Bit.Trip

How Would You Like that Cooked?: Super Meat Boy (Switch) Review

By Steve Peacock Meat Boy, one of the original faces of Indie games, makes his debut on Nintendo Switch. Super Meat Boy, is a tough-as-nails platformer that tasks you with saving the love of Meat Boy’s life, Bandage Girl, from the Evil Dr. Fetus. The mechanics are simple. Run to get to the goal (Bandage Girl) as quickly as possible. Jump from platform to platform to avoid certain death. And ...

How Would You Like that Cooked?: Super Meat Boy (Switch) Review

For only $15ish, Super Meat Boy on Switch is an absolute steal. It even adds a Switch exclusive two player mode that can be played with the joy-con split set up. At the time of writing, I have not had the chance to play that mode. There are also some extra challenges. I do not know for sure if they are also exclusive to Switch, buy they are there. This is definitely a game you should not miss.

BIT.TRIP SAGA comes to 3DS

Indy game studio Gaijin Games struck gold with the BIT.TRIP series for WiiWare with simple but addictive gameplay and wonderful “interactive soundtracks.” If you missed out on the games the first time and happen to own a 3DS I have news that may interest you. BIT.TRIP SAGA will be a compilation of a six (BEAT, RUNNER, VOID, FLUX, CORE, FATE) games on one convenient 3DS cartridge. N...

The BIT.TRIP Epic Reaches Its Grand Finale

The acclaimed BIT.TRIP game series for the WiiWare™ service has thrilled audiences with its mix of retro style and inventive game play. This week, new and longtime fans are invited to experience the series’ final installment, BIT.TRIP FLUX, and join CommanderVideo for one more unforgettable ride. Also this week, the Nintendo DSiWare™ service offers a variety of new hand-held games to satis...

Bit.Trip Fate debuted yesterday, have you played it?

Bit.Trip Fate debuted on WiiWare yesterday. It plays like an awesome rails-shooter-shmup hybrid. Did you get it? Is this the hardest Bit.Trip yet?

Nintendo tries “budget” track with Monday releases

This could just be me, but I noticed that Nintendo made it a point to stress some of the titles in this week’s Monday update were “budget” priced and inexpensive at 500 Wii Points apiece. Led me to wonder…no company says anything in a press release that they don’t mean to, so are these titles perhaps not doing as hot because of their pricing? Are developers still comp...

Famous Developers Flex Their Creativity for WarioWare: D.I.Y.

As if I don’t have reason enough to buy WarioWare DIY, this sounds very awesome: Some of the video game industry’s brightest talents are contributing to a unique series of microgames for the upcoming WarioWareâ„¢: D.I.Y. game for the Nintendo DSâ„¢ family of products and the downloadable WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase game for the WiiWareâ„¢ service.