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E3 10: Bit.Trip BEAT coming to iPhone/iPad, eat chips


10:26 AM on 06.18.2010



This week, we got some exclusive time with the developers of the Bit.Trip series. It was awesome. I can't tell you everything they shared with us, but I'll do my best to tell you what I can, starting with this bombshell.

Bit.Trip BEAT is coming to iPhone/iPad courtesy of Namco-Bandai. New features will be added. I can't give you all the details, but rest assured, it shall be glorious.

Also, Alex Neuse, CEO of Bit.Trip developer Gaijin Games, is an amazing conversationalist. Seriously, your mind will be blown by the stuff he says in the video after the jump. It's a work of brilliance.

And no, I'm not drunk. That was all an act. I grew up on The Andy Griffith Show, and Otis has always been one of my all time acting-heroes. I tried to put in the intoxicated performance of a lifetime here, and I think I nailed it.

Seriously, I'm not drunk.






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