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Dear Supergiant Games, I Love You.

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Itís gorgeous. It oozes, drips and flows with aesthetic beauty and conjures a dreamy scifi-cyberpunk-steampunk style. The melancholy song and driving beat that plays over the lush visuals whisks your imagination and emotions to another world - before depositing you back to the real with the leering number: 2014. 2014?!?! *sigh* I suppose good things really do come to those who wait.



As I sit here and pine for Transistor on my pile of forget-me-nots, the knowledge that one of my favorite new developers has taken both a risk and a creative leap to build upon their unique and stunning aesthetic and boldly put a GIRL at the reins of their next story, makes me smile - makes my little gamer heart glow with happy feelings as Supergiant proudly displays that some devs really do know that girls can kick just as much ass as the next guy.

Bastion made me a follower and fan, Supergiant. Transistor just might make me a true believer.
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About mochipixelsone of us since 7:33 PM on 02.19.2012

I'm Zoey. A nerdy 30 year old living in New York City with one snuggly cat.

I'm a smitten Final Fantasy fangirl (I know, I know...), a sucker for anything Elder Scrolls, adore Kingdom Hearts (still patiently waiting for a third installment *grumble*grumble*) and go through phases of MMO fever (GW2, FFXIV, TERA, The Secret World). Various adventure games and indie pixel art gems round out my gamer profile.

When I'm not playing games on my PC or PS3, I'm either attempting to string words together or wandering around the Big Apple taking photographs of all the amazing sights, sounds and people.

And at the end of day, I hang up my keyblade, stack up my spellbooks and toss my D'ni to English dictionary into my knapsack, so I can spend a few minutes back in the real world with my amazing friends and fluffy little kitty.