From the creators of Bastion, Transistor is a sci-fi themed action RPG that invites you to wield an extraordinary weapon of unknown origin as you fight through a stunning futuristic city. Transistor seamlessly integrates thoughtful strategic planning into a fast-paced action experience, melding responsive gameplay and rich atmospheric storytelling. During the course of the adventure, you will piece together the Transistor's mysteries as you pursue its former owners.
Steam User 39
Take down the metaverse with your vpn sword and discord boyfriend.
Steam User 34
Long time ago, I pirated (kid with no money at the time) this game and finished it.
I loved it so much, and I felt so bad and so I'm debt for pirating it that I bought it twice on steam, one for myself one as a gift, once on Switch, bought Bastion, Pyre when it released (even tho I haven't played it), and of course Hades, and I still feel in debt with the developers.
Supergiant games deserves all love and support, and I'm so happy Hades has finally brought them what they deserve.
Steam User 41
i loved it so much more than hades both storywise and gameplaywise so sue me
Steam User 25
I've replayed this game a few times, the story is mysterious and compelling, I love the voice acting, the music and the art style. It's a short game, but it's still one of my favourites. 100/10
Steam User 19
Another Supergiant game. Another gigachad narrator. Another jaw-dropping soundtrack.
The combat system is innovative to me as a person who enjoys turn-based combat.
Enemy Variety is not too diverse (about 8 to 10 different enemy types). Still, as you progress, they become stronger and unlock new abilities, requiring you to adapt and look for new ways and strategies to defeat them while acquiring new functions yourself along the way.
The story although vague, is really touching and beautiful.
Overall this game is a 10/10 for me. Absolutely recommended.
Steam User 24
I'm biased as all hell when it comes to Supergiant Games. I love them to death. I own all their games, from Bastion to Hades. Everything they make, they make it with so much love and care and it shows. From the gameplay, to the voice acting, the artstyle, the music (don't get me started on the music, Darren Korb my beloved). In general, every little thing in those games shows the love they put into giving life to each of the worlds in their games. Whether it's the teared and broken world of Bastion, the cyberpunk dystopia of Transistor or the hellish landscapes of Hades, you can feel the love in every single game they make.
Steam User 22
i do not think i've ever seen this much love put into a 5 hour game