Now, after a pretty decent showing at the Tokyo Game Show, we’re getting more information. First off, a Facebook post from developer Brian Mitsoda has confirmed that Transistor is indeed coming back under a new name: Transistor Anthology. Here’s a screenshot of the Facebook page from English language versions of the game: It’s unclear how this will be facilitated in the game’s social space, but it’ll be interesting to see if it’s just the Facebook page or if we’ll also see a proper trailer and gameplay. We’ll keep you posted, as it’s probably a pretty big deal. I never saw the original game. It’s a 2D RPG and not a hack-n-slasher. It was a beautiful and compelling RPG. But I never really cared about its story or what it was trying to say about its politics. It was more something that you did, like, a bad guy did, or something. So, Transistor is coming back under a new name and I’m really digging it. pic.twitter.com/UjVvBIPYyXNovember 30, 2016 And here’s the original tweet from the developer, which talks about the original game and what’s next: Don’t be surprised if this actually turns out to be true. The original Transistor was an experimental title for the PS3 and experimental hardware. It was never confirmed whether or not it was a “real” sequel or not. Mitsoda’s Facebook page is the real deal. pic.twitter.com/SjTUXM1YXNovember 30, 2016 I’ve been waiting for a trailer and gameplay info for months now. I guess this might be my reward for being patient.November 30, 2016 Transistor was released in 2012, before the “memories” feature was released by Sony in 2015. It was a platformer about a computer that could not only help people remii0ir and re-remember their past, but would also act as a therapy for some individuals who have been diagnosed with flashbacks. I’m not sure if this is a new game or just an updated version of the old one.