Bit.Trip Presents...Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien Crack/Patch

Bit.Trip Presents...Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien Runner 2 - Future Legend of Rhythm Alien is inspired by the Bit.Trip series originally released on Nintendo platforms.

Download Bit.Trip Presents...Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
8.3
Downloads 1707
Genre Action, Miscellaneous, Rhythm, Music
Company / Developer
Gaijin Games / Gaijin Games

Bit.Trip Presents...Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien reviews ( 7 )

Cyberjepp, Jul 13, 2013

I'm a huge fan of the BIT.TRIP series, BIT.TRIP RUNNER in particular. When I saw this for pre-order, I new straight away I had to get it. So I did. I've played through the entire game and still aiming to 100% the game. Unbelievable fun and re-playability with solid mechanics and 2.5D graphics with this game, an easy 10/10.

robinjam, Mar 5, 2013

Excellent graphics with fluid animations - Slick, responsive controls - Fantastic music - Charmingly nonsensical plot and cutscenes - Optional checkpoints which grant a score bonus if skipped - Great level variety; 5 worlds, each of which has a unique look and feel, and its own musical style Overall a very impressive, polished sequel which should keep fans of its predecessor happy whilst also being more accessible for new players.

stjazz, Feb 26, 2013

This game is just awesome. If you love bit. trip series, you must try this game. The graphics are just awesome, the gameplay has a lot of improvements and the lengh of the game is just perfect. 10/10

Edward7089, Jan 3, 2014

A very frustrating but brilliant game. The graphics are brilliant, the music is brilliant, the gameplay is brilliantly simple. Every aspect of this game is designed to distract you from the essential timing of your button-presses to advance throught the seemingly never-ending obstacle courses. Alone, the simple free-running style would be easy, but the moving backgrounds, particle effects, detailed environments, hyper music and wacky ideas ensure this is not so. I love that.

Cocolf, Jun 9, 2014

Ah! More! And with a long name more, so that when you launch the game via Steam, you do not even see the name of the full game xD. This result is much better than the base game (yeah otherwise it will not be a sequel), the graphics are a little less sore eyes, the gameplay seems a little better and sounds are always good. But it obviously remains on the same type of game and this game despite these improvements will tire quickly too.

korkow, Mar 6, 2013

As someone who really enjoys rhythm based games, I initially had a lot of fun playing this. However, I quickly found the "normal" difficultly setting to be far too easy, and switched it to hard. The game instantly became extremely frustrating. It's kinda annoying that you have to do the levels completely perfectly to continue. I would have really like to have maybe one or two health points or something so I can keep going when I mess up. But being sent back to the beginning again and again and again and again and again really started to get on my nerves. So I set it back to "normal", and was once again boringly breezing through the levels with little effort. Also, the music could be better. In most levels, the music doesn't really get "good" until the very end, at which point it... ends. It'd be better if some levels could START OUT with awesome music and just build on that, instead of starting with quiet, dinky, boring blips. Also, there's no setting to sync audio with video (like in Guitar Hero etc), so on my screen, the audio always seems a tad ahead of the video, which makes the game difficult to play.

met306, Mar 9, 2013

This game is literally just quick-time events. I don't understand the appeal in it, at all. I can safely say that it's better than Bit.Trip Beat and Bit.Trip Runner 1 though, but that's not much of an achievement. The fact that games like Dishonored and Stalker have a lower score than this sickens me.