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PixelJunk Monsters headed to Steam with online co-op


11:15 AM on 08.02.2013
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Even though I'd rather get my hands on PixelJunk Inc. than double dip on yet another Q-Games title, PixelJunk Monsters Ultimate is tempting. It's coming to Steam on August 26, 2013 with local and online cooperative play, gamepad support, an island that spits out randomly-generated levels, and other miscellaneous extras.

Now, here's the thing. It's $19.99 regularly, or $16.99 right now during pre-release pricing. That's not an unfair price to pay for what is a terrific tower defense game but, in the land of Steam sales -- especially so soon after the summer promotion -- I can see it being a tough sell.






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