A.V Club: PixelJunk Shooter Review

Time and time again, the PixelJunk series has proven adept at crafting clever, fresh games derived from simple, played-out concepts: Monsters made tower-defense titles viable again in an overcrowded field, and Eden reminded gamers how immersive straightforward exploration can be. PixelJunk Shooter is a bit of a misnomer-while it's as charmingly lo-fi and trippy as its predecessors, it doesn't let you blow up everything to your heart's content. Well, you can, but that won't get you far.

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