Anyone that knows me well knows that I am unnaturally obsessed with PixelJunk Monsters. I still play the game at least two nights a week, and since I have finished the majority of the levels, I just try to get the trophies from the Encore release (which are insanely hard). I think I find the music soothing, or maybe I really like to collect coins, or perhaps it has something to do with the satisfaction of killing those fat floaty guys. Whatever it is, in my mind, Monsters is a perfect game.
Apparently, I must not be the only one who would kill a baby to get a sequel, because Q-Games' Dylan Cuthbert mentioned the possibility of a sequel at Tokyo Game Show. Joystiq reports that while the sequel would be far into the future, it would be part of a "series 2" that Q-Games is envisioning -- in which all titles are 3D instead of 2D (three-dimensional, rather than retro style 2D).
Well, this is like, one of my gaming dreams. MORE PixelJunk! So what did I do? Promptly marched over to the Q-Games website to send them an email, of course. I want them to know this fan wants that sequel! If you love Monsters as much as I do, please do the same by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's make it happen, people! I want to see my little Tiki friends dancing again!
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