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BIT.TRIP FLUX (WiiWare)

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The BIT.TRIP series comes full-circle with BIT.TRIP FLUX, CommanderVideo’s final adventure.

Grab your Wii Remote and get ready for classic paddle-based gameplay as CommanderVideo returns to the source.

Whether playing in single-player or in two-player co-op, you’ll be faced with new challenges that will make even the most experienced BIT.TRIP players challenged. Enjoy new challenges presented within the familiar paddle-based gameplay that started the phenomenon called BIT.TRIP. New Power-Ups include the Fullscreen Paddle and new Beat Types include Avoid Beats.

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Corbie Dillard

FLUXing good

With the BIT.TRIP series, Gaijin Games has somehow been able to take gamers back to the early days of video gaming while at the same time combining this nostalgic experience with a whole host of challenging and engaging gameplay elements. BIT.TRIP FLUX...

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User Comments (9)

pixelman

#2

pixelman said:

This looks trippy. Judging purely from the screenshots... I have no idea how the hell this thing is going to play. D:

wallyobass12

#4

wallyobass12 said:

Looks like BIT.TRIP.BEAT only with the pad other side of the screen, and with a more elaborate background. If thats the case, I'm going to be a bit disappointed.

SafariSuz

#6

SafariSuz said:

|sf>The game has finally received an ESRB-rating. It's an E rating with "No Descriptors." Oddly enough, the text description of the game sounds a lot like Bit.Trip.Beat. I'm also curious as to the game's differences from its predecessor. Perhaps it's a longer game?

estoiagamer

#7

estoiagamer said:

Oh i get it! It's BIT.TRIP.BEAT only the paddle is at the other side and MANY power ups and a longer game i guess.

ToxieDogg

#8

ToxieDogg said:

Probably another insta-download for me, all the Bit Trip games so far have been great!

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