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Steam Picks Up PS3's PIxeljunk

Posted on Friday, January 27 @ 08:12:54 PST by

Q-Games' Pixeljunk series have become a mainstay on the PlayStation Network. One of their best on the PS3 network platform, Pixeljunk Eden, will be available on Steam starting next week.

The Steam version includes the Pixeljunk Eden 'Encore' DLC pack, and has been tweaked slightly to support mid-level saving among other minor changes. 

Pixeljunk Eden will be priced at $9.99 on Steam, but will be offered at an "early bird" 20% off discount when it releases next week. Eden's 17 track soundtrack will be available separately for $5.99 on Steam, and will also recieve a 20% discount.

This is one of my personal favorite downloadable titles on the PSN. It's a beautiful game, extremely difficult, and the soundtrack is excellent. I highly recommend anyone who hasn't yet played it to pick it up when it goes on sale next week.

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