role -playing action in the destroyed world, the release date is May 20, 2014
type: client games
genre: Action RPG
Date of exit: May 20, 2014
Payment: One -time purchase
developer: Supergiant Games
Publisher: Supergiant Games
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Transistoris a role -playing game in the action genre in the destroyed world, where the narrator will be with you throughout the game. The narrative conveys emotions to the hero trying to convey understanding and the context of the game world. The narrator also does most of the descriptive work, reflecting on the shadow organization standing behind the destructive process.
Although the main events develop slowly, the minute action is enhanced by the soul stuck in this sword, the main element of the game, the voice encourages you to pass the adventure. It indicates the elements of the environment, which you may have missed, and dryly comments on the bad decisions made on the battlefield.
During the game, you cross the isometric cards, plunging from one zone of darkness to another, exploring the city, conduct polls, leave comments under the news and get more information about the world.
The fight initially seems simple, since the map overlaps your outputs, creating a cozy small arena, and then fills the space with a luminous white coating that appears from under the ground, like a strip of graphic equalizer. You have four active skills that you can use against your enemies at any time. You can change them between the battles at the access points scattered on the cards - and as soon as most of the process is transferred to your rumbling blows, you have a few seconds to collect the cells that fall out of them before they revive. Heavy attacks are slow, fast attacks are light, and the emphasis is placed on the placement rhythm: use shelters and blows in the back for greater damage.
There are several game tricks. Firstly, the idea of turns that allow you to suspend the battle and plan a series of actions that will then be performed in the blink of an eye.
Secondly, the structure of the combat system. The functions can either be placed in active slots, in this case they will work as one of your four main attacks, or in the subceptions to improve certain active functions. In addition, you can even place functions in passive slots, where they will give, for example, improvement of health.
The defeat in battle will initially do not lead to the death of the hero. Instead, the function that you rely most relied on will be removed, and for a while it will not work. This is a simple, but amazing fine that makes you abandon a successful load and return to the experiments. In other places, along with new functions and methods of their use, each level achieved also includes limits that offer an increase in experience in battle in exchange for more severe battle conditions.
In general, Transistor will force you to think and calculate the tactics of battles, all this is intertwined with some lightness and fantasticity.
OS: Windows 7 32-bit
processor: Dual Core CPU-2.6GHZ
RAM: 4 GB
Video card: 1gb vram : Intel HD 3000 GPU / AMD HD 5450 / NVIDIA 9400 GT
DirectX: 3 GB