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.
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[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
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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
And it's free! (If you have Bastion on PC or Google Chrome, that is.) Those with the Xbox Live Arcade version, however, are going to have to pay $0.99 to get Stranger's Dream when it drops on December 14 "due to Microsoft pol...more
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