[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”PixelJunk: Monsters Ultimate HD” developers=”Double Eleven” publishers=”Double Eleven” platforms=”PC/Vita” genres=”” release_date=”Out Now” version_played=”PC/Vita”]
Can the Tikiman save his tribe, or is he doomed to end up lonely in his forest as the monsters run over his little hut?
Before I begin, I would like to point out that I have not played Pixeljunk: Monsters in any way, shape or form before, so this review will be from that point of view: from someone who is completely new to the game.
Monsters Ultimate began making a sensation on the PSN, first as a PlayStation 3 exclusive, and then because of its success, finding its way to the other portable handhelds by Sony as well. The game has always had a good reception, so it was about time that it made its way to the PC, all thanks to steam!
The premise of the game is simple, you are the Tikiman, defender of the forest, and it’s up to you to defend your forest dominion of the nasty monsters that creep their way in to kill your offspring. Unfortunately, you have not the strength to defend them on your own, but you do however, possess the power to modify the trees in your dominion into watchful defence towers. So you must be strategic, make the proper defences, and defend your children! AIM FOR THE RAINBOW!