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Hands On With The PS4'S Next Three Promising Indies | CVG

Jason Perkins, managing director at Curve, tells CVG that studios are now getting in touch asking to take part in the publishing service (previously it was Curve doing all the pitching).

He suggests that Curve, while making headlines for backing Nintendo's platform, sees further opportunities with the digital publishing programme.

Key to its popularity is the how it helps other developers focus on creating their games whilst leaving Curve to deal with the dirtier realities of publishing (specifically, the endless emails to legal and marketing).

During a recent showcase, CVG was invited to play the next three indie titles set to be published soon by Curve, and there was some real promising work on display. (MouseCraft, PS4, The Swapper, Titan Attacks!)

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