It never takes a lot of thought to realize a finished portrait, for a beautiful piece to a long and hard effort. Pixeljunk Eden is the very cloth from which the artistic aspirations of gameplay are brought to life before our very eyes. From the colorful and creative minds of Kyoto developer Q-Games, the uncomely rush through Eden makes for a new downloadable entry to the PixelJunk series. This is the stunning reality of PixelJunk Eden, a new and exuberant take to platform gaming focused on a rubescent and lively world. The stage is made and the entire scenery is set before every player’s eyes as they create a nimiety of ennobled emotions that spring from the very sight of something so extraordinary in PixelJunk Eden, only available for the PlayStation 3. As the world grows, and the lush scenery evolves, it seems more obvious with every speeding minute that PixelJunk Eden is transient to the frame it lies on through unpatrolled yet simple gameplay and dynamic intensity.
The simplicity of the PixelJunk Eden core makes for a gaming benison combined with the minutia of detail in other aspects. As a small and interestingly titled creature called “Grimp”, derived cleverly from the words grip and jump, your main objective is to explore a setting with animadversion of various colors and sound while smashing into enemies and in turn helping the alien plants to transform and grow as a result of your actions. When these plants grow as a result of your help, you can utilize their very magnanimous nature to swing and rise between them to get further through the undergrowth and gather all the energy and light from the level before expires. While the main aspect of PixelJunk is the same, the overall journey is a convivial one.
It’s not just the art that makes PixelJunk Eden a really mellow journey through the pedals of the euphoric plants that are a part of it but the music creates for a mood that has that uniqueness we’ve all seen from PlayStation Network titles, especially fl0w. Tomohisa Kuramitsu, known as Baiyon, helped creating amazing music that fleshed with his own previous history in art in the past and made a soundtrack that creates beautiful electronic melodies for PixelJunk Eden.
PixelJunk Eden osculates players by rewarding them as the first PSN title to launch with Trophy Support . There are literally dozens of trophies. Need a list? Here it is:
All Seeds 01 – Open all seeds in garden 01
All Seeds 02 – Open all seeds in garden 02
All Seeds 03 – Open all seeds in garden 03
All Seeds 04 – Open all seeds in garden 04
All Seeds 05 – Open all seeds in garden 05
All Seeds 06 – Open all seeds in garden 06
All Seeds 07 – Open all seeds in garden 07
All Seeds 08 – Open all seeds in garden 08
All Seeds 09 – Open all seeds in garden 09
All Seeds 10 – Open all seeds in garden 10
All Gardens Clear – Get a Spectra in each garden
Combo Ten – Pollen Prowler combo x 10
Combo Fifteen – Pollen Prowler combo x 15
The Hundred Thousander – Get 100,000 pollen in one garden
500 Dead Pollen Prowlers – 500 Pollen Prowlers killed
Ten Minute Grimp – Get all 5 Spectra from a garden within 10 minutes
Fifteen Crystals – Get fifteen crystals in a single jump
Zero Wasted Pollen – Open all seeds in a garden without missing any pollen
Three Play Ping Pong – In 3p mode, trapeze jump between two swinging Grimps
All Spectra Found – Get all the Spectra in all gardens
PixelJunk Eden doesn’t just create a seamless transition to a better gameplay experience but springs a great one. PixelJunk Eden also features Youtube video uploading and is the first game to do so while also providing PSP Remote Play. With so many options, gameplay in the Garden of PixelJunk Eden does not get boring.
PixelJunk Eden does not need many details for the simplicity in all it is extravagance and affability. With music that keeps you listening forever, and with gameplay that keeps you entertained for as long as you play it, PixelJunk Eden is a must buy for anyone who own a PlayStation Network account and shouldn’t be a title left to the imagination of the preview button.