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Submitted by psp2roundup 788d ago | news

Sony should look to IGF for the hottest indie games

Earlier in the week, Sony announced a neat list of Indie games coming to the Vita. These are all good and noble efforts, and show Sony's commitment to adding to the Vita's roster. While some say the Vita needs more big games, that's true, but it needs a steady supply of small-to-medium gaming goodness in between the biggies, and these fit the bill perfectly.

But then along came the Independent Game Festival and just two of those Vita titles are among the 28 nominee titles (Hotline Miami and Guacamelee). Sure, we've got the likes of Machinarium (which is nearly five-years old) coming out very soon, but Sony needs to be a bit more on the ball, and these indie games are currently the ones generating news among gamers. (PS Vita, Sony)

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