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Bit.Trip Flux- Wii

Bit.Trip Flux- Wii
alaScore 87

10 reviews

Sep, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Bit.Trip Flux- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Bit.Trip Flux

 

The final verse is similar to the first.

Interesting gameplay mechanics ; Checkpoints ; Good level design ; Awesome chiptune music

High difficulty ; No four-player co-op

I know. It was part of the (failed) joke. I know all the woes of being in this industry all too well.

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Bit.Trip FLUX

 

The Bit.Trip series began nearly two years ago on Nintendo?s WiiWare service with a little title called Bit.Trip BEAT ? a colourful and trippy take on Atari?s hit classic Pong. Little did I know it, but that title that I so hesitantly purchased would...

Any Wii owner who is even mildly interested would do well to pick Bit.Trip FLUX up.

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Bit.Trip Flux Review

 

It's been two years since the journey began, and now Gaijin Games' sixth and final Bit.Trip installment has arrived on WiiWare. So how is Commander Vi...

Excepting the continued unfortunate lack of online support, Bit.Trip Flux is in every way an improvement over the original Bit.Trip Beat. It's a worthy sequel to the title that started it all, and a welcome way to bring this two-year WiiWare journey to...

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Bit.Trip Flux- Wii

 

Flux and its five forebears offer something totally unique within the video game world - a breath of fresh air that is especially welcome on a service like WiiWare. If you're ready for a challenge, give the game a try.

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Bit.Trip Flux- Wii

 

Gaijin lays on the beautifully reflective narrative and self referential fan service that hardcore enthusiasts will absolutely eat up. Any Wii owner who is even mildly interested would do well to pick this one up.

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Bit.Trip Flux- Wii

 

Consumer review by:

Bit.Trip Flux- Wii

 

Excepting the continued unfortunate lack of online support, Bit.Trip Flux is in every way an improvement over the original Bit.Trip Beat. It's a worthy sequel to the title that started it all, and a welcome way to bring this two-year WiiWare journey to...

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