These games make for a fun time-killer, but they're also a treat to master. New Star Manager ($5.99 from $19.99 until 1/7) Their publishing agreement with Aksys was formed due to Neuse's personal relationship with its president, Akibo Shieh, with whom the two of them had wanted to work on a game together before. The Last Dead End ($4.99 from $9.99 until 1/13) forma.8 ($1.99 from $9.99 until 1/13) Super Soccer Blast, Super Tennis Blast, and Super Volley Blast were all decent but not spectacular examples of each sport. In today’s article, we catch up on a lot of stuff that happened since the last time we checked in. Like, more than a quarter of the entire library. WeakWood Throne ($2.99 from $4.99 until 12/29). Risk of Rain 2 ($12.49 from $24.99 until 1/13) You might think it’s going to be a mini-game collection, but the whole thing centers around one sport where you try to score goals while protecting your own team members. It was followed by Bit.Trip Core, which uses the d-pad to control the gameplay instead of motion controls. Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for December 28th, 2020. The Bit.Trip Series - Switch Review "These games make for a fun time-killer, but they're also a treat to master." Mini Trains ($1.99 from $2.99 until 1/15) The challenge is present as it was back in the golden days of arcade machines; the simplicity is at the core of each and every entry into the collection; the visual art style (in most of the titles) has that old time-y feel - it's just smoother and crisper. Gunbrick: Reloaded ($7.49 from $14.99 until 1/5) Check out some gameplay trailers below. Roombo: First Blood ($1.99 from $4.99 until 1/13) As the final game in the BIT.TRIP series, you might expect BIT.TRIP FLUX to be yet another radical change of pace, but it’s actually more of an evolution of the first game in the series, BIT.TRIP BEAT. However, the structuring of these games is fantastic, with each one easing you into a different arcade game, whether that's getting used to firing off a laser beam to take down enemies, deflecting white pixels in a Pong-style fashion or even becoming a black hole that you had to shrink at the perfect time, all to cultivate with Bit.Trip Flux. Barbarous: Tavern of Emyr ($1.99 from $7.99 until 1/15) Bit.Trip Series When first released, the Bit.Trip games pioneered the rhythm & music genre and took the world by storm, most notably on the Nintendo Wii. The BIT.TRIP series comes full circle with BIT.TRIP FLUX, the final chapter of CommanderVideo’s soul-searching journey. The three games included here often go on sale for some very low prices, and chances are that buying them individually will be cheaper than buying the bundle at any given time. How do you translate a series that's entire gimmick was based on the Wii's motion controls? BIT.TRIP VOID – THE FULL BIT TRIP VOID is a synthetic exploration of rhythm and music as it relates to our daily lives and our moods. Though despite this, he himself is only … Ever since it was revealed, Click here to read our review of Unto the End, Andrew Caluzzi (Inca Studios / Camped Out! Each game has rhythm and music-based gameplay that "changes the dynamic with unique twists and mechanics. One of the unique points of this game is in how it avoids the usual turn-based set-up a game like this tends to use in favor of a real-time with pause system. Door Kickers ($10.19 from $11.99 until 1/16) The unique nature of the craft and its weapons help this one stand out a bit, but only a little. Don’t think too hard about it all. It has a lot in common with the Mystery Dungeon series of games, but it falls well into the more lenient end of the pool. Race across the Moon, kicking down crystal walls and sliding under chomping moon-slugs! Story / Personality. If you've ever been to a Bit.Trip then you know what to expect. BFF or Die ($5.99 from $7.99 until 1/8) There’s a lot to look at, so let’s go ahead and get on that mission right now, okay? And that is just fine by me, because how often do we see Devil Dice-like games these days? BIT.TRIP RUNNER ended up being the most famous of this bunch, but they all have something to offer and really are best digested as one complete work. The BIT.TRIP titles have been wildly popular on WiiWare, but despite being able to purchase the games individually, fans of the series have been clamoring … Fight Crab ($14.99 from $19.99 until 12/29) There's hints of a story in Bit.Trip but it's clearly not the main focus - there are some key characters and a cutscene or two. Hitori Logic ($2.49 from $4.99 until 1/14) Bit.Trip is a series of action / music games that has been released on Wiiware download service for the Nintendo Wii. The Demon Crystal ($2.99 from $9.99 until 1/10) Grindstone ($14.99 from $19.99 until 12/29) LEGO DC Super-Villains ($11.99 from $59.99 until 1/1) Get ready for classic paddle-based gameplay as CommanderVideo returns to the source. There's hints of a story in Bit.Trip but it's clearly not the main focus - … CommanderVideo (sometimes written as COMMANDERVIDEO, or Commander Video with a space, and often referred to as CV for brevity sake) is the main character and mascot of the BIT.TRIP franchise, created by Choice Provisions (formerly Gaijin Games). The Bit.Trip series is heading to Switch as individual releases on December 25, 2020. In the meantime, I recommend hitting up the eShop if you’re curious about a particular non-Nintendo game you don’t see on these lists. I don’t think it’s as distinct or slick as Hotline Miami, but it sure isn’t bad. Steam descriptions are screwed up so can someone tell me the order? CommanderVideo’s journey is nearly complete, but the hardest part has yet to come. James is a writer from England who also works for TheGamer and CBR. CommanderVideo and his epic journey has been told since the series launched on WiiWare back in 2009, and he has since guest appeared on numerous other indie projects and even had a collaboration called Bit.Trip Saga that released on the Nintendo 3DS that compiled all the games in the series. Yeah, I remember this from the Wii U. A vast selection of titles, DRM-free, with free goodies, and lots of pure customer love. You get more than 80 new puzzles to solve, and if you’ve enjoyed the previous entries that’s probably all you need to hear. Bound through the Robotic Mines and face off against the MinerMech! Gabbuchi ($3.99 from $7.99 until 1/13) The Bit.Trip series is a staple in the indie game world. Wulverblade ($1.99 from $19.99 until 1/7) Gunman Clive HD Collection ($4.24 from $4.99 until 12/29) LongStory: A Dating Game ($5.99 from $14.99 until 1/1) ), See all 458 posts Be sure to do your Super Homework Blast before buying. Anyway, given this is a bundle, the usual caveats apply. Bit.Trip has clean, sharp visuals that look good on a Switch big or small, but the point that needs to be talked about is its massive leap up from its last Nintendo outing - the Wii. There's plenty. The PlayStation 4 download version was used for this review. Feather ($4.89 from $9.99 until 1/13) In this topdown 2D, real-time strategy SWAT team title by Killhouse and Qubic Games, sneak by and assassinate enemies suspects and rescue hostages, all while not taking a wrong step. RUNNER is the fourth chapter in the award-winning and critically acclaimed BIT.TRIP series. 3 min read, 26 Jan 2021 – All six titles will be available on December 25 for around $4.99 each. Thank you for checking out our Bit.Trip Series Switch review, thank you to Wiretap Media for providing the review code and thank you to our $5 and up Patreon Backers for their ongoing support: 29 Jan 2021 – Blast your way through levels set in the five classic shoot-em-up areas: Space, Volcano, Underwater, Dark Cave, and… Railroad. From the perfectly named titles, with my favourites being Core, Fate and Flux, to the action-packed visuals that make even the less appetising portions interesting to look at, right through to the chiptune music that feels nostalgic yet fresh all in one fell swoop, Bit.Trip breathes and bleeds charm in a way that many indie Member Berries fail to. "The Flight Attendant" feels like the TV equivalent of summer beach reading, in mostly good ways. A copy of this game was provided by the publisher for review purposes. You know, this is pretty good. You’ll die a lot, but almost every run will earn you some kind of improvement or upgrade that will help you in your next run. Zombie Hill Race ($1.99 from $9.99 until 1/16), Sales Ending Tomorrow, Tuesday, December 29th, Blazing Beaks ($1.99 from $14.99 until 12/29) This makes it feel a little more action-packed. It’s a nice, chill puzzler, and I can honestly say that I never have a bad time playing through a Quell game. Hidden Folks ($2.99 from $11.99 until 1/8) Dex ($6.99 from $19.99 until 12/29) But don’t worry too much, as our best of 2020 content is going to start rolling out soon. It’s essentially the same game it was on mobile, but there’s nothing wrong with that. An interesting little side-scrolling shoot-em-up where you play as a UFO that can shoot in all directions. The six-part Bit.Trip series arrives on Nintendo Switch next month, developer QubicGames has announced. There are new aliens to deal with, new characters to meet, and some interesting story elements for those who enjoyed the first game. Yeah, it’s another deckbuilding dungeon crawl roguelite thing, but I’m not sick of those yet. Slide a droplet around various arrangements, collecting pearls while avoiding obstacles and traps. Each game revolves around the adventures of a character named "Commander Video", an… I simply didn’t think that the concept of zapping blocks to a beat was very note-worthy, but if there’s one thing I should have learned about this series by now it’s that you can never judge it based on concept. It probably needs more than that to sell itself on a platform that has as many great shooters as the Switch does, but if all you’re looking for is another solid bit of fire-and-forget, you’ll have a good time of it with Void Source. I guess if you’re tired of Minecraft, Dragon Quest Builders, and Cube Creator X, and have also exhausted Terraria and Junk Jack, and want something that runs a little better than PixArk… if all of those things, and you additionally don’t really care about your fifteen bucks? New releases are drying up for the rest of the year, but I do have some reviews to get out and I’m sure the sales will keep trickling out as well. Each game is told from his point of view as he grows and develops as a person. Anyway, there’s really just one game to play here. In a control scheme brand new to the series, yet wholly familiar to gamers, the player is given complete freedom to move about the screen wherever they desire, interacting with the music in brand new ways. Last time we experienced Bit.Trip, it was in a 4:3 aspect ratio and it looked squeezed to say the least. Enjoying our Bit.Trip Series Switch review so far? 5 min read. Hopefully things will get back to a state where I can keep on top of everything soon enough. The Bit.Trip Series was initially released by Choice Provisions. That's what this collection ultimately excels at, offering a classic experience for everyone without the archaic, janky problems of days-gone-by, whether we want to admit that the ol' arcade titles weren't perfect. Tharsis ($3.99 from $11.99 until 12/29) Legends of Amberland: TFC ($12.99 from $19.99 until 1/8) Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary ($4.99 from $9.99 until 1/13), Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch ($7.49 from $29.99 until 1/13) What else can I say about this? Nothing new here to entice people who already played the heck out of it elsewhere, but if you haven’t played it before it’s worth a spin. Freedom Finger ($7.49 from $14.99 until 12/29) Bit.Trip Beat was developed by Gaijin Games and initially published by Aksys Games. LEGO City Undercover ($8.99 from $29.99 until 1/1) The biggest gripe I have is that all of these games are being sold in separate packages rather than a complete collection with a menu differentiating them - having many Bit.Trips flooding my Switch Home screen was a little bit obtuse and certainly made jumping from one to the other less user-friendly. This time it has a pirate theme. Late Shift ($6.49 from $12.99 until 1/7) The description says this game was inspired by classic action movies, but the most obvious inspiration here is Hotline Miami. BIT.TRIP Series ($4.49 from $4.99 until 1/15) Death’s Hangover ($1.99 from $4.99 until 1/15) Barbarous: Tavern of Emyr ($1.99 from … That’s all for today, friends. Kauil’s Treasure ($4.99 from $9.99 until 1/13) In a surprise set of listings on the eShop yesterday, all six of the Bit.Trip Saga titles have been confirmed for a December 25, 2020, release on Nintendo's hybrid console. It's a tough question, but they figured it out with the Switch, making it a handheld must - lite users, this one's perfect for you. It’s entirely possible that it went on sale and escaped my notice. Bit.Trip takes simplicity and does wonders with it. The Trip to Greece would have been brilliant, if they’ve said “She was only 16 years old” at least once. I don’t know, but you shouldn’t pay eight bucks for it, that’s for sure. However, despite this ultimate finale that tests all your skills being the be-all-and-end-all, I found myself playing Bit.Trip Beat more than anything, purely because the simplicity of Pong toppled with the smooth and responsive motion controls was a treat that didn't need to try too hard, so it didn't. It includes a mission generator to keep you playing for a long time to come. City of Brass ($2.99 from $19.99 until 1/5) Despite the amicable relationship with Aksys, the budget and development time were les… Warlocks 2: God Slayers ($1.99 from $17.99 until 12/29) Seems like it’s well-made enough for what it is, but what it is is completely bereft of any originality whatsoever and asking ten dollars for what roughly a million mobile games would offer you for free. It would seem that the whole Bit. Combat Core ($9.99 from $19.99 until 1/10) That wouldn’t be a problem if it were a little cheaper, but at twenty dollars it feels a bit slight. Guide our brave hero through a world of twin-stick shooter gameplay, strange and powerful enemies, and environments unlike any you’ve ever seen before. BIT.TRIP CORE is the second game in the BIT.TRIP saga, and actually the last one that I played when going through the series. So I’ve once again combed through and found a bunch of interesting sales as opposed to doing an exhaustive list. Up to six players can get in on this one, too. Groove Coaster Wai Wai Party ($44.99 from $59.99 until 1/12) More posts by James Troughton. Each game is told from his point of view as he grows and develops as a person. Join us on the TouchArcade Discord server, Support TouchArcade by shopping on Amazon, Follow TouchArcade on Twitch to watch our playthroughs, SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘FUZE Player’, ‘The Innsmouth Case’, ‘Wingspan’, and Today’s Other New Releases and Sales, ‘SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech’ Review – Essential but Not Flawless, ‘Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night’ Review – The Latest Symphony, ‘Moonlighter’ Review – Delve Dungeons, Build a Business, and Uncover History, ‘Forager’ Review – A REALLY Great Game, but a So-So Mobile Port. LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2 ($7.49 from $29.99 until 1/1) Oh hey, a party game that actually has online support. Infectious Madness of Dekker ($6.49 from $12.99 until 1/7), Atari Flashback Classics ($15.99 from $39.99 until 1/7) Bit.Trip, stylized BIT.TRIP, is a series of eight video games developed by Choice Provisions (or under their previous name Gaijin Games) and published by Aksys Games for the Wii, Nintendo 3DS, Microsoft Windows, macOS, PS Vita, and PS4. A 40-level follow-up that tells the tale of what happens when the Aurora space station finally reaches its destination at the end of a 5,000 year journey, Professor Lupo: Ocean offers up more of the same gameplay that worked in the original with a few extra twists. Pew Paw ($1.99 from $6.99 until 12/29) You control CommanderVideo as he runs, jumps, slides, kicks, and more! BIT.TRIP FATE is the penultimate chapter in the six-part BIT.TRIP series. Dadish ($2.00 from $10.00 until 1/16) CommanderVideo’s journey begins in BIT.TRIP BEAT, the first entry in the critically acclaimed and award-winning BIT.TRIP series. The Bit.Trip Complete is a collection of all the Bit.Trip series – Bit.Trip Flux, Fate, Runner, Void, Core, and Beat.Aside from the complete Bit.Trip game series, included in this Complete set are the following: – Bit.Trip Soundtrack Sampler, a music CD that features pieces from all of the Bit.Trip … The BIT.TRIP – The Complete Original Series is also available on PlayStation 3 (Release date TBD) and PlayStation Vita. The original line of six BIT.TRIP games, sometimes collectively known as BIT.TRIP SAGA, are now available individually on the Switch. PONG Quest ($5.99 from $14.99 until 1/7) Max Reloaded II ($2.99 from $9.99 until 1/13) There are two single-player modes, one more substantial than the other, plus a local multiplayer mode and an online mode. The BIT.TRIP titles have been wildly popular on WiiWare, but despite being able to purchase the games individually, fans of the series have been clamoring for a … Grood ($2.49 from $4.99 until 12/29) A lot of people bought it and kind of tolerated its flaws because Minecraft wasn’t on the system yet. Don’t expect much, of course. CommanderVideo’s journey begins in BIT.TRIP BEAT, the first entry in the critically acclaimed and award-winning BIT.TRIP series. Obviously it’s better to play this after Horrible Pets, but in terms of gameplay you could see it as a lower cost way to get a taste of what the bigger previous game offers. $4.99 The BIT.TRIP series comes full circle with BIT.TRIP FLUX, the final chapter of CommanderVideo’s soul-searching journey. Well, okay. "These games make for a fun time-killer, but they're also a treat to master. 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