If you've already beat the previous two islands, trying to gain medals for each challenge will give you a whole other goal to obsess over, but if you've never played PixelJunk Monsters before, well, there's no better time than now!
A solid gameplay with variated styles of playing,a lot of level with great difficulty if you are not into Tower Defense games,with a Co-Op Mode to play with friends,and a multiplayer,you have to unlock places,levels and towers to make this a fully game experience for a very cheap price.
On one hand you've got a fiendishly hard single-player game that taxes the mind as much as the reflexes, and on the other there's a more considered two-player game with a slower pace and more tactical play.
This game is so good. I have played it for more than 4 months and am trying to get all the rainbows. It is tough. The Vita is the perfect fit for this game. I can choose to control with the right or left stick and sometimes I switch, it feels very natural to do this. Graphics are crisp and clear, sounds are okay, the game play is where it's at. If a command and conquer comes out for the Vita, I would check that out in an instant. Really recommended!
SummaryThe addictive world of PixelJunk Monsters goes on the move with the arrival of PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe. Combining the popular PlayStation 3 original strategy title with its follow-up expansion pack, Encore, PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe boasts all the gameplay of its PS3 counterpart with fresh new content and added portability. Defend your...