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Submitted by WutangClam 395d ago | review

Transistor (PC) Review | Entertainment Buddha

Owen Hibbert of Entertainment Buddha writes: "Starting off quite abruptly, you are immediately introduced to your main and only weapon, the Transistor. Lodged in a dead man you do not yet know, the first task is to remove it on his instruction. Wait… What? He is dead; however his conscience is not. His conscience resides within the Transistor itself narrating the whole journey from beginning to end. From here, the story gets really weird and sets itself up for an amazing narrative." (PC, PS4, Transistor) 97/100

febzilla  +   395d ago
This game is one of the most gorgeous games to come out in 2014. It has an intriguing story and the soundtrack is great too. Anyone who hasn't played this game is truly missing out.
HAMM3RofBUDDHA  +   395d ago
Guess I need to add this to my 2014 back log then.
Fullbucket  +   395d ago
Love this game. Even after getting the platinum I've replayed it a few times. The relationship the two main characters have is simply amazing.

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