Transistor to spark hearts around the world from May 20

Transistor

By on April 11, 2014 at 8:12 am

There isn’t any new footage to celebrate, but what is there is good news: Transistor, the second game from Bastion makers Supergiant, will do the rounds from May 20. That’s a month and 10 days, not that I’m counting or anything.

It’s already been revealed that Transistor is launching on the next-gen consoles and PC at the same time, so at least there’s no fear of being left in the cold. But, sadly, there’s really not a great deal much else to share. Transistor is still a thing, a thing that is set to cost approximately US$20 if the American pricing holds up. Games of this ilk usually don’t price for regions outside of Europe and North America, so I feel comfortable in saying we won’t get slugged.

But that’s it. Really. I’m sorry. Will you forgive me? Here’s 15 minutes of footage from last year as a reminder of why Transistor is cool. It’s still very pretty.

Source: Thanks, Rock Paper Shotgun!

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Artful-dodgeR

Hells to the yeah. I’d never even heard of this game before today and suddenly I realise that I need it.

 

Was a BIG fan of Bastion so i would be bloody surprised if Supergiant Games stuff up Transisitor!

Damn! May is going to be a good month!! :)

 
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