All six BIT.TRIP games are transformed morphing into a single entity. Experience the crushing difficulty of the rhythmic galaxies and ride along the long journey with CommanderVideo as he completes his mission and returns...home.
|8||Back in 2009, developer Gaijin Games and publisher Aksys Games released BIT.TRIP BEAT on the Nintendo Wii's WiiWare service. Featuring the iconic character named "Commander Video," the series hearkened back to the ‘80s and ‘90s where simplistic and brutally difficult but rewarding gameplay triumphed over flashy graphics. Earlier this year Gaijin Games released the final game in the series, BIT.TRIP FLUX. A few months following that game's release the developer announced two new Bit.Trip compilation collections: COMPLETE for the Wii and SAGA for the Nintendo 3DS. This review focuses on the Nintendo 3DS version which forgoes the extra challenges found in COMPLETE for a portable version and 3D effects. Does it add an extra angle to what is already an excellent series or is it aa instance of adding too much and ruining the overall experience? |
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