Emmène les joueurs en territoire inconnu, les faisant utiliser des contrôles de type NES pour se frayer un chemin à travers un barrage de Beats dans ce jeu d'aventure rythmique musical.
Évaluations d'utilisateurs : Variable (60 évaluation(s))
Date de parution: 2 oct 2012
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Packages qui comprennent ce jeu

Acheter Bit.Trip.Core + Soundtrack

Inclut les 2 articles suivants : BIT.TRIP CORE, BIT.TRIP.CORE Soundtrack

Acheter BIT.TRIP Collection

Inclut les 15 articles suivants : BIT.TRIP BEAT, BIT.TRIP RUNNER, Bit.Trip Runner Soundtrack, Bit.Trip Beat Soundtrack, BIT.TRIP CORE, BIT.TRIP VOID, BIT.TRIP FATE, BIT.TRIP FLUX, BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien, BIT.TRIP.CORE Soundtrack, BIT.TRIP.VOID Soundtrack, BIT.TRIP.FATE Soundtrack, BIT.TRIP FLUX Soundtrack, BIT.TRIP Presents... Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien Soundtrack, Runner2 - Good Friends Character Pack



“Choix de l'éditeur”
9.0 – Destructoid

“Magnifiquement différent”
9.0 – Play Magazine

“... si vous avez apprécié le premier BIT.TRIP BEAT, vous allez trouver beaucoup à aimer dans cette suite très sympathique”
8.0 – Nintendo Life

À propos de ce jeu

BIT.TRIP CORE explore une zone plus sombre de la saga du CommanderVideo, entraînant le joueur dans un milieu étranger. Utilisez les contrôles de type NES pour vous exploser un passage à travers les barrières de Beats dans cette aventure de musique rythmique.

CORE est le deuxième opus de la quête spirituel du CommanderVideo avec :

  • Des contrôles NES classiques !
  • De superbes affrontements contre les boss !
  • Une bande-son pulsante inspirée par la musique chiptune !
  • En guest star l'artiste de chiptune Bubblyfish !
  • Des défis à se griller les neurones !
  • Des scènes coupées révélatrices !

Téléchargez BIT.TRIP CORE pour continuer votre propre BIT.TRIP !

Caractéristiques principales:

  • Classement !
  • Succès !
  • Un tout nouveau Mode de difficulté Facile

Configuration requise


    Minimum :

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP SP3
    • Processeur : 2.0 GHz ou plus
    • Mémoire vive : 512 Mo de RAM
    • Affichage : OpenGL 2.1 et shader model 3 avec 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 100 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Tous types de carte son stéréo

    Minimum :

    • Système d'exploitation :OS X version Snow Leopard 10.6.3, ou plus récent.
    • Processeur : 2.0 GHz ou plus
    • Mémoire vive : 512 Mo de RAM
    • Affichage : OpenGL 2.1 et shader model 3 avec 128 Mo de mémoire vidéo
    • Disque dur : 100 Mo d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Tous types de carte son stéréo
Évaluations intéressantes des utilisateurs
11 personne(s) sur 13 (85%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.3 heures en tout
Bit.Trip Core suffers from giving too little, too late. For the first two thirds of the game I was certain it was my least favorite of the Bit.Trip Saga that I'd yet to play, only to find the final third of the game (or in other words the third level) vastly improved on everything that came before. Even still, it's hard for me to even begin to recommend it, as by that point my experience was already soured and I was ready for it to be over.

As is the case with every Bit.Trip game, the gameplay of Core differs wildly from past games, placing you in the middle of the screen with the ability to shoot lasers in four directions. Blocks come out from the sides of the screen, and you need to time your shots to hit them as they cross over your line of fire. In theory and keeping with Bit.Trip tradition, these are supposed to line up with the beat of the audio track, but in practice there is very little rhythm at all to the patterns which makes it incredibly difficult to time shots with how short a window you are given. It's not until the last level that these designs finally come together and you can see what Gaijin Games was going for with a fantastic closer that feels really rewarding once you get in sync with the track, which makes it so disappointing that near everything that came before was just rubbish.

For a game you can finish in under and hour, it's hard to recommend Core when only a third of it is worth playing, and even then is likely to annoy those who don't posses a keen sense of rhythm. It's ideas are solid but its execution lacking, and on the whole I found little enjoyment to be had from what eventually showed itself to be an interesting concept. If only it had done so earlier.
Posté le : 27 juin
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3 personne(s) sur 3 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.2 heures en tout
Bit.Trip Core is the second entry in the Bit.Trip series, playing a bit more like a typical rhythm game in some aspects. The graphical and musical style from Beat is carried over from Core. In this game though, the graphics are not as crazy but still are trippy and weird, while the music is a lot more subdued. The story and cutscenes tend to revolve around Commander Video and 2 figures that look a lot like Commander Video.
The gameplay consists of controlling an object in the middle that can fire up, down, left, or right. The goal is to hit each block as it passes through a line. This felt a little bit like Guitar Hero in trying to match a block with a direction and firing the laser. Just like in Beat, blocks move on the screen and with different patterns or in huge groups. Bosses exist at the end of the level with 2 more Atari references, and included to the game are bombs to remove difficult blocks onscreen.
Core feels a bit flawed though. There are times when I was interested in the pattern of the blocks and the level designs, while other times I felt bored. Sometimes I would easily get the hang of a pattern and be in sync to the music, while other times I wouldn't and try to button mash my way out. The mellowed out design and more abstract gameplay in Core makes the game a bit harder to enjoy. As a whole, the game is roughly harder than Beat, although there are points where the game is easy and then it suddenly ramps up in difficulty. The time to beat Core is also roughly the same as to finish Beat as well.
Bit.Trip Core will be fine for players who played some of the other Bit.Trip games like Beat or Runner and want more Bit.Trip action. The game itself isn't perfect, but gives a different kind of game that isn't the most amazing, yet offers some interesting things to check out.
Posté le : 15 juillet
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4 personne(s) sur 7 (57%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
2.3 heures en tout
This is, in essence, Asteroids without the thrust button. As such, it's as awkward and cumbersome as you would imagine. The usual stylish charm of BIT.TRIP franchise is still there, yet it's sadly overshadowed by the nagging feeling that you are constantly struggling against the contrived control constraint forced upon you.

Some may call it a challenge, but for me it seemed awfully unfair, and ultimately, unfun. My least favorite entry in the series.

Update: comments to this review inspired me to remap the input scheme to the "DDR method" (4 buttons), as opposed to the "Guitar Hero" method employed by the game proper. It improved the gameplay immensely.

If you got this one on the cheap, and have suitable tool (I used Pinnacle Game Profiler), it's worth a shot. It transcends the game to a challenging and unique brain teaser, and you wouldn't have to fight with the interface anymore.
Posté le : 18 juin
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2 personne(s) sur 4 (50%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
1.3 heures en tout
It's an interesting concept but it's way, way too hard. You'd have to be an alien to be able to play it well. Even harder than beat.
Posté le : 30 juin
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0 personne(s) sur 2 (0%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
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too hard for a pc casual like myself
Posté le : 10 août
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