Conclusion: BIT.TRIP CORE was the 100th WiiWare title released and clocks in at 600 Wii Points as of this writing. The gameplay style is simple and so are the graphics, but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t fun.
Conclusion: This isn’t an easy feat for a developer to accomplish. Many games that attempt this sort of gameplay fall short, or have to compensate with so many tracks of music that the player can just pick and choose what works for them.
Excerpt: Rhythm games and I usually get along. Dance Dance Revolution , Guitar Hero / Rock Band , you name it, I can usually handle it. BIT.TRIP CORE , however, is a different story. It starts out simple enough: you have four directions — up, down, left, and right — using the Wiimote control pad on its side.
Summary: Bit.Trip Core is the kind of game that you get if you would imagine what would happen if someone heavily into the trance scene were to have made a rhythm game for the Atari era. Simplistic in both its presentation as well as its controls, the games relatively short amount of content is packed with...