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The PlayStation family of hardware is about to get another influx of indie games. Sony announced a series of indie games that are coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
Sony executive Shahid Kamal Ahmad took the stage during the company’s PlayStation event today at the Gamescom industry show. He revealed a lineup of games that are coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita:
- Rogue Legacy is making its console debut on PlayStation 4 and Vita.
- N++ is heading to PlayStation 4.
- Binding of Isaac: Rebirth is heading to PlayStaiton 4 and Vita.
- Guns of Icarus Online is heading to PlayStation 4 later this year.
- Developer Vlambeer’s Wasteland Kings will make its console debut on PlayStation 4.
- Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number will also make its console debut on PlayStation 4 and Vita.
That’s a bunch of major indie games. These announcements are in addition to the indie games Sony debuted during the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in early June.
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