Nintendo Nintendo Switch

WiiWare games Bit.Trip Beat, Core, Void, Runner, Fate, and Flux coming to Nintendo Switch

The acclaimed WiiWare series Bit.Trip is coming to the Nintendo Switch system on 25th December. The series comprises of six very different titles that juggle different genres and they are now being released on the Nintendo Switch eshop on 25th December (Christmas Day!). You will be able to purchase each game in the series individually and they are priced up at $4.99 each. Here’s details for each game in the Bit.Trip series.

Bit.Trip Beat

CommanderVideo’s journey begins in Bit.Trip Beat, the first entry in the critically acclaimed and award-winning Bit.Trip series.

From gameplay to visuals to music and imagination, Bit.Trip Beat is inspired by classic games in every way. Get sucked into a whole new world of sight and sound as you juggle beats and ride the vibe in this modern look at the beginning of it all. Originally released for the Nintendo Wii in 2009, Bit.Trip Beat makes its triumphant return to Nintendo platforms.

Key Features

– A modern reimagining of classic gameplay
– Brain-melting visuals
– Crazy boss battles
– Intriguing cutscenes
– Easy, medium, and hard difficulty modes
– 20 bit-sized challenges separate from the main game
– A rockin’ chiptune-inspired soundtrack featuring special guest Bit Shifter!

Bit.Trip Core

Bit.Trip Core marks the second phase of CommanderVideo’s strange and transcendental journey.

Dive controller-first into unfamiliar territory, blast your way through a barrage of beats in this rhythmic-music adventure.

Key Features

– Retro-inspired controls
– Beautiful boss battles
– A thumpin’ chiptune-inspired soundtrack with special guest Bubblyfish!
– Easy, medium, and hard difficulty modes
– 20 bit-sized challenges separate from the main game
– Mind-melting challenges!
– Thought-provoking cutscenes!

Bit.Trip Void

The third phase of CommanderVideo’s soul quest begins in Bit.Trip Void.

Bit.Trip Void is a synesthetic exploration of rhythm and music as they pertain to our everyday lives and moods. In a control scheme brand new to the series, yet wholly familiar to gamers, the player is given complete freedom to move about the screen wherever they desire, interacting with the music in brand new ways. The classic gameplay aesthetic remains, as color – and the absence of color – are explored to the fullest.

Key Features

– Epic boss battles!
– A rockin’ chiptune-inspired soundtrack with special guest Nullsleep!
– Easy, medium, and hard difficulty modes
– 20 bit-sized challenges separate from the main game
– Synesthetic music/art/gameplay interaction!
– Hyper-realistic retro cutscenes!

Bit.Trip Runner

CommanderVideo sprints into the fourth phase of his metaphysical journey in Bit.Trip Runner.

Race across the Moon, kicking down crystal walls and sliding under chomping moon-slugs! Bound through the Robotic Mines and face off against the MinerMech! Dash through the Big City on a quest to find friends and defeat the final boss together!

Key Features

– Control CommanderVideo as he runs, jumps, slides, kicks, and slides his way to victory!
– Easy, medium, and hard difficulty modes
– 20 bit-sized challenges separate from the main game
– A boppin’ chiptune-inspired soundtrack with special guest Anamanaguchi!

Join CommanderVideo in Bit.Trip Runner, his most epic journey yet!

Bit.Trip Fate

Bit.Trip Fate is the penultimate chapter in the six-part Bit.Trip series and will leave you wondering what’s next.

CommanderVideo’s journey is nearly complete, but the hardest part has yet to come. Guide our brave hero through a world of twin-stick gameplay, strange and powerful enemies, and environments unlike any you’ve ever seen before.

Key Features

– Twin-stick shooter gameplay!
– Collect power-ups to call on CommanderVideo’s friends for powerful shot upgrades!
– Easy, medium, and hard difficulty modes
– 20 bit-sized challenges separate from the main game
– Chiptune artist Minusbaby helps set the tone with a special guest appearance!

Bit.Trip Flux

The Bit.Trip series comes full-circle with Bit.Trip Flux, CommanderVideo’s final adventure.

Get ready for classic paddle-based gameplay as CommanderVideo returns to the source. Enjoy new challenges presented within the familiar paddle-based gameplay which started the phenomenon called Bit.Trip.

Key Features

– New power-ups including the full-screen paddle!
– New beat types including Avoid Blobs!
– Easy, medium, and hard difficulty modes
– 20 bit-sized challenges separate from the main game
– Bit Shifter returns as the chiptune guest star!



  1. I am the only one that thinks the Switch is gonna have games from any past Nintendo consoles?

    1. Well let’s see. They have NES and SNES classic console games, Turok and Turok 2 from the N64, the Final Fantasy Legends trilogy from the Gameboy, Rune Factory 4 from the 3DS, No More Hero’s 1&2 from the Wii, every Mega Man game from every Nintendo System (except for the Legends re-name Mega Man 64), Let’s not forget the Mario 3D All Stars, and quite a bit more.
      and then there are the remakes. Pokémon Mystery Dungeon, Link’s Awakening, Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee, Xenoblade Chronicles, Crystal Caravan, Etcetera etcetera etcetera…. And almost every good game from the Wii U (I’m still waiting for Xenoblade Chronicles X).
      Yeah, that just about covers each and every Nintendo console excluding Game & Watch. Also Playstation too.

  2. Didnt even know the bit trpip runner series had that many games.

    And at that i dont mind if we get more indie games that didnt transfer over from the wii, ds, 3ds and wii u era.

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