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Submitted by CapnMikeM 340d ago | review

Transistor Review | BagoGames

Transistor is a fantastic ride from beginning to end. Once again, Supergiant has crafted a work of art, not just a video game. It has all the trademarks of what the studio was known for once they released Bastion. A beautiful, unique world set to a atmospheric soundtrack. If there was a complaint to be had, the story is on the short side and repetitive at times but there is enough gameplay and strategy to keep players engaged than other titles with longer story lines. Supergiant hit the sweet spot in terms of content, collecting, and combat and at this price point, Transistor is a no-brainer of a purchase. (PS4, Supergiant Games, Transistor) 9/10

Quinny1989  +   340d ago
Seems like an excellent game. Another reason to buy indie!

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