It’s been little while since we were last graced with a Supergiant game. Transistor was released in 2014, an excellent second outing after 2011’s Bastion – but since, the developer has kept relatively quiet about its newest game. That’s finally

Microsoft and Supergiant Games today have announced that Bastion is available on Xbox One. Moreover, those who’ve purchased the game on Xbox 360 can download its Xbox One version for free. Those buying the title for the first time can expect a

Supergiant Games today announced that Bastion will head to Xbox One in December. Available from 12 December, the title will cost $14.99 USD. Those who own the title on Xbox 360 will be able to download the game’s Xbox One version

Supergiant Games’ RPG Bastion is scheduled to arrive on the North American PlayStation Store today as part of Sping Fever 2015. It will also be available in Europe (and Australia) tomorrow. Bastion first launched for Xbox 360 in 2011 before making its

Sony announced its Spring Fever sale today. It will run for twice as long as last year’s promotion, a total of eight weeks rather than four and offering 10% discounts on new digital games to PlayStation Plus members. Throughout the eight