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Transistor making console debut on PlayStation 4

9:10 PM on 06.10.2013

Kyle MacGregor

Associate Editor

Sony E3 press conference

Action role-playing game Transistor is the follow-up to Supergiant Games' Bastion and thus far it's looking excellent. Today at Sony's E3 press conference, the title's creators took the stage to announce Transistor will be making its console debut on PlayStation 4 in early 2014.

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