The Big N is hosting yet another Nintendo Direct today, filling gamers in on more titles coming to the 3DS and Wii U throughout 2013, as well as giving some details on upcoming apps and promotions. Speaking of promotions; how does a weekly discount on a collection of six eShop games sound?

During this morning’s Nintendo Direct, it was announced that a series of six games will go on sale one week at a time on the eShop, beginning today with Bit.Trip Saga. Normally $14.99, Bit.Trip Saga can be yours for one week for just $9.99. Of all the deals being offered throughout this promotion, this first offering dishes out the most bang for your buck, offering all six Bit.Trip games, including Beat, Core, Void, Runner, Fate and Flux, all for just 10 bucks. That ain’t too shabby at all.

The promotion will continue with a new game being discounted each Thursday. Crashmo will move from $8.99 to $5.99 on Feb. 21 while Fractured Soul will drop from $11.99 to $7.99 on Feb. 28. Sakura Samurai kicks off the second half of the promotion on March 7, discounted from $6.99 to $4.99, while Ketzal’s Corridors will experience an identical price drop on March 14. Finally, Mutant Mudds will move from $8.99 to $5.99 on March 21 to put a bow on the whole ordeal.

Stay tuned throughout the day as we grab more announcements from Nintendo’s now-super-regular gaming update. In the meantime, if you happen to have a 3DS and you don’t already own a copy of Beat.Trip Sage, you really might want to consider jumping on this first sale. That’s a pretty sweet price for a solid collection of games.
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