Posted August 20, 2013 by Zeth in News

PS4 & Vita receive massive Indie outpouring at GamesCom


The PS Vita is a fantastic machine.  No truly, no word of a lie the console is a superb piece of technology and a wonderful handheld system.  All it needs is games… dear lord some games would be great!

Quickly though it seems that Sony’s current good grace with Indie developers has lead to the PS Vita becoming something of an indie “goto” platform.  With that in mind a massive series of new titles have been confirmed for the PS Vita at during Sony’s conference at GamesCom.

Personal highlights from the list would have to be the new game from Mike Bithell, Hotline Miami 2, Broken Sword, N++ and Rogue Legacy…. and who doesn’t want some more Joe Danger action on a portable system!

The list we have is as follows:


Age of Zombies (BlitWorks/Halfbrick)
A-Men 2 (Bloober Team)
Assault Android Cactus (Witch Beam)
Avoid Droid (Infinite State Games)
Broken Sword: the Serpent’s Curse (Revolution Software)
Eufloria HD (Omni Systems)
FEZ (Polytron Corporation)
Final Horizon (Eiconic Games)
Flame Over (Laughing Jackal)
Gravity Crash Ultra (Just Add Water)
Gunslugs (Abstraction Games)
Guns of Icarus Online (MuseGames) (PS4)
Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number (Dennaton Games and Devolver Digital)
Joe Danger 1 & Joe Danger 2 (Hello Games)
Kick & Fennick (Green Hill Studios)
Minecraft (Mojang) (PS4 launch title!)
Muramasa Rebirth (Aksys Games)
N++ (PS4)
Rogue Legacy (Cellar Door Games)
Samurai Gunn (Teknopants)
Starbound (Chucklefish)
Supermagical (Tama Games)
Switch Galaxy Ultra (Atomicom)
Table Top Racing (Ripstone)
Volume (Mike Bithell)
Wasteland Kings (Vlambeer)


Zeth is our EU ninja and Editor in Chief. He's been writing about video games since 2008 when he started on BrutalGamer. He's pretty old and has been a gamer since he played Space Invaders as a young boy in the 80's. His genre tastes lean towards platformers, point-and-click adventure, action-adventure and shooters but he'll turn his hand to anything.