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Upcoming PlayStation Store sales detailed

by Ramon Arandaon February 26, 2015
Sony has today unveiled its lineup of games that will be on sale in the coming weeks as part of the Spring Fever PlayStation Store event, which features discounts for PlayStation Plus members. These deals include digital offerings for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita, and the deals begin on March 3, and run through April […]

Xbox 360 Ultimate Games Sale – Day 4

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon July 11, 2014
Xbox 360 July Ultimate Games Sale continues with new exciting deals on its fourth day! Grand Theft Auto V is available at half price, Crysis 3 gets a 70% cut off and Supergiant Games’ Bastion is 75% off. Ninja Gaiden II is also at a promotional price, alongside Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning and Need for Speed: […]

Review: Transistor

by Tyler Colpon May 22, 2014
Transistor doesn’t begin until you press a button or nudge the joystick. Because, like Bastion before it, Transistor wants to form a bond with you, the player. This connection ties into the game’s tone and developer Supergiant Games’ fascination with rhythm. You can feel main character Red’s pulse as she glides through a city square, darts […]

Transistor Gets “Recursion Mode” and a Launch Trailer

by Mihai Cosmin Naeon May 16, 2014
Bastion developer Supergiant Games has revealed new details about their upcoming game for PlayStation 4, called Transistor. Like their first video game, Bastion, when you are done playing Transistor it does not “necessarily signify the end of the time you’ll want to spend with it”. You will want to get back in the game by starting […]

Medley Melodies #4: Video Game Soundtracks

by Tonyon May 10, 2013
  That’s right, it’s another round of songs that miraculously doesn’t include a vast number of Japanese vocals and tracks from Sonic games! Or the main theme from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which everyone enjoys, but has no place here. This is music you can actually listen to on the go and enjoy without the […]

Humble Bundle goes Weekly

by Adam Larckon March 20, 2013
The Humble Bundle will now have a weekly offering. Starting the deals off is Bastion, at the normal pay-what-you-want price. Paying over $1 will get a Steam copy of the game as well. Going above the average gets the soundtrack, sheet music, digital art pack and ringtones. The interesting deal is at $25, which will […]

Bastion Coming to iPad

by Adam Larckon August 29, 2012
The Kid is coming to iPad. Bastion, from Supergiant Games, will be available on the US App Store tomorrow for $4.99. The game is only available on iPad due to “technical reasons,” along with the team feeling like “the game experience would not translate well to the iPhone’s smaller screen.” If you haven’t checked this […]

Humble Indie Bundle 5 Tops $5 Million

by Adam Larckon June 15, 2012
The latest Humble Indie Bundle was easily the best bundle so far to date, and the sales numbers have proved that. The bundle was bought 598,794 times, and brought in $5,105,169.91. Overall, Linux users paid an average of $12.51, while Windows users paid $7.97. The bundle featured Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Bastion, Limbo, Superbrothers: Sword […]

Humble Indie Bundle V Announced

by Adam Larckon May 31, 2012
The latest Humble Indie Bundle has been announced, and brings with it a strong lineup. The bundle, available at their site, features Psychonauts, Limbo, Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP and Amnesia: The Dark Descent. The soundtrack for each game is also being given. Also, anyone that pays above the average price will get Bastion and […]

Bastion Half-Off All Week on Xbox Live

by AJ Dellingeron February 1, 2012
If you haven’t gotten your hands on the indie-hit Bastion, now is the time to do it. The game is on sale for Gold members on Xbox Live’s Game Marketplace for the rest of the week. As an aside: You haven’t played this game? What is wrong with you?! The game isn’t extremely challenging or […]

Best Download of 2011 Award

by AJ Dellingeron December 30, 2011
If you’re a gamer on a budget, you’re always looking for the best “bang for your buck” type games. Something that you’re going to get tons of content and play time out of for the smallest price possible. Luckily, downloadable games have made this far easier to find. While we’ve all logged way too many […]