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Submitted by Lokai 1049d ago | video

The first fifteen minutes of Supergiant's Transistor

Transistor isn’t coming out until 2014 sometime, but as a fan of Bastion I’m already immensely interested in it because of not only how similar it is, but also because of the new style of combat and the massively different sci-fi world. Total Biscuit normally does commentary videos of new and upcoming games and for Transistor he made an exception to his normal policy.

This time Total Biscuit has provided clean audio version of the video that shows fifteen minutes of gameplay from Transistor with high quality audio and video. It is rare to see someone essentially remove themselves from a video, but in this case he did it because of the excellent sound design of Transistor.

In this fifteen minute gameplay video we see an unknown women, a singer who they call Red, take up a talking sword who leads her through this eerily empty sci-fi city. The narration is often beautifully filled with background music that seems incredibly fitting of a Supergiant game. (PC, Supergiant Games, Transistor, Xbox 360)

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ShugaCane  +   1049d ago
That's utterly amazing. The game is still one year away from its release and it already looks spectacular. The music, the art direction, the narration... Indie games are so inspiring it makes me want to cry, seriously.
MooseyXTC  +   1049d ago
Rucks voice without the ciggarettes.
So weird to hear.
BanBrother  +   1049d ago
Not really impressed tbh. Bastion was a good game, but nothing extraordinary.
Hopefully this game is better. The game-play looks far to simple atm, and I find the narration annoying. Voice to similar to Bastion's narrator.

I will probably still get it, just hope it has more to offer than what this showed.

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