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Bit.Trip Complete & Saga now releasing March 16th for EU

11:00 PM on 02.18.2012

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

Bit.Trip Complete and Saga were released several months ago here in North America, but across the pond there are still plenty of fans eagerly awaiting their release. Fortunately, Europeans don't have much longer to wait, especially since Rising Star Games have rescheduled the launch to be sooner than expected.

The publisher has changed the EU release date from March 26 to March 16. Sure, it's not exactly earth-shattering, but that's ten extra days that you'll be able to cherish six of the most enjoyable and addicting games of this generation.

Updated Release for EU Saga & Complete! [Gaijin Games]


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