Q-Games to tweak PixelJunk PSN games

Eden and Monsters difficulty addressed.

Q-Games has a pair of patches prepared for PSN games PixelJunk Eden and PixelJunk Monsters.

Eden is in line for "a more namby pamby mode for the 'lighter' people out there", developer boss Dylan Cuthbert told TheBBPS.com. He hints that we may see more gameplay modes based around the swinging mechanic, too.

PixelJunk Monsters will be broken into four difficulty levels to help ease multi-skilled people in; extreme mode will be added to the easy, medium, and hard options.

Cuthbert gave no indication of when these patches will arrive, which is about as useful as Michael Jackson's original face.

Head over to our PixelJunk Eden and PixelJunk Monsters reviews to find out more.

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