Bit.Trip. Runner News
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It's 8:28 AM, reads my iPad. I live two blocks from work, so I never have to rush over in the morning. I like to be at my desk a little after 9:00, which means I need to leave by, well, pretty much 9:00. You know a developer's gotten it right, however, when you tell youself "oh, just one more try." Read More?
Shame on you, gamers, if you haven't played anything in the consistently-excellent Bit.Trip series from Gaijin Games on WiiWare. Considering how difficult it's been for WiiWare games to garner notable word-of-mouth, however, I don't really blame you. That won't stop me from shamelessly recommending that you keep your eyes on Bit.Trip.Runner,...
There is something genuinely intriguing about a platforming game that incorporates rhythm-based mechanics that turn your characters movements into parts of the game’s soundtrack. That’s probably why Patrick Klepek was so pleased to get his hands on the latest nostalgia infused, chiptune-fest Bit.Trip Runner at GDC 2010. Speaking of...
I don't blame most gamers for being unfamiliar with the consistently excellent BIT.TRIP series on WiiWare. Nintendo does a poor job promoting their downloadable partners and the clumsy Wii interface makes generating word-of-mouth for WiiWare games a difficult proposition. But, readers, it's essential that the next BIT.TRIP game from Gaijin...
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