Check out my review of the game here: Transistor review
Transistor is essentially an all-grown-up version of Bastion. The same basic elements are shared between the two games: a city in mid-crisis, few actual survivors, and an omnipresent narrator. Where Bastion focused on its folksy charm to tell a relatively lighthearted story about ruin, however, Transistor delves into the realms of moral and narrative ambiguity that few games dare to venture, and while it doesn’t pull the whole thing off flawlessly, it’s definitely every bit as good as Bastion. In fact, between the characters, combat, and music, I’d actually say that it’s the hands-down better game of the two. Since its plot isn’t anywhere near as accessible as Bastion’s, I made sure to include several screenshots that I felt provided information crucial to understanding the story and world.