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1. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 22:07 BST
Okay, I do not own a Nintendo Wii system (But I play my friends all the time), so I have NO idea what BIT. TRIP is. Youtube and Wiki did not help. I need to have like a description or something about each game. Because many people say "Flux" is there favorite game of all time, so please help BIT. TRIP fans!
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2. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 22:21 BST
There are demos up of various BIT.TRIP games including RUNNER which I consider the best of the series. Try them out!
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3. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 22:21 BST
They're a bunch of retro style games. Here's a brief description of the ones I've played.
Beat: Imagine Pong with only one paddle and you've got the right idea. Very rhythm based.
Runner: You run down a path to get to the goal while collecting gold bars and plus signs and avoiding obstacles. Avoiding obstacles usually involves running, jumping and sliding. Getting hit by something sends you back to the start. My personal favorite of the series.
Fate: A scrolling shooter like R-Type or Gradius. Your character can only move along a line though so this makes the game harder. You get extra hit points by killing enemies and collecting plus signs. There's also powerups to collect.
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4. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 22:52 BST
It's one of the greatest series ever created. All six games together tell the story of a human life, from the very beginning, all the way to the end. The series also has an awesome soundtrack, colourful, trippy visuals, and challenging retro gameplay.
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5. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 22:57 BST
I bought Flux and played it about 1/2 hours. Never returned to it. All of the Bit Trip games seems to be really simple, so if extreme simplicity combined with a spot on playability is your thing, go for it. I just think they're not worth the cost in this day and age.Edit: Bit Trip Saga for 3DS instead seems to be well worth it, since it includes all 6 Bit Trip games.
Edited on Mon 9th May, 2011 @ 22:59 by Cia
6. Posted: Tue 10th May 2011 02:55 BST
@Corbs Where would I get the demos with my lack of a Wii?And what is flux about?
7. Posted: Tue 10th May 2011 02:59 BST
You can play the Bit.Trip games on Steam and on an i device.
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8. Posted: Tue 10th May 2011 03:12 BST
Playing the Bit.Trip Beat demo on my iPod hurts my fingerS I'm sticking with the Wii.
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9. Posted: Tue 10th May 2011 16:57 BST
I have only played one Bit Trip game and that was Runner and it was only the demo on Wii but I loved it.
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10. Posted: Sat 28th May 2011 15:26 BST
Because many people say "Flux" is there favorite game of all time, so please help BIT. TRIP fans!
That's mostly just me.
Basically, the series is a testament to simple, difficult, and incredibly rewarding game design as well as human feelings and emotion. It can and is mostly enjoyed on the surface level of super-fun arcade score-attack gaming, but there is so much more to it for those that look for it.
FLUX is pretty much my favorite game ever because it has emotionally invigorated me and helped me deal with real life situations like no video game ever has.
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11. Posted: Sat 28th May 2011 18:47 BST
Tri4ceHolder wrote:Because many people say "Flux" is there favorite game of all time, so please help BIT. TRIP fans!That's mostly just me. Basically, the series is a testament to simple, difficult, and incredibly rewarding game design as well as human feelings and emotion. It can and is mostly enjoyed on the surface level of super-fun arcade score-attack gaming, but there is so much more to it for those that look for it.FLUX is pretty much my favorite game ever because it has emotionally invigorated me and helped me deal with real life situations like no video game ever has.
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12. Posted: Sun 29th May 2011 20:09 BST
No drugs, just practice. The game just eventually "clicked" with me and I understood it. It was so cool.
13. Posted: Sun 29th May 2011 20:16 BST
Bit.Trip is just, awesome. I recommend googling it and watching some videos if you want to get an idea of what it is like.
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14. Posted: Mon 30th May 2011 01:03 BST
'Runner' is the only essential one in terms of 'must have another try'. The rest are retro fan-boy wankfests with some admittedly stylish looks and sounds.
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15. Posted: Mon 30th May 2011 01:40 BST
The rest are retro fan-boy wankfests
that wasn't necessary. just because you didn't happen to like them doesn't mean the OP won't either.
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16. Posted: Wed 1st Jun 2011 15:24 BST
I started gaming in 2007, so I have nothing to do with retro gaming. I can assure you that I liked all of the BIT.TRIP games.
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17. Posted: Thu 2nd Jun 2011 20:09 BST
Amorous_Badger wrote:'Runner' is the only essential one in terms of 'must have another try'. The rest are retro fan-boy wankfests with some admittedly stylish looks and sounds.I started gaming in 2007, so I have nothing to do with retro gaming. I can assure you that I liked all of the BIT.TRIP games.
@Badger Tell that to Metacritic and a lot of gamers on this very site.@invmat Agreed.
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18. Posted: Sat 4th Jun 2011 09:15 BST
RUNNER's my personal favorite, but I also highly enjoyed FATE. I've played the demo for BEAT, CORE, and FLUX, but I didn't enjoy those as much. With practice I know I would though. The games have a high emphasis on score and music, both of which I enjoy and keep me coming back to them months afterwards.
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Edited on Sat 4th June, 2011 @ 09:17 by OverlordMao
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