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Posts tagged “Supergiant Games”

Pyre sizzles in new trailer ahead of next week’s launch

Pyre [official site], the party-based RPG from the creators of Bastion and Transistor, is out next week, and there's a fiery new trailer out to celebrate the launch. You control a party of exiles trying to escape from a pretty purgatory by taking part in ancient competitions, called Rites, which are 3v3 real-time arena battles. You've got to extinguish the other team's pyre (hence the name) while keeping…

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Bastion devs lighting Pyre on July 25th

Supergiant Games, the makers of Bastion and Transistor, have announced they'll launch Pyre [official site] on July 25th. Their next game is a party-based RPG adventuring through purgatory in an ancient competition to escape. Ooh the colours of that place! I don't know why you'd want to leave somewhere so pretty but the journey involves a lot of three-on-three battles to extinguish the enemy's pyre…

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Pyre: Bastion Devs Announce New RPG For 2017

Supergiant Games, the folks behind Bastion and Transistor, today announced their third game - Pyre [official site]. They call it a "party-based RPG", telling a story about a group of exiles trying to complete tasks that might just let them be absolved and return home. Pyre is due in 2017 and SuperGiant don't have too much to say about it right now, but have a…

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A Game And A Chat: Transistor

Transistor has hit these mean cyberpunk streets, and I've beaten it up, down, and sideways. Or just, you know, the normal way. I thought it was pretty good, but I also came away ever so slightly disappointed. The world was gorgeous, the story was nuanced in surprising ways, and the combat was better than it had any right to be, but all three came so…

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Feature: Electric Lady

Transistor review

Transistor is a phenomenal thing in places. Just tremendous. Sometimes overwhelming in its cleverness and subtlety. It had me on the verge of tears from both laughter and a creeping, ever-constricting stranglehold on my heart, and a talking sword (given life by the sultry tones of Bastion narrator Logan Cunningham) was responsible for most of it. This is a very different story from Bastion, arguably…

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You May Play: Transistor’s Out Next Month

Transistor, Supergiant's second game and follow-up to the chatty Cathy that was Bastion, is almost upon us. I don't mean that in a stalkery murderous way, but in a release datey way. The strategic sci-fi RPG has already tickled Nathan to the point of hyperventilation, and the rest of us can join in the wheezing and gasping on May 20th. Can someone get Nathan a…

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Talk Swordy To Me: 18 Mins Of Supergiant’s Transistor

Oh goodness gracious me oh my oh tickle me red and green and black and gold and all the colors of the cyberpunk noir rainbow, Bastion developer Supergiant's Transistor is looking magnificent. Sure, at first glance it doesn't seem to have fallen far from the narration-prone, hack-'n'-slash-heavy tree, but there's no denying that this place feels just as uniquely alluring as Bastion's pastel paradise. Plus,…

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Supergiant’s Transistor Will (Sorta) Have Multiplayer

Bastion was absolutely marvelous, and Transistor - aka, Bastion 2: Cyberpunk Boogaloo - very much looks to be following in its pathway summoning footsteps. But while surface-level similarities (a Logan-Cunningham-voiced narrator-type, bleak yet beautiful environments, a silent main character, isometric perspective, etc) might suggest a familiar experience, Supergiant definitely isn't sticking to Bastion's straight-and-narrow. Case in point: Transistor isn't entirely a solo affair. As part of a…

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Voice Of The Voiceless: 15 Minutes Of Transistor

The first footage of Supergiant's Transistor suggested that the game would not be entirely dissimilar to the studio's splendid isometric smash 'em up, Bastion, although it did lack one of its predecessor's most distinctive features - the superb narration of Logan Cunningham. Total Biscuit captured fifteen minutes of the game at PAX East and has uploaded a version without commentary, so that another voice can…

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Basti-Onward: Supergiant’s Next Game Is Transistor

Supergiant made me happy and sad with Bastion, but the only thing that would truly make me sad is if their next game failed to arrive on my PC, your PC and everybody else's PC. We now know that the game is called Transistor and there's a trailer below but the release platforms haven't been confirmed yet. It'll be playable at PAX East and here's…

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Beyond Bastion: Supergiant Feels It Can Do ‘Anything’

When I say "Supergiant," what do you think of? No, no, after an image of a particularly muscular giant wearing a cape. OK, no, but before the word loses all meaning and deconstructs into "Superg Iant," which... what? Yes, correct, you think of Bastion. And that's perfectly fair. After all, it is, so far, the only game that's found the magically materializing path out of…

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The Wailing Wall: Bastion’s Music Live

The headline doesn't refer to an extravagant orchestral rendition that you'd have to pay money to see, but rather a short video containing two of Bastion's most glorious audio treats. I'll never find these songs as powerful as I did when they first drifted in, just as the structure of the world and the melancholy of the situation slotted into place around my gun-toting kid,…

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Bastion To Get “The Stranger’s Dream” DLC

Supergiant are apparently fully aware that when talking about Bastion over the summer, they say they designed the original game to be complete, and therefore not really requiring of DLC. Needless to say, that stance has changed a little, as they explain: "HOWEVER! In the weeks following the release of the game, we decided to put a little something together for the holidays as a…

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Making Me Steamy: Bastion Half Price

Beautiful, beautiful hack and slash dungeon-crawler (if a shattered archipelago of floating islands in the sky can be said to be a dungeon) Bastion is now half-price on the Steam digital computer game distribution pipe. I would use this opportunity to direct you to John's review, where he implores you to buy the game. But you don't need to believe his big lying face, because…

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Be Heartening: A Bastion Interview

Artful dungeon-crawler Bastion charmed us with its strange world, solid combat mechanics, and elegant narration. John loved it. It even inspired Alec to a big old cleverthink. I decided to have a chat with Greg Kasavin, creative director and writer on the project, to find out a bit more about how Bastion came to be, and what the future holds.

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True Grit: Back To Bastion

Supergiant's sombre action-RPG Bastion was released on PC a few weeks back; John has already told you what he thinks of it, but in the last few days I've been exploring its shattered world for myself. It's put me in a funny place. Spoilers of a sort await, so don't read this unless you've played the game, don't intend to, or don't give a toss…

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Get Your Bastion On: Bastion Out Now

Released today is Supergiant Games' gorgeous looking action-RPG, Bastion. It's available to purchase from Steam at a price of £11.49/€13.99/$14.99, and you can take a poke at the launch trailer here. Despite being temporarily wrapped up in a web of Xbox exclusivity, Bastion has always been PC bound. As you can see if you compare PC screenshots to Xbox screenshots, the PC version has access…

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Bastion Looks Set for August 16th Date

If the Steam page is to be believed then SuperGiant's esoteric dungeon-crawler is set to arrive on 16th of August (SuperGiant just confirmed this to us over email.) I am honestly expecting this to be one of the games of the year: it's a beautiful blend of compelling, click hack 'n' slash action with artful indie sensibility. What the screens and talk of whacking monsters…

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