Sony loves indies – Here are 30 indie games coming to PlayStation platforms

Any doubt that Sony was leading the console race to woo over indie developers has been squashed in the last couple months. The PlayStation 4’s reveal and a string of digital successes have seen indie game makers come out of the woodwork to sing Sony’s praises. The publishing process has been streamlined. Pub Fund is helping devs bring their brilliant ideas to fruition. The future has never looked brighter for creativity and the little guy.

So, yes–Sony loves indies, and there’s at least 30 reasons to be excited. Check out our list of upcoming indie titles coming to everything from PS4 to PlayStation Mobile. As the weeks and months go by, we’ll be covering, previewing, and reviewing these games right here on PSU. So, sound off in the comments and let us know which games you’re most looking forward to.

Blacklight: Retribution – PS4

Primal Carnage: Genesis – PS4

The Witness — PS4

Rain – PS3

Divekick – PS3 and PS Vita

Spelunky – PS3 and PS Vita

Velocity Ultra – PS Vita

Metrico – PS Vita

Sportsfriends (including Johann Sebastian Joust, BaraBariBall, Hokra and Super Pole Riders) – PS3

Ibb & Obb – PS3

Hotline Miami – PS3 and PS Vita

Dragon Fantasy Book I — PS3 and PS Vita

Dragon Fantasy Book II – PS3 and PS Vita

Thomas Was Alone – PS3 and PS Vita

Luftrausers – PS3 and PS Vita

Friend Network App – PS Vita

Zombie Tycoon II – PS3 and PS Vita

A Virus Named Tom – PlayStation Mobile

Treachery in Beatdown City – PlayStation Mobile

Crumble – PlayStation Mobile

Crystallon – PlayStation Mobile

Don’t Wake the Bear – PlayStation Mobile

Hermit Crab in Space! – PlayStation Mobile

Oh, Deer! – PlayStation Mobile

Rymndkapsel – PlayStation Mobile

Ten By Eight – PlayStation Mobile

Lone Survivor – PS3 and PS Vita

Terraria – available on PS3, coming to PS Vita

LIMBO – available on PS3, coming to PS Vita

Bit.Trip Runner 2 – available on PS3, coming to PS Vita


U.S. Managing Editor Kyle Prahl has never owned or stepped foot in a frozen banana stand. You can follow him on Twitter.