Bit.Trip Saga coming to Nintendo 3DS

The six retro-themed pixel-tastic Bit.Trip games are coming to the Nintendo 3DS in full 3D

The six Bit.Trip] games are headed to the Nintendo 3DS is one package, with a new level of 3D depth added to their pixelated graphics and distinctive chiptune music.

The Bit.Trip Saga package includes Bit.Trip Beat, Bit.Trip Core, Bit.Trip Void, Bit.Trip Runner and Bit.Trip Flux, previously only available as individual downloadable titles for WiiWare, PC, Mac and iOS devices. Each game involves rhythm-based gameplay, 80s-style graphics and a chiptune soundtrack from artists such as Nullsleep, Anamanaguchi, Bit Shifter and Bubblyfish.

Aksys Games, who will be publishing the 3DS version, hasn't yet announced when the Saga package will be available or how much it will cost, but look out for more information soon.

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