For the rest of the week, we’ll be sharing Tokyo Game Show show-floor interviews in which developers of PlayStation exclusives answer your questions.
When the convention center at Makuhari Messe opened its doors, our first meeting was with Q-Games’ Dylan Cuthbert. As is customary with this Kyoto-based team, every time you see them, they’re showing something new. We’ll be reporting on some new PixelJunk Shooter level reveals soon, but first –PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe is complete and ready to roll out this week (October 1) on PSP.
In this interview featuring new footage, Dylan details the new island, new trap tower, new enemies, and online play.