Supergiant Games to follow Bastion with new sci-fi ‘Transistor’ ARPG

Transistor

By on March 20, 2013 at 11:29 am

Supergiant Games, makers of the surprise hit Bastion, have announced that their next game is to be another ARPG by the name of Transistor. The game features a sci-fi setting, and players will take the role of a young woman who accidentally gains control of a powerful weapon. Take a gander at the reveal trailer below — if you’re lucky/wealthy enough to be attending PAX East this week, you’ll be able to play it for yourself.

Meanwhile, Bastion is on sale for the price of pay-what-you-want over at the Humble Bundle store this week.

Source: Supergiant Games

8 comments (Leave your own)
Relaxed_Possum

Bastion was my goty so I’m looking forward to seeing how this turns out

 

The problem with that trailer is it all looks like a reskinned Bastion which would be a terrible thing considering this game’s potential…

 

What exactly does the A in ARPG stand for?

 

Action. Either that or aardvark, but I’m pretty sure it’s Action.

 

Bastion was good but this looks better in the sci-fi setting.

 

vcatkiller:
Action.Either that or aardvark, but I’m pretty sure it’s Action.

Yes! Action RPG.

Though I would play an Aardvark RPG.

 

The Humble Weekly Sale looks like an interesting idea. It’s just the one game (which was part of a previous bundle anyway) but if you pay enough you’ll get more stuff that available previously, and if you pay $25 or more you get a bunch of physical gear.

 

ElectroTyrian,

THANK-YOU!

I so did not see the collector’s edition gear.

*buys*…

 
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