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Review: Laserlife

Choice Provisions is best known for the excellent rhythm-based series, Bit.Trip, a saga spanning six games (and one spin-off) which abstractly dealt with themes about a man's journey through life. The studio has been toying with the idea fo...   read

 
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Bit.Trip studio set to release rhythm action game Laserlife this month for PC and PS4

Choice Provisions, the studio responsible for the Bit.Trip series, has been teasing the idea for a similar rhythm action game called Laserlife since way back in 2010. It seems the idea will finally come to fruition later this month, as Lase...   read

 
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Bit.Trip studio Choice Provisions teaming up with Intel for skeleton astronaut game Laserlife

Choice Provisions has been teasing Laserlife since the studio was called Gaijin Games. Back in 2010, Jonathan Holmes talked to Alex Neuse about the idea, but the trail went dark for a few years after that. Last year when the studio changed...   read

 
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Gaijin Games is dead, long live Choice Provisions!

Gaijin Games is dead. Well, not really. They're just rebranding. After six years in business, the indie studio best known for its work on the Bit.Trip series, has decided it's time for a change. It will henceforth be known as Choice Provis...   read

 
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Laserlife: A beautiful memory lost at sea

Gaijin Games just let loose with the news about Laserlife; one of many secret projects they've got cooking on the back burners as the finish up the Bit.Trip series. Drunk off of potato chips and compliments, Gaijin Games CEO Alex Neuse was...   read

 

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