The sci-fi action RPG Transistor will be available on PC next month, as it also arrives on PlayStation 4. It's developed by Bastion's Supergiant Games. Transistor will be at PAX East this weekend in Boston.
In the RPG we play as a young singer called Red who comes into possession of the mysterious Transistor, a powerful and intelligent sword. It's got turn-based strategy with real-time movement.
This week's Humble Bundle brings out some of the biggest indie titles of the past few years, with Tim Schafer's Brutal Legend tossed in.
Bastion's Supergiant Games is putting together another rather unique adventure with the voice of the narrator carrying over into their new game; Transistor. We play a singer, Red, who has her voice stolen.
Assassins are after her and we come across a curious sword that's a lot more than it seems. Supergiant has released some gameplay footage showing off their new features for combat.
Greg Kasavin, the creative director of Bastion developer Supergiant Games, stated during a panel discussion at Game Developers Conference that DLC, social networking games and in-game microtransactions are incompatible with player immersion.