Transistor, a game made by the developers of the well-received Bastion, is finally available on Linux.
About the Game:
Transistor is an Action RPG with an isometric camera much like its predecessor Bastion. And, like Bastion, it has plenty of style and atmosphere. Players control a singer, named Red, who finds herself drawn into a conflict involving the real and digital worlds. It is set in the backdrop of a futuristic city which is beautifully rendered in the studio's vibrant art style. The combat is both real time action but also has turn-based strategic aspects. This, coupled with different abilities that can be acquired and upgrades give the game some depth and variety.
Check out the launch trailer below:
The game holds an 83 on Metacritic and I, for one, have been looking forward to playing it after having a blast with Bastion. You can buy it for 50% off through steam here.