Node Sass could not find a binding for your current environment: Windows 32-bit with Node 0.10.x
I ran into this error today and took a bit to find what the problem was. After triple-checking I did not have another version of Node installed, uninstalling, reinstalling, restarting Visual Studio, … we finally found the issue: Visual Studio was using its own Node version, which was an older version and didn’t really fit with what was set on the packages.
We just got into Visual Studio > Tools > Options > Projects and Solutions > External Web Tools and then moved the $(Path) variable upper in the chain so that it had more priority than Microsoft’s Web Tools folder. This would make Visual Studio use my installed version of Node instead than its own.