Native Client requires only about 5% additional processing overhead to perform, a number which Bastion and similar horsepower hungry titles such as From Dust confirm with their speedy NaCL implementations. It performed consistently across systems from Fruta Planta Diet Pills laptops to desktops, and it scales well with higher-powered hardware. Minimum specs are well-chosen however, so you won’t feel compromised if you’re playing on a modest rig. Bastion was already a good choice for laptop gaming, and Native Client makes it close to ideal.Perhaps because Bastion was already six months old when the NaCL version was released, Supergiant released new content along with it, including the ability to continue play after the game’s story events end. This downloadable game content, “The Stranger’s Dream,” was included with the Web version and became available for other versions as a free add-on shortly afterwards. $15 isn’t a lot to ask for a game with this pedigree, but given that Bastion is a year old now a price trim seems wise, rather than making customers wait for a sale.
Still, this was game-of-the-year material for many websites and magazines, and it remains as enjoyable today as it was twelve months ago. The NaCl version lets you play pretty much anywhere, installation-free, to boot. If you haven’t given Bastion a try yet, the Chrome app is undoubtedly the coolest flavor around. Try it out just to see what’s possible–the first level of the game is free.
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