Indie RPG Bastion Will Tell Its Tale On PC This Month

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Supergiant Games’ recently-published role-playing game, Bastion, made its debut on Xbox Live Arcade on July 20th. Supergiant also maintained that a PC version of the game would be released at some point, and today, they announced that it would be released over Steam on August 16th.

 

Following its Steam release, the game will be made available through other PC portals at a later date. Bastion will cost $14.99 in the U.S. and £14.99 in the U.K. The PC version will support gamepads, but also has re-designed and fully customizable PC controls.

 

If this is the first you’ve heard of it, you can read up on the narrative-heavy game in this older post. Supergiant have also released the game’s soundtrack for $10.

 


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