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Rising Star Games bumps up Bit.Trip Saga release to March 16th

Should be worth the Trip

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Product: Bit.Trip Saga | Developer: Gaijin Games | Publisher: Rising Star | Genre: Music/ Rhythm
For: 3DS
 
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The release of rhythmic platformer compilation Bit.Trip Saga has been brought forward to March 16th.

Commander Video’s medley was originally due to appear on our shores on March 23rd but publisher Rising Star Games has announced the game will be arrive ahead of schedule.

Bit.Trip Saga features all six of Commander Video’s hits including Bit.Trip Beat, Core, Void, Fate, Flux, and Runner boasting extras such as online leaderboards and new difficulty settings.
 

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Tom Worthington 17 February 2012
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