** App Store Best of 2015 Selection **<br><br>*Transistor requires at least an iPhone 5, iPad 4, or iPad mini 2.*<br><br>FROM THE CREATORS OF BASTION: Experience a science fiction action RPG like no other! Wield an extraordinary weapon of unknown origin as you fight through a stunning futuristic city.<br><br>BUILT FOR TOUCH: Transistor for iOS features the vibrant presentation and deep combat that Transistor is known for, with an intuitive new touch interface -- or switch to Classic Controls with optional gamepad support.<br><br>IT'S YOUR TURN: Transistor seamlessly integrates thoughtful strategic planning into a fast-paced action experience.<br><br>FIGHT YOUR WAY: Configure the powerful Transistor with thousands of possible Function combinations to overcome any obstacle.<br><br>UNRAVEL THE STORY: Piece together the Transistor's mysteries as you pursue its former owners through a rich and atmospheric story.<br><br>INFINITE RECURSION: 'Recursion' option introduces all-new battles after finishing the story.<br><br>UNIVERSAL APP: Play on iPad, iPhone, or the new Apple TV with save data stored via iCloud.<br><br>LANGUAGES:<br>- Voice-over: English <br>- Text and subtitles: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Polish, Brazilian Portuguese, Simplified Chinese (based on language setting)
I got this for the Apple TV and it was amazing. The art style is incredible and the music is A++. When you set down the controller, Red starts humming along to the music, which was enough to make me swoon by itself. The gameplay is very fluid and the different ability combos you can create really add a lot of diversity to the play styles you can choose from. There are only two issues I had that are preventing me from giving a 5 star review. First, the aiming system for the Apple Remote is too sensitive and makes fine control nearly impossible. Honestly I never checked if you could turn it down though so I could be complaining for no reason. The other thing which was a bigger issue is that is keeps crashing during New Game Plus. I was really looking forward to finishing it at least twice but it's crashed probably 10 times in the first few hours of gameplay since I restarted. Fix that and I'll change to 5 stars.
This game was so beautiful to play listen to and just everything about it was amazing. I put the game off for a while thinking it wouldn’t be worth it but once I saw how interesting the combat was and how many combinations there were I knew I had to try it. The story was amazing and the ending made me really sad yet happy at the same time somehow but back to the gameplay I had a blast playing through the game trying out all the different combinations and seeing which ones were best for different scenarios and a it was all some of the best gameplay any game could’ve had and like the title says this game is an extraordinary experience that I haven’t experienced in a long time which just kept me playing for hours non-stop. I could keep going on forever but I’ll keep it short so if you don’t think you’ll enjoy this game just buy it and you won’t regret it.
I was quite hesitant to buy this game, mainly because of how many said the game was repetitive, but holy crap am I glad I bought this. Five minutes in and I was hooked not only on the story and graphics, but on the relationship between the main characters as well. The gameplay itself is repetitive but always has a slight challenge to each one, which to me, keeps it from becoming boring. Personally the reason I loved this so much is because of the relationship and how heartbreaking it was to only hear one side of it while the other side was forced to be silent. I’m a sucker for romance novels and such so that may be the reason why I fell in love with this game so much. But overall I’d say that this has definitely become my favorite game and favorite storyline to listen to and play.
One of my favorite parts is how using limiters (functionality similar to the skulls in Halo) I am able to customize the difficulty of the game to how I feel is the most fun while also getting a sort of reward in the form of slightly more experience. Instead of having to pass from medium to hard and suddenly feeling everything suddenly changed, I can just tweak one small aspect of the enemy that might make it slightly or greatly harder to kill, being able to choose which combinations give me an enemy which is fun to fight against. Also music is great and main enemies are largely well developed (If you bother to read their backstory in their files and not only what they say during the game. Really fun game overall.
Gotta give it a 5/5. the price yesterday was 10 USD, today its like 3 bucks, not sure why..... anyhow Bastion (other game these guys developed) was very well done but they stuck to a classic formula, if you play it, you will likely feel like you have already played the game before. This game isnt better than Bastion because of how fun it is (Bastion might be more enjoyable for many) - it's better (to me) because the developers attempted at novelty, new mechanics, gameplay ive never experienced, a talking sword, a hero who is a singer (???) it's not another one of those games where u feel like you've already played it. Hopefully this game becomes more challenging and tactical though... either way. Novelty earns 5 stars with the number of copycat games out there.
Developed by Supergiant Games, LLC.
Transistor is ranking in Games & Role Playing & Action
Last update was at Apr 05, 2018and the current version is 2.0.
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