In this show we exchange views on Gaijin’s BIT. TRIP series.
Leon, Joshua and Darren join Commander Video on his “journey of the soul” with this in-depth look at every one of the six games in Gaijin’s BIT.TRIP series. All retro style over substance or inspired expression of pure gameplay? Furthermore, why are they all so damn hard?! Featuring as well of course some of the fantastic chip-tunes from the games.
Music used in this issue:
1: Transition by Petrified Productions
2: Control by Petrified Productions
3: Id by Petrified Productions
4: Impetus by Petrified Productions
5: Patience by Petrified Productions
6: Epiphany by Petrified Productions
Cane and Rinse 27 was edited by Sean O’Brien
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Darren plays a bit of BIT.TRIP RUNNER from Gaijin Games. PC version shown:
Did Gaijin Games excel themselves with Commander Video’s latest escapade, BIT.TRIP Presents… Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien?:
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