The King of Games is a legendary shirt designer, combining their sharp designs with high-quality shirts. Of course, they charge out the nose, at 3,800 yen ($40) per shirt. They've had some fantastic shirts in the past, like this pricey ($55) Mother shirt, along with countless Mario items. Next up on their list? Why, it's none other than the PixelJunk series.
Two shirt designs are coming out: one for the PixelJunk series in general, sporting the logo against a white background, with the Q-Games logo on the back, and the other specifically for PixelJunk Eden Encore, featuring a row of all the stage icons in blue set against a brown background.
Add these shirts to your collection of Japan x Game from Uniqlo, and you'll be set in terms of your fashionable yet geek-tastic clothing. Personally, I prefer these subdued designs, despite the fact that PixelJunk Eden is such a vibrant and busy game. It makes these shirts a good base for other shirts, if you're looking to go with a--right. This isn't Destructoid's fashion corner.
I'll go do that over on Japanator.
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