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Submitted by Foolsjoker 925d ago | opinion piece

Indie Games that Changed PlayStation This Gen

Less than a week away from Christmas, the Daily Reaction crew brings you the next installment of the ‘Twelve Days of Christmas’ carol with ‘Seven Swans a-swimming’. That means today Seb and Dan discuss the effect that the most influential indie PS3 titles have had on the industry, Sony and the future of PlayStation. (Everyday Shooter, Joe Danger, Journey, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Super Stardust HD, thatgamecompany)

alexcosborn  +   925d ago
TGC has played a huge role in elevating the PlayStation digital platform.
doctorstrange  +   925d ago
And elevating gaming as a whole
Foolsjoker  +   925d ago
I have big hopes for them next generation.
TrendyGamers  +   925d ago
Me too.
doctorstrange  +   925d ago
Will be interesting to see where they go from here

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