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Transistor

By on May 21, 2014 at 1:30 am

Atmosphere. Bastion had it in spades, and it’s hard to imagine a reality in which Transistor—the next game from Supergiant Games—would deliver anything less. As Red, a famous singer mysteriously left mute and somehow embroiled in the mess her home city has become, players will find themselves drawn into Transistor as key information about the world is carefully and precisely meted out over the course of six or so hours.

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