Bastion, the vivid hand-painted RPG that drew rapturous reviews when it first shipped in July 2011, is now available on PlayStation 4.
Upon its initial release on PC and Xbox 360, critics were near unanimous in their praise for the title, with Gamespot's Bastion review describing it as a "wonderfully crafted adventure that presents a fun and focused challenge you can customize in all sorts of ways."
The game costs $15 in North America, while UK and Europe prices have yet to be listed.
Bastion was the breakthrough debut for its California based developer, Supergiant Games, and went on to sell more than 3 million copies. The studio's next title, Transistor, shipped in May last year and has accrued more than 600,000 sales.
"It was always difficult to describe Bastion while the game was in development," Supergiant creative director, Greg Kasavin, explained in a new post on the PlayStation Blog.
"We designed the game in an organic way, little by little, listening to what it needed most and building whatever that was next, until we felt that we were done."