The boogie man himself is heading to the PS4 and a small but different set of other indie games over the next few days and months.
Earlier today, Tony published a series of surprise posts on the European PlayStation blog, revealing news about five games addressed to PlayStation 4. It's an interesting but fun group, some of which we already know and others we see for the first time. Here are:
Banned, April 8 (PS4, Switch)
This is a fun co-op game from NexT Studios, makers of a beautiful gothic iris.Fall. It happens with another Earth in another human life, where you need to explore, climb, and defeat ragdoll physics as creatures with only two legs. It's already on Steam.
John Wick Hex, May 5 (PS4)
Last year on PC, John Wick Hex is a game strategy strategy that is used when you force people into Spanish. Created by Bethel Games, a studio in the background Thomas was left alone, again it is very good.
Windbound, August 28 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC)
It was first revealed today, Windbound it is the survival game that gives me the most Wind Waker vibes. You have to explore the island, scour the resources, and use them to create boats to reach other islands and discover some secret about forgotten people. That's 5 Lives Studios done Satellite Ruler, a cyberpunk strategy game that Windbound doesn't look much different than.
Going Down, September (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC)
Going Down is a colored roguelite that uses the failed launch sites of its valleys. He plays like a professional who keeps fighting the monsters on the ground so that more entrepreneurs can intervene in their programs without interruption. Bleak stuff, but also great looking. It is the first work of Seattle-based indie studio Aggro Crab Games.
Boundary, sometime this year (PS4, PC)
This is a first-person shooter, but in a foreign environment. I originally thought it would be a VR game that would have been more scary, but thankfully its cosmic horror is only 2D. The Part physics simulator, part of the small arms display of firearms, has a lot in common with the previously unlocked Pride Scalpels Studio Frontier project (which was designed for VR
Some games are already out, and almost all of them come at least on PCs over the PS4. Still, this dump of mini-indie news almost reminded me Spring Fever begins Tony used to make it back when the PS4 was first introduced. It’s also great to see smaller studios getting the following attention postponement of last month's developer conference, where indie developers traditionally have the opportunity to showcase upcoming projects.
Now if it were the only one of these games they'd come to Vita.