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Bit trip void; A unique music game
Topic Started: Nov 16 2009, 10:33 PM (99 Views)
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I'll admit I still barely have an idea what I was doing. I quickly caught it was a rhythm game. It started out fine and a lot like pong; only without balls returning. You soon hear a tune of bleeps and blips. I continued pretty well and then started getting bombarded with returning and streams of 'notes.' All of the sudden everything went grayscale and silent, I got back into my groove and eventually everything went back to normal. I was twisting the remote and moving my paddle. (which sounds dirty...) Then eventually it went grayscale and said gameover. I left confused and going "WTF!?"
It was entertaining although, it eventually got moving pretty fast, and I could see it causing eyestrain or motion sickness. I think it offers a multiplayer co-op which would be the way to go.
Really, I can't give you a verdict, but i would discourage if you will play alone.
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