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March 1, 2011

The Final Chapter, Bit.Trip Flux, is Now Available for WiiWare

THE BIT.TRIP SERIES WRAPS UP WITH BIT.TRIP FLUX, AVAILABLE TODAY ON WiiWare™ Ride Along With CommanderVideo As He Completes His Mission and Returns… Home

TORRANCE, Calif. – February 28, 2011 – Aksys Games, acclaimed localization studio and leading publisher of interactive entertainment products, announces the availability of BIT.TRIP FLUX today on the WiiWare™ service for 800 Wii Points™. The BIT.TRIP series has come full circle with BIT.TRIP FLUX, CommanderVideo’s final adventure.

Grab your Wii Remote™ and get ready for classic paddle-based gameplay as CommanderVideo returns to the screen. Whether playing in single-player or two-player co-op, gamers will [...]

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February 28, 2011

Nintendo Download – February 28, 2011

With only six games releasing today (two of which are free demos), it seems Nintendo is slowing down on its download list or gearing up for something big. Whatever it is, do not let today’s list fool you, as there are a couple great titles in this short list. For WiiWare, we get the final chapter in the BIT.TRIP series with BIT.TRIP FLUX. Also available are free demos of Gods vs Humans and Pong Toss Pro. For DSiWare, you can download My Little Restaurant, Magnetic Joe, and Monster Buster Club. As always, be sure to check out the official press release below, where we have embedded gameplay video and screenshots of the games.


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February 25, 2011

[WiiWare] BIT.TRIP FLUX – First Look

In case you missed it, the final chapter in the BIT.TRIP saga has been released in Europe. Until we can get our hands on it here in North America (February 28), check out NintenDaan’s “First Look” at BIT.TRIP FLUX.

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February 15, 2011

[WiiWare] Bit.Trip FLUX Arriving February 28, 2011

As I sit and consider the release of BIT.TRIP FLUX on February 25th in Europe and on February 28th in the US, I reflect back on CommanderVideo’s journey.

So, I offer you this unsolicited contemplation on FLUX, which you are free to post in its entirety, in bits and pieces, or not at all. I offer it because I want you all to know that even though this is the end of a series that we’ve all grown to love, this is a joyous time.

BIT.TRIP FLUX represents CommanderVideo’s homecoming. It is a sublime trip through his subconscious and a deep exploration of what makes him who he is. It is an investigation of his rhythm, his flow, his vibe. As we started working on the [...]

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