Gaijin Games - News

January2014

June2013

  • E3 2013 Runner 2 Legs It to Vita Later This Year

    Running rings

    The PlayStation 3 version of BIT.TRIP Presents: Runner 2 – Future Legend of Rhythm Alien may still be stuck on the treadmill in Europe, but that’s not stopping the handheld port from crashing onto the PlayStation Vita. Developer Gaijin Games explained on the PlayStation Blog that it’s poured buckets of sweat into creating the...

March2013

  • Interview Giving Our Gobs a Workout with the Developers of Runner 2

    Running rings around Gaijin Games

    When the sequel to the brilliant Nintendo WiiWare title BIT.TRIP Runner was announced for the PlayStation 3 and Vita, we knew that we had to catch up with developer Gaijin Games to find out more – if only to shut up our counterparts over at Nintendo Life who have been banging on about the release at office...

  • News Runner 2 Developer Gaijin Games Definitely Dashing onto PS4

    Sprinting into the next generation

    In an exclusive interview with Push Square, BIT.TRIP Presents: Runner 2 - Future Legend of Rhythm Alien developer Gaijin Games has hinted that it may have a PlayStation 4 project on the horizon. Talking about whether its future titles would release on the PlayStation Network, co-founder Alex Neuse suggested that we...

February2013

  • News BIT.TRIP Presents: Runner 2 Sprints onto PS3 and Vita

    Currently jogging through certification

    The audaciously named BIT.TRIP Presents: Runner 2 – Future Legend of Rhythm Alien will run circles around the PlayStation 3 and Vita shortly, developer Gaijin Games has announced. While the studio has told us to expect more details about the handheld port next week, the company has confirmed that the console...

April2012

  • Interview Gaijin Games - RUNNER 2

    Future of rhythm gameplay

    Gaijin Games' BIT.TRIP series started life on WiiWare, spread onto Steam and then got the compilation treatment for Wii and 3DS, hitting retail in 2011. BIT.TRIP Presents Runner2 is the series' first step onto PS3, so we cornered Gaijin Games co-founders Alex Neuse and Mike Roush at PAX East to get the scoop on BIT.TRIP's...

January2012

October2011