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Gamesradar- Transistor Preview

GR:Supergiant Games’ upcoming title Transistor blends Bastion’s dynamic storytelling techniques and colorful art style to create a new experience full of wonder and intrigue. While both games look similar, Transistor offers a different combat system and gameplay elements that distinguish it from Bastion. We only got to play a short demo of the game, but it’s clear that Transistor is shaping up to be just as impressive as its predecessor. Transistor tells the story of a songstress named Red that has gone mute after a group known as the Process tries to kill her. She soon stumbles upon the sentient sword Transistor, who becomes both her companion and weapon on a journey to find her assailants. The game takes place in a futuristic city that has been overrun by robots, so while Bastion’s isometric viewpoint and rich color palette is present, you’ll definitely feel like you’re exploring a new world with a friend by your side. (PC, Transistor)

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