When I played Bastion at E3 last year, I was blown away by its simple charm, amazing as-you-go narration, and clever world-building. Getting to play it again when it finally released was lovely, too, but the game's going to take on even more delight now that it's available on iPad.
The game, published by Warner Interactive and available now on the iTunes store for $4.99. It's got all the stuff we loved about Bastion the first time, but the play experience itself has been reimagined for the touch OS.
Check out the launch trailer.
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