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Transistor Transistor is a science-fiction themed action RPG set in a futuristic city where players will take on the role of a young woman who gains control of an extraordinary weapon of unknown origin after a mysterious group of assailants nearly kills her with it.
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Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 85 / 100
User rating
Downloads 6983
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG
Company / Developer
Supergiant Games / Supergiant Games
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Transistor reviews ( 6 )

mongolrising, May 20, 2014

This is the first game from supergiant done completely on their own (Warner Bros. published Bastion) and it is a testament to what indie studios can accomplish when they aren't fettered by a large studio. I wasn't exactly sure what to expect with Transistor and while it is the spiritual successor to Bastion a lot of it is very different and everything that it borrows from Bastion is improved. The art style, music, and narration are all in the same vein as Bastion, which is to say they are a masterpiece. The artwork is very beautiful especially during cutscenes and found myself taking screen shots constantly for desktop backgrounds, etc. The music is a big part of the experience as well, and just as in Bastion, both the music and the artwork set the scene. I would not say they improved on Bastion because that would be saying Bastion was flawed in those aspects. And Bastion is more of a western feel while Transistor is very much a cyber-punk game. However, the artwork is more detailed, rich, and beautiful, probably due to the fact that this is a newer game. I also feel that the music is a bit more developed and varied. The narration is also wonderful. The gameplay has changed significantly from Bastion, so if you're expecting the fun but rather simple gameplay of Bastion, you will be pleasantly surprised. In Transistor, you only have one weapon, if you can call it that. Your weapon looks like a sword, but it is more like a computer that you can upload programs to. Those programs are your powers and you pick them up as you progress through the game. The awesome thing about these programs is that they have three different uses. You can use them as active powers, passive powers, or you can use them to alter other active powers. For example, you have an area of effect attack, and an attack that gets enemies to fight for you. You can alter the AOE attack with the conversion attack and you have an AOE attack that converts enemies. This obviously gives you an immense amount of flexibility in combat and very different gameplay styles and approaches to defeating your enemies. These programs/abilities are then socketed onto your sword, which is the Transistor of the games title. In keeping with the cyberpunk theme, your Transistor has a limited amount of RAM...each program uses different levels of RAM...some only take up one space of RAM, others take up more. Another cool thing about your Transistor is that it is the narrator for your game...I don't want to say too much because I don't want to give away the story, but it all makes sense a little while into the game. Another thing that makes the gameplay very fun is that you can pause time on the battlefield. While paused, you can move around the battlefield, and choose which powers you want to use and which enemies you want to target. This allows you to escape when surrounded, or flank your enemies (since attacks from behind do more damage). This gives the game a turn-based feel to it. It does not really feel like a hack and slash at can use your powers in real-time as well, but when facing very powerful enemies, you will die very quickly when using that tactic. I have not actually died yet while playing but I have discovered another thing about the gameplay in almost doing so. When you're health bar gets to zero, you don't immediately die, you simply lose one of the programs you have socketed into your Transistor. My assumption is that you will die after you lose all four programs. This also requires you to carefully plan how you which programs you use and how you have them modified, etc. Just another thing that makes this game awesome. Finally, the story is very intriguing. You play as Red who is a famous artist and singer. Apparently, there's a group called the Camerati (sounds kind of Mafia-ish) who is angry at you for some reason and they try to kill you. They have also killed the other important people in the city you live in (called Cloudbank). That is all I can say since I don't want to give anything important away. But I can say that the story is very intriguing and every aspect of the game helps tell it.

Kaitocs, May 4, 2016

First time I cried for a videogame finale. The music is amazing, I would fix something on the gameplay but it's just personal preferences, good job Supergiant!

setti7, Jun 4, 2014

Really great game, gorgeous artwork, beautiful music (as expected), really interesting story, to be honest, I only didn't like the ending very much, I just think that it could end differently, or at least have two endings... anyway, even though, I still enjoyed a lot this game, really, really awesome, totally worth the buy

55stars, Mar 31, 2016

Just finished Transistor for first time. I really love this game. GORGEOUS graphics and motion. Also, really liked the skill/power options that allow you to try new combinations. The training access is very helpful. I enjoyed the story too, kept me guessing and I liked the way the story linked up with upgrading the power upgrade options for the Transistor.. Regarding the various characters that are key to the story - I would love some action sequences with them each, if a Transistor II is ever in the works. But the backstory given with each helped to keep me involved. I was enjoying the game enough that I thought the game ended too quickly. Once you've gone through each level, I guess the using the limiters is next for me. If you're a first-time player, you shouldn't use them until you've been through the entire game and landscape at least once. I would like more memory, but I guess that's a reasonable limitation for the Transistor weapon. I like the music, especially the last song. I think a Transistor II would be great, especially if it upgraded levels. Building or rebuilding a world is always harder that destroying one. But overall, it's a beautiful achievement. I applaud the creators.

xDaudex, Jun 23, 2015

Pros: Story Environment Smooth animations Cons: Amount of abilities can be overwhelming, you will likely only use a few and never touch the rest A lot is thrown at you at the beginning of the game in terms of mechanics, it can be a bit much to take in all at once The difficulty can be a bit on the easy side, I would recommend skipping the extra missions to help fix this

hypernewbie, Jun 26, 2017

It's like an action game except it is terrible at being one. It's also a turn based game except it's terrible at being one. It's an atmospheric game except it's terrible at being one. This game manages to be consistent levels of terrible at everything it tries to do at the same time, and that takes some real talent and effort to achieve.