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Supergiant would later release ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' in 2014 to further acclaim. In 2017, they would release ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'', a party-based sports RPG that was a change of their usual formula. The game was also well-received, winning "Best Indie" in Game Informer's 2017 RPG of the Year Awards. Less tha a month after the game's release, the company began working on ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'', which was revealed in December 6 ane the 2018 Game Awards, releasing on Early Acces at the Creator/EpicGames Store.

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Supergiant would later release ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' in 2014 to further acclaim. In 2017, they would release ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'', a party-based sports RPG that was a change of their usual formula. The game was also well-received, winning "Best Indie" in Game Informer's 2017 RPG of the Year Awards. Less tha a month after the game's release, the company began working on ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'', which was revealed in December 6 ane at the 2018 Game Awards, releasing on Early Acces at the Creator/EpicGames Store.


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Supergiant would later release ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' in 2014 to further acclaim. In 2017, they would release ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'', a party-based sports RPG that was a change of their usual formula. The game was also well-received, winning "Best Indie" in Game Informer's 2017 RPG of the Year Awards. Less tha a month after the game's release, the company began working on ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'', which was revealed in December 6 ane the 2018 game awards, releasing on Early Acces at the Creator/EpicGames Store.

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Supergiant would later release ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' in 2014 to further acclaim. In 2017, they would release ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'', a party-based sports RPG that was a change of their usual formula. The game was also well-received, winning "Best Indie" in Game Informer's 2017 RPG of the Year Awards. Less tha a month after the game's release, the company began working on ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'', which was revealed in December 6 ane the 2018 game awards, Game Awards, releasing on Early Acces at the Creator/EpicGames Store.


Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 2009 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a composer, who would then become a mainstay at the company.

Supergiant would later release ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' in 2014 to further acclaim. In 2017, they would release ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'', a party-based sports RPG that was a change of their usual formula. The game was also well-received, winning "Best Indie" in Game Informer's 2017 RPG of the Year Awards.

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Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 2009 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with in 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a composer, who would then become a mainstay at the company.

Supergiant would later release ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' in 2014 to further acclaim. In 2017, they would release ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'', a party-based sports RPG that was a change of their usual formula. The game was also well-received, winning "Best Indie" in Game Informer's 2017 RPG of the Year Awards. Less tha a month after the game's release, the company began working on ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'', which was revealed in December 6 ane the 2018 game awards, releasing on Early Acces at the Creator/EpicGames Store.


Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a composer, who would then become a mainstay at the company.

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Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based in San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 2009 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a composer, who would then become a mainstay at the company.


Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a composer, who would then become a mainstay at the company's games.

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Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a composer, who would then become a mainstay at the company's games.
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* ''Hades'' (2018, Early Access)

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* ''Hades'' ''VideoGame/{{Hades}}'' (2018, Early Access)


Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a compose, who would then become a mainstay at the company's games.

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Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a compose, composer, who would then become a mainstay at the company's games.

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Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim

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Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaimacclaim. Around that time, Supergiant hired Darren Korb as a compose, who would then become a mainstay at the company's games.

Supergiant would later release ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'' in 2014 to further acclaim. In 2017, they would release ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'', a party-based sports RPG that was a change of their usual formula. The game was also well-received, winning "Best Indie" in Game Informer's 2017 RPG of the Year Awards.


* ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}''
* ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}''
* ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}''

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}''
''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'' (2011)
* ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}''
''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}''(2014)
* ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}''''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'' (2017)
* ''Hades'' (2018, Early Access)

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Supergiant Games is an independant game developer based San Francisco, California. It was founded in 209 by Amir Rao and Gavin Simon. The studio reached fame with 2011 their debut title, ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}'', which received critical acclaim
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bastion}}''
* ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}''
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