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Gaijin Games, Bit Tripp'n with Alex Neuse


8:00 PM on 11.22.2010



Ganja Games I mean Gaijin Games and their epic game series Bit Torrent Bit Trip is both easy on the ears and eyes! That's why I decided to forcefully stumble my way in their studio to find out more about Bit Trip, Lilt Line and squares. In my interview with Alex Neuse, we talk up a Bit Trip 8bit visual storm. So let those glorious colors hail down as ear-gasming music gently blows past my ears.

WiiWare demo service is back, and BIT.TRIP FATE demo is one of the playable demos! Hurry, get dat demo! Once you've download it, give those beautiful Vegans at Gaijin Games a high rating. The higher the rating the longer the demo will be up for download. If not their demo will be gone in only four weeks. What a lame bummer that would be. Bit Trip Fate is a gem and we need all BIT.TRIPPERS to rate high, so it can live long and prosper.        






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