Today, Sony revealed a long list of indie games that are on their way to PS4.
Spelunky: The PS4 version of this office-favorite will include 1080p graphics, the ability to upload replays to the leaderboards, and more social features in the daily challenge. And the game will feature cross-buy, so if you already have it on PS3 or Vita, you automatically own it on PS4!
Nidhogg: This competitive fencing game will now let you experience it's muliplayer action with a PlayStation 4 controller. "Exclusive to the PS4 version, the built-in tournament mode now indicates your fencer’s color on DualShock 4′s light bar."
Axiom Verge: This sci-fi side-scroller is also going to make its way to Vita.
Source: A Metroidvania-style adventure game.
Skulls of the Shogun: This update of the stylish strategy game will add a new single-player episode, new Tanuki Monk character, and a new progression system.
Chasm: A "procedurally-generated RPG platformer."
Drifter: Also coming to Vita, Drifter is an "open-world, sandbox, space trading game with a procedurally-generated galaxy."
Chariot: "A 2D, couch co-op adventure platformer in which two players must work together to guide a chariot through underground levels using physics-based mechanics such as pushing, pulling, riding, reeling, and so on."
Escape Goat 2: You can never have enough goat games.
Apotheon: A side-scrolling action game made "in the visage of ancient Greek pottery."
Ironclad Tactics: "A fast-paced, card-based tactics game set in the American Civil War… with robots!"
Starwhal: Just the Tip: Also coming to PS3, this game has you "navigating your narwhal to tag your opponent’s heart and protect your own. Of course, the narwhals themselves wiggle all over the place in spastic fits of salty marine protest, but therein lies at least half the fun."
Jamestown Plus: The original experience plus new ships, new levels, and a new chapter in the Jamestown story.
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