It's inevitable that a deluge of indie games will come flowing from Sony later today due to its adamant, commendable partnership to put small developers in the spotlight, so it's no surprise that the publishing giant welcomes yet another indie team into its fold by bringing White Rabbit's game called Death's Gambit to the PlayStation 4 in 2016, which was previously only a PC exclusive.

As a man on the brink of dying, Death itself offers to give you life in exchange for killing immortal enemies that allude its grasp. In accepting this deal, you go on a journey throughout an exotic, medieval world portrayed in a pixelated style with big, beautiful backdrops. However, a host of tough enemies and huge bosses will prevent you from sightseeing too much because you'll be focused on honing your skills with 2D platformer action-based gameplay. With an arsenal of equipment like a shield, bow, and sword at your disposal, figuring out how to dispose of your foes with all sorts of attacks to perform will be quite the challenge in this non-linear world were you choose who to fight next, much like in Dark Souls, which the rest of the game seems inspired by in other ways as well.

What do you think of this particular indie title? Do you think it could breathe life into the indie scene by standing out, or is the game as good as dead? Sell your soul in the comments section below to let us know what you think.