Submitted by MikeStubbsy 919d ago | opinion piece

5 Indie Games Sony Needs on PlayStation

Take a look at the 5 indie games that should be on PlaySataion.

Since the start of the year Sony has managed to get many indie developers to pledge allegiance to the PlayStation ecosystem. Big names in the indie world such as Mike Bithell, creator of Thomas Was Alone, Vlambeer the team behind Super Create Box, and Dennaton the pair responsible for Hotline Miami have all agreed to put their games onto the PlayStation systems. Fortunately the big indie drive appears to be working. (FTL: Faster Than Light, Next-Gen, PlayStation, Prison Architect, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, PSP, Q.U.B.E., Sony, SpyParty, Thomas Was Alone)

Blackdeath_663  +   919d ago
bastion and the new game transistor should be on psn. or maybe legend of grimrock, i would definitely buy that game a second time. those three beat anything on that list.
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fsfsxii  +   919d ago
Transistor should be there, Bastion was alright, it got boring pretty fast
FTL should be on the Vita
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WeAreLegion  +   919d ago
Minecraft. PS4. Mod support. Keyboard and mouse support. Direct port of PC version with full patch support, much like how Valve updated the PS3 version of Portal 2 when the PC version updated. ;)
andrewer  +   919d ago
"PS4. Mod support. Keyboard and mouse support." Congratulations, its a PC :D
WeAreLegion  +   919d ago
This just happens to be a game that works better with a keyboard and mouse. I wouldn't want to play Ninja Gaiden with a keyboard and mouse, for example.

And can you PC guys just give it a break? We are ALL PC gamers. I don't know a single person who games strictly on consoles. Most people game on both consoles and have a pretty full Steam library.
Blackdeath_663  +   919d ago
minecraft is by far the dullest game i have ever had the displeasure of playing. anything good that ever came from minecraft was from user created content NOT the game itself, some mods are far more entertaining than the standard game will ever be which begs the question why don't people make these mods from scratch or as stand alone titles
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WeAreLegion  +   919d ago
Go build a house without using tools. Seriously. Go try it. I want to see how that works out.
-GametimeUK-  +   919d ago
And Move support :D
elhebbo16  +   919d ago
I rather they have cube world, something new and refreshing to the table.
andrewer  +   919d ago
I have some friends that never played PC, and I have some friends that only played PC (since MS-DOS lol).
I game on both, but what I meant is that mod support and Keyboard and Mouse support, only on PC. And also, I have a gamepad for PC, so that's not a problem for me, although I have to admit that gaming in a couch is a completely different experience....
-GametimeUK-  +   919d ago
Minecraft should be number 1. Move support would be cool, too!
Bastion, Fez, Super Meat Boy and Trials are some more I would like.
Relientk77  +   919d ago
Prison Architect? interesting

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