Joystiq: Bit. Trip Fate Review - A Trip to Bullet Hell

In addition, playing a stage again allows you to keep the dubstep music pumping into your ears. The music in Fate is dark, ominous, and really cool. It borrows a trick from Rez, delaying enemy explosions such that they all make noise on the beat, further pulling you into the rich soundtrack. As a result, Bit. Trip Fate does what pretty much all of the games do: torture you with difficulty, and then lull you into a trance state so that you keep trying over and over again, growing increasingly frustrated and, simultaneously, increasingly addicted.

The story is too old to be commented.