Ever since it started to submerge itself in the world of indie games, Sony has developed a habit of announcing dozens of titles in one swift swoop. And that’s exactly what the platform holder’s done today, once again highlighting just how awkward the game creation module in this website’s content management system is to use. Sort it out, Dickens.
Seriously, though, while this article may only take a couple of minutes to type, we’re going to be here literally hours making pages for Claymation adventure game Armikrog, turn-based strategy title The Banner Saga, tactical role-playing game Kyn, and the intriguing Toren. All four will launch early next year on the PlayStation 4.
There’s more information about each title available on the PlayStation Blog, and if you want to go hands-on with any of them, you’ll be able to do so at the PlayStation Experience event in December. We were going to type some snarky comment about people hating indie games to close out this article, but we figured that that one’s probably running a little bit thin by now. As you were, then.
They all look interesting enough. Kyn smells like it could be the business, let's wait and see. If these are all supposed to be releasing early next year then where is the trailers... pffft
@Bad-MuthaAdebis I bet we'll get videos at PlayStation Experience. Presumably they had to announce these now just so they could list them on promotional material for the event without them 'leaking'.
I've been eyeing The Banner Saga on PC for a while now. I'll probably wait for the PS4 version now!
Yay, Banner Saga. I've been avoiding lots of interesting PC turn-based games in hope they'll also make the jump to PS4...Wasteland 2, Divinity Original Sin, Shadowrun...
Microsoft called to say that they are happy Sony is planning a big 'ol indie sized New Years.
@kupo Oh get Shadowrun returns/Dragonfall ASAP on PC mate! One of the greatest rpg ever created in my opinion!
This is good news. I really like the look of the Banners Saga, and Kyn looks great as well.
@KillTheG1mp Bought Shadowrun Returns on PC at launch, actually...never had the time to give it the proper attention it deserves (too many games!).
Tap here to load 8 comments
Leave A Comment
Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment...