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All six BIT.TRIP games are morphing into a single entity called BIT.TRIP COMPLETE.

Experience the crushing difficulty of the rhythmic galaxies and ride along the long journey with CommanderVideo as he completes his mission and returns... home.


  • All 6 games in the award-winning BIT.TRIP series in one complete package with 120 completely new BIT.TRIP challenges spanning all six games!
  • New audio gallery with fan remixes, original songs, and demo versions of existing BIT.TRIP themes!
  • An image gallery with exclusive production stills, concept art, and promo images!
  • A video gallery with more than 25 movies telling the story of CommanderVideo!
  • 6 Letters to BIT.TRIP fans, written by the series' director!
  • Original soundtrack CD packaged with BIT.TRIP COMPLETE featuring music from all six games in the series!
  • New difficulty modes in all games! Online leaderboards!

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Posted by Corbie Dillard

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The BIT.TRIP titles have been wildly popular on WiiWare, but despite being able to purchase the games individually, fans of the series have been clamoring for a Wii compilation disc release since the series was completed. With the release of BIT.TRIP...

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Fills a VOID, too

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User Comments (7)



pixelman said:

All this bonus stuff sounds pretty cool. I might buy it if the price is right. :3



Odnetnin said:

D: I wanted to have the first comment.

I'm actually gonna wait for a price drop on this one.



winter123 said:

So this one has bonus content, but 3ds one is in 3d. How do I choose? Not cool to make us choose



Matillion said:

Well, think. Play in 3D on a handheld, or bonus content on a home console at the same price (I think.)

The choice is yours, cap'n.



WaveGhoul said:

Or more like, Play it on a tiny screen in 3D, or play it on the Big screen with glorious Surround Sound.

By the way, i hated FATE.....Seriously couldn't stand it. But I absolutely loved The 1st and 2nd worlds of RUNNER.



chiefeagle02 said:

It would be cool if Nintendo made a compilation like this for the Art.Style games.

All the same, the Bit.Trip collection is a lot of fun.

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