Bastion Sells 500,000 Copies And Wins Over 60 Awards

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The Kid has achieved the unimaginable, after Minecraft Supergiant Games is the next name in the indie industry to make a name for itself. While Minecraft has sold millions while being a PC exclusive and Bastion found its way on the XBOX LIVE Marketplace and Steam it is still quite an accomplishment for an indie game.

Bastion recently made it’s way to the Chrome store where it is now available for purchase and is playable straight off your Google Chrome Web browser just like Angry Birds.

Bastion is an amazing game unlike any other, it offers a bright, colorful world in chaos and with tons of RPG elements, a fantastic narration and lots of end game content to keep buyers of the game satisfied for hours on end and with the recent release of the new DLC titled “Strangers Dream” which is free on Steam and for 80 MSP on the XBOX LIVE Marketplace.

Supergiant Games the makers of Bastion are proud to report that their game has made a name for itself in more ways than one. First the game broke half a million sales including steam and XBOX LIVE buyers of the game who helped them reach this number and then the game has proudly won over 60 awards for the game alone, a full list of awards courtesy of the source is available below:

Awards for Bastion:Here’s a list of the dozens of different publications who’ve recognized Bastion for various year-end accolades:

Associated Press – Top 10 Games of the Year

Entertainment Weekly – Best Videogames of 2011

TIME – Top 10 Games of 2011

USA Today – Top 10 Games of 2011

NPR – Ten Best Video Games of 2011

CNN – Top 10 Video Games

Wired – Top 20 Best Games of the Year

Paste Magazine – Game of the Year

Boston Herald – Best Game of 2011

A.V. Club – 10 Best Games of 2011

ScienceFiction.com – Top 10 Best Sci-Fi Video Games of 2011

Spike VGAs – Best Downloadable Game, Best Original Score, Best Song

Inside Gaming Awards – Best Downloadable Game, Best Indie Game, Best Original Score

IGN.com – Best XBLA Game

VentureBeat – Best Indie Games of 2011

Giant Bomb – Best Music, Best Debut Game, Best Downloadable Game, Top 10

TotalBiscuit – #1 Game of 2011

UGO – Best Downloadable Game of the Year

Yahoo – Best Downloadable Game

MSNBC – 5 Great Games for the Art Lover

Game Informer – Best RPG Innovation (The Narrator)

Official Xbox Magazine – Best Music

GameSpot – Song of the Year

Team Xbox – XBLA Game of the Year

Quartertothree – Game of the Year

XBLA Fans – Best Audio, Best Visuals

Xbox 360 Achievements – Best Arcade Game

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Rock Paper Shotgun – The Games of Christmas

IndieDB – Worldly Award for Best Gameworld, Players Choice Top 10

HorribleNight – Best Downloadable Game, Best Soundtrack, Indie Developer of the Year

IndieGames.com – Top 10 Indie Games of the Year

The Escapist – 12 Games of Christmas

Reaction Time – Best Downloadable, Best Voice Acting, Best Soundtrack

TrendyGamers – Downloadable GOTY

Gamezebo.com – Best PC Game of 2011

XBLARatings – XBLA Game of the Year

Press X or Die – Game of the Year

Unwinnable.com – Best Surprise Indie Darling

Ripten – Best Downloadable Game, Biggest Surprise

Reviews on the Run – Best Downloadable Game

Capsule Computers – Best Downloadable Game

IndieGameReviewer.com – Best Indie Game of the Year

gamrFeed – Best XBLA Game

Media Kick – Readers Choice, Best Downloadable Game

Kotaku Australia – Readers Choice, Indie Downloadable GOTY

Level Save – Game of the Year Pick

Click Online – Top 7 Pleasant Surprises

Piki Geek – Top 10 Best of the Year

nJoystic – Best Soundtrack

Press2Reset – Best Soundtrack, Best Song

The Sixth Axis – Best Downloadable Game

MiddleEast Gamers – Best Indie Game

Kotaku – Pick, Best Game Music of 2011

GamerCrash – Best Soundtrack

Gamercast – Top Downloadable Game

Bishop’s Gaming World – Best Soundtrack, Top 10 Games of the Year

Tom’s Hardware Turkey – Most Original Game, Best Narrative, Best Original Score

I wish to give a big round of applause for Bastion developers Supergiant Games and I hope they can see this as encouragement for future projects similar to Bastion or even better.