For the uninitiated, the Bit.Trip Runner games are rhythm-music auto-runners with a heavy emphasis on the “rhythm-music” element. Every action your character performs in the game has a sound associated with it, and these sounds contribute to the music as you play the game.
It feels crazy to finally be able to say this, but Tharsis is making its way to PS4 tomorrow. After two years of nonstop work on the game, we’re finally going to be able to deliver our strategic, dice-rolling, cannibalistic baby to you. We hope you love it as much as we do.
Before we sign off for the year, we wanted to celebrate the creators who make not only PlayStation.Blog, but this industry in its entirety possible. It’s these studios who create the worlds we yearn to escape to, who write the stories upon whose every word we hang. It’s thanks to them that we can do what we love to do.
Greetings, PlayStation fans! I’m Dant from Choice Provisions, the developer formerly known as Gaijin Games. Although we’re probably best known for the Bit.Trip series, we’ve been hard at work on a variety of new games that branch out greatly from our previous works. If you’re at this year’s PlayStation Experience, you’ll have a chance to play several of these games! And if you’re not at PlayStation Experience, then here’s a quick breakdown of everything we have in the pipeline!
Hi! I’m Jason Cirillo from Choice Provisions, the creator of a game called Woah Dave! This is my first time writing for PlayStation.Blog and I’m super stoked to share our new game with you. Woah Dave! will be coming very soon to PS4 and PS Vita, and will feature all the cross buy support you could ever want.
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