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Submitted by jfams 686d ago | opinion piece

The Message is in the Music: How Bastion’s Storytelling Surprises Us

Bastion melds music with gameplay to tell a story of enduring strife and moving forward. (Bastion, iPad, iPhone, PC, Supergiant Games, Xbox 360)

wheresmymonkey  +   686d ago
The thing i loved most about Bastion's music,ither than the fact it was beautiful and folsy was that they released the sheet music for it for free so you could learn to play it yourself.

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