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Supergiant Games announces Transistor

Posted by Matt Krawczyk March 19, 2013 02:13 PM

Behold a trailer!

Supergiant Games is working on a new game. You guys, Supergiant Games is working on a new game!

I feel that I need to come clean here: Bastion is on my list of all-time favorite games, so you can imagine my joy at finding out today that the studio behind it is working on a new release, a sci-fi RPG called Transistor that's due out in 2014.

Though the game is still in production, and Supergiant hasn't announced which platforms they'll be targeting, they'll have an early playable build at their booth at this weekend's PAX East event. Kind of makes me wish I'd scored a badge before they sold out. Whoops.

You can read more about Transistor in the official post on supergiantgames.com.

Ehhhhh Space

Posted by Matt Krawczyk February 20, 2013 11:46 AM


Game: Dead Space 3
Manufacturer: Visceral Games (EA)
Platforms: PS3, XBox-360, PCs
Price: $59.99


The "scariest" moment I've had while playing Dead Space 3, Visceral Games' latest offering in the Dead Space series, occurred at around 2 a.m. Monday.

My wife and I sleep with a fan on in the bedroom for ambient noise, and when the power failed as a result of the wind, the sudden silence jarred us both awake. A glance out the window revealed that most of the street was dark, though there were a few street lights on a block or two away. We went downstairs, I retrieved a flashlight from one of the drawers in the kitchen, and then came the fun part: checking the circuit breaker in the basement to make sure it wasn't just us.


In which we review Jamestown, and our narrator gets a little weird

Posted by Matt Krawczyk July 23, 2011 11:32 PM

Ah, Sir Walter Raleigh. He was quite the card back in his day. An explorer, he sailed the world in search of the legendary "El Dorado", because back then believing in a city of gold was the in thing to do. Eventually he had a bit of a falling out with the King of England, which is the polite way of saying that he was convicted of plotting to murder him. He was sentenced to death, sent to prison, released from prison, and then given permission to continue his explorations. Hooray.


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