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Bit.Trip Complete - Nintendo Wii

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  • All 6 BIT.TRIP games with new difficulty levels
  • 120 new galactically difficult BIT.TRIP challenges!
  • Chill to remixes and rare demos in the audio gallery
  • Image and video galleries with exclusive, new content!
  • BIT.Trip FATE is the penultimate chapter in the six-part BIT.Trip series and will leave you wondering what's next.

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BIT.TRIP COMPLETE is a compilation of all 6 award-winning BIT.TRIPgames: BEAT, CORE, VOID, RUNNER, FATE, and FLUX!This COMPLETE version includes a video gallery with more than 25 clipstelling the story of CommanderVideo, an image gallery with concept art,and an audio gallery featuring fan remixes, original songs, and demos ofBIT.TRIP songs. All copies are packaged with a limited edition BIT.TRIPSoundtrack Sampler. Only in COMPLETE will you be able to read six letters to BIT.TRIP fans,written by the series’ director.

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ASIN B0058CA4S8
Release date September 13, 2011
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4.9 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

4.9 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
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Even after having downloaded three of the games in this series from Nintendo's Wii Ware service, I could not have been happier giving up the asking price of 40 bucks for this game. Anyone who has played any of the Bit.Trip series should know how awesome these games already are, and to have them all on one disc is a great thing to have in itself. However unlike most developers, Gaijin Games did NOT do the cash-in maneuver and simply slap six ROMs onto a disc. Oh no. They have given those who have even been loyal fans of the series like me plenty of extras to make it worth my while to pay for three of these games all over again.

I will not be reviewing these games individually, so if you are not familiar with any of the Bit.Trip games (Beat, Core, Void, Runner, Fate, and Flux), I recommend you look up each of those individual games to get the gist of what Bit.Trip games are. What I am going to cover is what all you get in this wonderful Bit.Trip anthology. First is what is most important to many gamers of today which is online leader boards. Now you can instantly see how your scores stack up to everyone else playing this game around the world. I could care less about this, but it's the popular thing to do. Second, each game now has an easy and hard difficulty setting along with the normal difficulty level which is identical to the Wii Ware releases of these games. On easy, Beat, Core, Void, Fate, and Flux are more forgiving of mistakes. In Runner's case, all the gold bars have been removed as well as the bonus stages. Of course on hard Beat, Core, Void, Fate, and Flux are even more unforgiving of mistakes.
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I can't blame people for not using Nintendo's WiiWare to download games. It's hard to find games, demos are almost nonexistent, and downloads are slow as molasses. But if you were diligent enough to wade through the shovelware, you might have come across one of the six Bit.Trip games. They've been collected onto one disc and given a ton of bonus modes, difficulty levels, unlockable developer's notes and art, plus an hour-long soundtrack on CD. At a budget price, this is one of the best Wii games I've ever played. It picks up on the best aspects of the Wii, namely intuitive controls (whether you use the Wiimote, Classic Controller, or even Zapper) and stellar multiplayer.

They're all music based retro looking games. They focus on having a simple, intuitive input and reacting to rhythm. Some are like a musical version of pong, an on the rails shooter, or a platformer. But even as different as the play styles are, the music and graphics tie all of the games together beautifully.

Everything about this series makes it seem deceptively simple--the graphics, the controls, the chiptunes. After picking up the controller, it's clear how much effort Gaijin put into each game to make it easy to pick up but difficult (yet still fun) to master.

The WiiWare versions could be brutally hard, but this release added an easy mode and I think that alone makes it worth picking this up on disc.
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By Cat on November 10, 2011
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This is a gamer's delight. This game pays homage to the early video games like Pong but with a twist. Commander Video's development throughout the 6 game series adds intelligence to a game that is already visually stimulating with a soundtrack that is integral to the playing of the game. It's also a game that spans a wide age range...no graphic violence here...just good imaginative fun.Bit.Trip Complete
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This game is very fun but can be extremely difficult and frustrating as well. There is a variet of games to play, but with certain games (runner), if you mess up, you have to start all the way to the beginning of the level. Nevertheless, for six fun games with extras, this game for less than 20 dollars is awesome.
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I love that Nintendo has been encouraging games like the Bit.Trip and Art Style sagas, that take a retro art style and mix it up with simple to learn but crazy tough to master gameplay. It's hard to sell these games, as they must be seen and played to be properly appreciated, but for $9.99 this collection is an absolute steal. I would pay that price for RUNNER alone. It's probably my favorite, a non-stop platformer where you jump, duck, kick, and spring to the music. You'll die a lot, but will keep coming back for more because it's that addicting, and the feeling of getting it right is so cathartic. FATE is another favorite and might actually beat out RUNNER - it's a literal on-rails shooter where you must navigate bullet-hell mazes with the Wii Remote and nunchuk. It's seriously tough but an absolute joy for shmup/bullet hell lovers like myself. VOID is an abstract dodging/collecting game where you shift sizes. It is hard to describe and even harder to play, but will find its audience in the masochists out there. CORE is probably the most abstract, where you will be hitting the d-pad to deflect incoming projectiles. BEAT and the exclusive FLUX are similar in gameplay, but FLUX feels like the ultimate realization of the simpler BEAT, with more room for its soundtrack thanks to the disc format. Speaking of the soundtrack, this game includes a flippin' CD! Add that to all the cool special features the developers included on this disc, as well as a ton of replayability, and you have one of the best raw gaming deals on the market. Just check out a few YouTube videos to see if the games are for you. If not, the similarly retro and slickly designed Art Style games on WiiWare are fantastic as well.
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