Sony Music Entertainment may wholly own indie publishing label Unties, but the fact that it’s publishing more Nintendo Switch than PlayStation 4 titles these days doesn’t make for great optics. The subsidiary – which is totally independent of Sony Interactive Entertainment – has signed a bunch of new games, and is bringing a pretty meaty lineup to the PAX West 2018 showfloor at the end of the month.
Among the titles is Hidetaka ‘SWERY’ Suehiro’s photography simulator The Good Life, which was successfully crowd-funded earlier in the year, and will release on the PS4 and PC in 2019. It’s also picked up Switch racer Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers, which launched in Japan last year and will deploy worldwide on 30th August. Other titles in its portfolio include horror adventure game 3rd Eye and dungeon crawler Necrosphere – both of which will come to the PS4 and Switch.
We’ve included its full lineup for PAX West 2018 below, as compiled by Gematsu:
- Battloon (Switch, PC, Mac) – 2019
- Chiki-Chiki Boxy Racers (Switch) – August 30
- The Good Life (PS4, PC) – 2019
- Giraffe and Anika (PS4, Switch, PC) – First Half of 2019 (PC)
- The Midnight Sanctuary (PS4, Switch, PC) – September 6
- Necrosphere (PS4, Switch) – TBA
- Olija (PC, Other Platforms) – Winter 2018
- Tiny Metal (PS4, Switch, PC) – Available Now
- Tokyo Dark Remembrance (PS4, Switch) – Winter 2018
- 3rd Eye (PS4, Switch, PC) – 2019
Do any of these titles take your fancy? Are you bemused by Sony Music Entertainment’s insistence on muscling into the gaming industry? Stroke your chin in the comments section below.