Bit.Trip Developer Confirms 3DS Project

Gaijin Games’ Alex Neuse and Mike Roush confirm company has a game in development for Nintendo’s newest handheld.

By Evan Campbell. Posted 10/11/2010 04:25 3 Comments     ShareThis

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Gaijin Games, known for the Bit.Trip series, is working on a 3DS game. I talked with Alex Neuse and Mike Roush, both of Gaijin, about the project at IndieCade on Sunday in downtown Culver order amoxil generic City, Calif.

After talking about the Bit.Trip franchise, I questioned best products the pair over whether Gaijin had any plans for Nintendo 3DS. Neuse was happy to confirm that the developer was working on a 3DS project.

“[Gaijin Games] just recently got our 3DS dev kit, and we’re working on a 3DS project,” he said. “But we’re not quite ready to say exactly what it is yet. It will be a Gaijin awesome game.”

The Bit.Trip series has been a download-only affair, first appearing on Nintendo WiiWare. As such, I wondered whether the developer’s game would be a retail release or downloadable title. Neuse said that “it’s not totally decided, but we’ll probably go retail.”

But when can we expect Gaijin’s 3DS game?

“The smart company would put [the game] out near launch, let’s put it that way,” Roush said.

Gaijin Games’ next game is Bit.Trip Fate, which the developer says will hit WiiWare in a matter of finasteride how long to work weeks. Nintendo of Japan announced that order paxil online 3DS would hit North America in March.

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