some PixelJunk Eden. haha good times.

Lanontscuz3777d ago

i can not wait till Eden comes out looks like a very relaxing game to play...