E3: Bit.Trip Complete bundles the series on one Wii disc - destructoid

E3: Bit.Trip Complete bundles the series on one Wii disc

1:40 PM on 06.10.2011

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

As divulged by Gaijin Games this week, the Bit.Trip series is getting the in-store compilation disc treatment for Wii. Bit.Trip Collection, IndieGames reports, will have "many new gameplay challenges," and unlockable video, art, and music galleries.

"It's so awesome because we got to include three remixes by one of our really big fans, Ganon95, on the Wii disc," says Gaijin Games CEO Alex Neuse. "Also, Precise Hero, a rapper out of Michigan, has some fan tribute songs on there. Then there are a couple demo tracks that we made that didn't end up making the cut. The disc is also packaged with a soundtrack CD."

Nice to hear this series will get even more presence at retail, and hopefully bring on new fans. I'll probably still go with Bit.Trip Saga on 3DS, myself.

E3 2011: BIT.TRIP Complete (Gaijin Games) [IndieGames]

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