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Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that 12 indie titles will be making their way to PlayStation 4.

Some of these titles are also coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita. Noteworthy titles among the 12 are Zachtronics’ Ironclad Tactics, Derek Yu’s Spelunky, and Nidhogg. A full rundown of the 12 titles, along with trailers, can be found below:

  • Nidhogg: One of the big breakout indie hits of 2014 makes its console debut. Do not miss.

  • Spelunky: Derek Yu’s beloved procedurally generated platformer comes to PS4 in full 1080p with new social features
  • Chasm: A visually stunning adventure platformer from Discord Games

  • Skulls of the Shogun: The Bone-a-Fide Edition: The acclaimed strategy/brawler hyrid arrives on PlayStation platforms with expanded features

  • Source: A striking take on the Metroidvania genre from Fenix Fire Games
  • Axiom Verge: An ambitious retro platformer with intriguing twist, supported by our Pub Fund initiative

  • Drifter: Celsius Game Studios serves up an enormous space exploration sandbox

  • Jamestown Plus: An OTT co-op shoot ‘em up from Final Form Games

  • Starwhal: Just the Tip: Breakfall’s joyfully mad multiplayer creation comes to PlayStation

  • Escape Goat 2: An ingenious platformer from the ‘Double Fine Presents…” stable

  • Ironclad Tactics: Finely crafted strategy gameplay with some unexpected twists from Zachtronics

  • Apotheon: A beautiful action platformer set in Ancient Greece from the talented AlienTrap team

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12 indie titles coming to PS4, including Nidhogg, Spelunky, and more

By Matthew Bennett | 05/1/2014 06:06 AM PT

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Sony Computer Entertainment has announced that 12 indie titles will be making their way to PlayStation 4.

Some of these titles are also coming to PlayStation 3 and Vita. Noteworthy titles among the 12 are Zachtronics’ Ironclad Tactics, Derek Yu’s Spelunky, and Nidhogg. A full rundown of the 12 titles, along with trailers, can be found below:

  • Nidhogg: One of the big breakout indie hits of 2014 makes its console debut. Do not miss.

  • Spelunky: Derek Yu’s beloved procedurally generated platformer comes to PS4 in full 1080p with new social features
  • Chasm: A visually stunning adventure platformer from Discord Games

  • Skulls of the Shogun: The Bone-a-Fide Edition: The acclaimed strategy/brawler hyrid arrives on PlayStation platforms with expanded features

  • Source: A striking take on the Metroidvania genre from Fenix Fire Games
  • Axiom Verge: An ambitious retro platformer with intriguing twist, supported by our Pub Fund initiative

  • Drifter: Celsius Game Studios serves up an enormous space exploration sandbox

  • Jamestown Plus: An OTT co-op shoot ‘em up from Final Form Games

  • Starwhal: Just the Tip: Breakfall’s joyfully mad multiplayer creation comes to PlayStation

  • Escape Goat 2: An ingenious platformer from the ‘Double Fine Presents…” stable

  • Ironclad Tactics: Finely crafted strategy gameplay with some unexpected twists from Zachtronics

  • Apotheon: A beautiful action platformer set in Ancient Greece from the talented AlienTrap team

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89