April 11, 2014 10:15 AM | John Polson
Spring conventions are in the air, and with them come updates on indie games releasing this year and beyond. Here we catch up with Capy's Below, Supergiant Games' Transistor, and Broken Rules' Secrets of Raetikon.
Capy has not quite finished up Super TIME Force, but there's no time like the present to find out that Xbox One game Below is also headed for Steam, shown elegantly in the trailer above and stated more explicitly in the YouTube video description. With music from Jim Guthrie once again, we can expect this rougelike to sound as amazing as it looks.
Supergiant Games' Transistor will arrive on PSN for the PlayStation 4 and on Steam and the company's website for the Windows version for $19.99 in North America and €18.99 / £14.99 in Europe. Transistor includes English voiceover and text in English, French, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, and Brazilian Portuguese. Preorders aren't up yet for the sci-fi themed action RPG.
Last but finishing first, Broken Rules' Secrets of Raetikon will see a final release for Windows, Mac, and Linux on April 17, available on Steam, Mac App Store and Humble Store. Early Access is already available for $10, for those who can't wait for the And Yet It Moves dev's atmospheric, open-world, 2D exploration game.
With PAX east happening this weekend and editor Anthony Swinnich attending, expect heaps of updates from the 100+ games on display, too.