The ridiculously good Bit.Trip Runner has a sequel, of sorts, on the way. It's not part of the Bit.Trip series, though, so it's simply called Runner 2. Which about sums up what's going on.
The adventures of Commander Video are served six ways in the new Bit.Trip Saga, the Nintendo 3DS compilation that will included every Bit.Trip game released by developer Gaijin Games. Not only do you get Bit. Trip Beat, you get Core, Void, Runner, Fate and Flux.
Could Valve actually release Portal 2 ahead of schedule, forcing us to rethink the properties of the universal constant known as Valve Time? Because the developer of Bit.Trip Beat, one of the title participating in Valve's Potato Sack Pack offer and its associated alternate reality game, are hinting at that very thing.
It's been a long, strange trip for Commander Video of Gaijin Games' Bit.Trip series, but he's finally coming home. Check out the official trailer for Bit.Trip Flux, the sixth and final stop on the Bit.Trip train.
Gaijin Games compromises my ability to deliver a concise game description with Bit.Trip Fate, a rhythm-based on-rails twin stick bullet hell shooter. I guess that wasn't too bad.
The prevalence of helicopters in Call of Duty: Black Ops could lead to uncontrollable cravings for a game that features only helicopters. Do these screens of Apache: Air Assault satisfy the craving?
Tired of rhythm games filled with glitz and glam, high-priced plastic instruments, and licensed music you may or may not enjoy? Commander Video comes to the rescue with Gaijin Games' latest WiiWare title, Bit.Trip Runner.
The stylish and always tricky Bit.Trip music series returned with a surprise third entry on display this weekend in Seattle. I believe this is the Bit.Trip game I'll be good at.
Aksys Games and developer Gaijin Games unveil Bit.Trip Bit, a rhythm action game that takes retro past the Nintendo Entertainment System, landing squarely in Atari 2600 territory.