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Transistor begins with confusion. A redheaded woman wakes up next to a man impaled by a sword. We don't know how these people are or how they ended up here. It's the good kind of confusion, though - the sort that makes you want to keep playing.
Supergiant Games announced this weekend that they've nailed down all of the features of their sci-fi RPG Transition. The studio, best known for action RPG Bastion, managed to finish the entire campaign of their new game before the holidays.
Fancy a night out on the town and a free concert to listen to some of your favorite orchestrated video game music? Well, you're in luck because your friendly neighborhood Gaming Blend peddlers are waiving fees like Sony and the PS4, and giving out two free tickets to the Video Game Orchestra next weekend in Boston, Massachusetts.
It's a supergiant day for fans of Supergiant Games and their previous title, Bastion, as the developer finally pulls back the curtain on its latest project, a “science-fiction-themed action RPG” going by the name of Transistor.
The gravelly voice of Bastion's narrator has invaded another game. Dota 2 players can now download a Bastion Announcer Pack that makes Rucks narrate the action of their matches.
Today Supergiant Games' action RPG Bastion became a bit more portable. The mobile version of the game, previously available on iPads, can now be purchased for iPhones and iPod Touch as well.
If you enjoyed the soundtrack to action RPG Bastion, Supergiant Games has some good news for you. They've released both ringtones and sheet music through their online store.
Bastion developer Supergiant Games doesn't plan to release boxed copies of their action RPG Bastion. However, they made an exception for a US airman deployed in Afghanistan.
Supergiant Games' action RPG Bastion garnered strong sales and glowing reviewers. However, Supergiant's Greg Kasavin says that the studio doesn't plan to create a sequel.
Supergiant Games' action RPG Bastion had a very good year. The San Jose-based developer announced that their action RPG sold over half a million copies since its debut on Xbox Live Arcade in July.
Starting today, there's a new way for you to play indie action RPG Bastion. A browser-based version of Bastion is now available through the Google Chrome Web Store.
Supergiant Games likes Bastion just the way it is. They don't plan to add any extra gameplay content to the recently released action RPG.
In advance of Bastion's Xbox Live Arcade debut, Warner Bros. Interactive and Supergiant Games have released a new trailer for the action RPG.