By Dalai 0 Comments
Gaijin Games (those Bit.Trip dudes) may have another WiiWare winner or two on their hands. They have become one of my favorite little indie developers ever since Bit.Trip Beat made waves last year. They're one of the few to fully support WiiWare with quality material, but Commander Video can only do so much. That's where Lilt Line comes in.
Lilt Line already has around for the iPhone crowd, but its simplicity and tilt controls is a perfect match for the WiiWare platform. I'd go more in-depth, but Giant Bomb already has covered this story.
But what about Bit.Trip Fate? The series has already evolved from its Pong roots to its latest game, an on-rails platformer. I am curious as to what Fate will be like. I assume it will feel more like an 8-bit classic than a current-gen game... like the others. And I will rejoice.
Couple those with that motorcycle game from the Trials HD guys and Retro City Rampage and WiiWare might have its own arcade summer... in the fall or winter.