The new game from Florian Himsl and Team Meat's Edmund McMillen, The Binding of Isaac, is up on Steam for PC and Mac. You should consider playing it if you have ever enjoyed 2D Legend of Zelda, Robotron, and roguelikes. Better yet, earlier adopters can buy it for a mere $4.49.
Similarly, you can grab the chilling soundtrack from either Steam or Bandcamp. Excellent stuff as always, but what else would you expect from indie music legend Danny Baranowsky?
While I just started working on our review a couple of days ago, I'm having a hard time not telling you to drop money on this gross, brutal, highly entertaining game right now. Hell, I spent more money on college-campus lunch today than the game/soundtrack bundle costs. You know what to do.
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destructoid's previous coverage: The Binding of Isaac