PixelJunk Monsters 2 Review – Stays True to Its Roots with a Flurry of Welcome Changes

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After a decade, Q-Games has finally returned to the lovable PixelJunk Monsters series still providing loads of defensive strategies and millions of saved chibi babies. PixelJunk Monsters 2 takes the exact same formula from its predecessor and adds a ton of new changes to the mix, but still manages to pull in that same casually challenging feel. With new and improved visuals, 4-player online co-op, the added strategy of elevated terrain and a dash of new monsters, as well as a ton of other new features – PixelJunk Monsters 2 picks up exactly where the original left off. Check out what we have to say in our latest video review covering PixelJunk Monsters 2.

 

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