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Gaijin Games overviews Commander Video's bit trip

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Our own Jonathan Holmes has talked at length about the Bit.Trip series' deeper meaning. I personally come for the fun, aesthetically pleasing games and stay for, well, those same reasons. I won't pretend to know what any of it means, but that's okay!

Fans and not-yet-fans need to catch this GameSpot video with Gaijin Games CEO and creative director Alex Neuse. He discusses the series' overall narrative and themes, the less-obvious reason behind Bit.Trip Complete's name, and also the "criminal" challenge levels found in the upcoming compilation for Wii.

This seems like a definite buy, if it wasn't one already.

Bit.Tripping with Alex Neuse (3DS) [GameSpot via GoNintendo]

 


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