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PixelJunk 4am To Perform This Spring

Posted on Friday, March 2 @ 15:21:17 PST by Jonathan_Leack

According to Q-Games, the next title from the PixelJunk series, PixelJunk 4am, will be releasing on the PlayStation Store just in time for Spring break. Get your glowsticks and a pair of Nikes ready.

PixelJunk 4am was originally known as PixelJunk Lifelike, but had a sex change last September. The premise of the title is as simple as any: to visualize a music experience. The game will provide a deeply hypnotizing experience while it plays either the music included or some of your own. You'll be able to use your dusty PlayStation Move to interact with the music which is also reflected in the visuals. In other words, it's going to be a virtualized turntable for less than the price of a taxi.

If you've ever wanted to feel like a raver or make your neighbor think you're even more of a psycho, this is your game. Stay tuned for the official release date.
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