The lights are on
Sony just released trailers and announcements for a large collection of noteworthy indie games for the PlayStation 4.
Presented below, in alphabetical order, you will find the large collection of games that Sony just announced.
ApotheonApotheon uses an art direction inspired by Greek pottery art to create a platfomer. Find out more about it here.
Axiom VergeAxiom Verge comes from developer Tom Happ. It's a 2D action game coming to to both PlayStation 4 and Vita next year. For more on the game head here.
ChasmChasm is a procedurally generated platformer with a pixelated art style. You can find out more about the game here.
DrifterDrifter offers 3D space exploration with a classic sci-fi soundtrack. You can find out more about the game here.
Escape Goat 2Escape Goat 2 is a puzzle platformer, whose developer finds it difficult to describe. You can find out more about it here.
Ironclad TacticsIronclad Tactics is a tactics game that takes place during the American Civil War – an era rarely explored in video games. You can find out more about it here.
JamestownJamestown is a classic bullet-hell shooter. Check out more about the game here.
NidhoggNiddhogg is a local multiplayer game that straddles the line between fighting game, and platformer. Head here for more info, and here for our review.
Skulls of the ShogunSkulls of the Shogun is a strategy game from developer 17-bit. You can find out more about the game here, and head here for our review of the Xbox 360 version of the game.
SourceSource is a self-described Metroidvania game with an attractive, futuristic art style. Find out more about it here.
SpelunkySpelunky has found plenty of success on PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Vita, and now it's coming to PlayStation 4. You can find out more about the PlayStation 4 game here, and read our review here.
Starwhal: Just the TipStarwhal is an over the top multiplater game, that we actually recently featured in our Super Replay showdown. For more on the game head here.
Our TakeThere are a lot of good, established games on this list, as well as many games that look very promising. I personally reviewed Niddhogg, and am excited to see it come to PS4. It's a game that would definitely benefit from a pair of controllers and some good couch co-op gameplay.
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