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PAX: Transistor: A two-hour wait for an indie game?


3:53 PM on 03.23.2013
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Supergiant Games told me it has been like this all day. Yesterday too. Their next game after Bastion, titled Transistor, is easily worth the wait. Our preview from yesterday spells it out, but I'm here to tell you that if you haven't tried this beautiful game out and are here at PAX East, get in line now.

I'm already head over heels from a ten-minute demo.






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