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Bit.Trip Runner – Official Press Release

Bit.Trip Runner – Official Press Release

by Steve CullumMay 17, 2010

This just in from Aksys Games:



Torrance, CA (May 17, 2010) – Aksys Games, a publisher of interactive entertainment products, announces Gaijin Games’s newest addition to the BIT.TRIP series, BIT.TRIP RUNNER exclusively for WiiWare™! For the first time play as Commander Video in this on-rails rhythm platformer! “I went through so many emotions all at once: confusion, joy, determination,
and success!” says Cherie Baker, PR Specialist, Aksys Games. “After an hour with Commander Video, I can honestly say I feel hardcore again. You will too once you get your hands on that controller.”


  • Rhythm-based Platforming: Jump, kick, slide, and shield yourself from the obstacles of a foreign planet. Timing is everything. Keep that beat flowing and Commander Video running!
  • Boss Battles Against Robotic Terrors: Can Commander Video outwit evil aliens and an angry miner?!
  • 50+ Challenges: Special bonus stages that resemble retro console classics!
  • Classic NES-style Controls: Less than a minute to learn, and you and the Commander are off! Traditional side-scroller
  • controls are the only way to go. The Wii Remote keeps it real with the +Control Pad and the 1 and 2 Buttons.
  • A Pounding Chiptune-Inspired Soundtrack: Features special-chiptune-guest-star Anamanaguchi so you know you’ll be moving and grooving through stages and boss fights!

About Aksys Games:

Located in Torrance, California and founded in 2006, Aksys Games is well known for being a visionary within the fighting game sector while expanding into other genres such as RPGs, fishing, and family-style games. Some of their more popular games include the Guilty Gear, Battle Fantasia, Hooked: Real Motion Fishing, and the BIT.TRIP series. BIT.TRIP RUNNER is rated ‘E’ for ‘Everyone ‘by the ESRB. More information about Aksys Games and BIT.TRIP RUNNER can be found at

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About The Author
Steve Cullum
Steve is a Senior Editor for NintendoFuse. He has been a Nintendo fan since the NES and Game Boy. His favorite types of games are action platformers, multiplayer “party” games, and any game that is pure fun and pulls him in for hours. Steve has been blogging for NintendoFuse since 2008.

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