Supergiant Games' first title, Bastion, hits Xbox Live Arcade next week, on July 20. It's going to cost 1200 MS Points, and based on what I've seen and played, will be totally worth the price.
If you're unfamiliar with Bastion, this launch trailer that publisher Warner Bros. Interactive just released should get you caught up. "Beautiful, inventive, and absolutely captivating" pretty much sums it up for me right here. What do you think?
Bastion is part of Microsoft's "Summer of Arcade," but also will be coming to PC later this year.
Sony is back with its annual "Spring Fever" promotion, and boy howdy is it a good one. Starting March 3, PSN will have eight solid weeks of hot new digital releases, all of which will be available at a discount for PlayStatio...more
Good news, everyone! Bastion is coming to PS4 and Vita next year, Sony revealed today as part of its PlayStation Experience keynote.
Bastion comes from Supergiant Games, the independent studio behind Transistor, who...more
Remember when I told you about iOS 7 and the ability for full controller support? Well the developers of Bastion iOS and Walking Dead iOS have added just that, so any future controllers that happen to arrive on the marke...more
The folks at Humble Bundle have gotten themselves into weekly sales, it seems. Currently, you can grab a copy of Supergiant Games' well-liked Bastion for as low as $1 on Windows/Mac/Linux with an optional Steam key thrown in....more
Supergiant Games did a great job of getting Bastion on iPad in a way that fit well with the platform. This version has received a free update which includes iCloud support and makes the game compatible with iPhone 4S, 5, and ...more
Earlier this week, Bastion was released for iPad (2 and newer). While it's easy to be skeptical about how well a game of this nature would transfer to a touch-screen device, the end result is wonderful. Supergiant Games broug...more
[Update: Bastion has been announced for August 30. This version isn't merely a straight port and it will support Retina display and Game Center. Read Supergiant's extensive blog post for the specifics. If you're attending PAX...more
Videogame development is an iterative process, and games undergo countless changes along the way. In many cases, the final product bears little resemblance to earlier versions, as developers refine their vision and excise fea...more
This week only for Gold members, the hit indie game Bastion is now 600 Moon Bucks on Xbox Live (soon to be $7.50 people money?). If you don't have a 360 you'll be missing out on this deal, but Bastion is also available o...more
"Our stance around what we want to do in the future hasn't changed in light of Bastion's success," responds Supergiant Games' Greg Kasavin to Eurogamer, following news that the studio's debut title has sold more than 500,000 ...more
The second lunch of GDC was much messier than the first, which you can watch here.
Today (well, two days ago, actually) we went with an American staple, the "Hammed Burger," so named for the first woman who ever went totally...more
The winners of the 17th Annual Independent Games Festival were revealed last night in San Francisco and, my goodness, I've got names to Google today. I hardly recognize any of these!
Excellence in Visual Art ($3,000) - Metam...more
Kitty Lambda, the developer behind The Real Texas and Paradise Perfect Boat Rescue has just announced his next game: Paradise Never. Taking place on an island colony of France during the Revolution of 2027 (complet...more