New Announcement from PlayStation Indies

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Sony has held PlayStation Indies day over on the PlayStation Blog recently, where Sony reveal several new updates for a variety of indie games coming to PS4 and PS5 at the upcoming months.


Sea of Stars Coming to PS4 and PS5

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First of all, the retro-inspired RPG Sea of Stars has been confirmed for release on PS4 and PS5. As the release date is confirmed, the developer Sabotage Studio has also given a closer look at Sea of Stars’ turn-based battle system. Due to its obvious JRPG inspirations, Sea of Stars does not have random encounter battles, and is a ‘pure’ turn-based system, with no time bars. MP regens though fights to allow for regular magic casting, and enemy special abilities can be weakened or even remove completely by breaking ‘locks’ with specific damage types. Party members can also attack together for combos, and characters can be hot-swapped in and out of battle to rearrange your team for maximum efficiency.


Schim Will Release on PlayStation Consoles

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Developer Extra Nice has published that its recently-revealed game about a traveling shadow, Schim, will be released on PS4 and PS5. The players of Schim will need to explore different Dutch-inspired locations as part of a hunt to find the human whose shadow they live in. Every location is a puzzle, as Schim can only move to other shadows, and so must carefully move from dark spot to dark spot over the map.


Cult of the Lamb Will Launch This August

Cult of the Lamb is a game type that a roguelike about anthropomorphic animals who are engaged in religious zealotry and will be launching on PS4 and PS5 on August 11. The game itself is as cute and wacky as the suggested title, and the PS Blog post written by developer Massive Monster is dedicated to excrement. Apparently, excrement management is the main part of the game, as the cult sanctuary must be cleaned up to ensure followers do not get sick and die. Thankfully excrement can be picked up and used to fertilize crops.


Signalis Coming to PS4 This October

The retro sci-fi game — Signalis will be release soon to PS4 on October 27. Signalis is a psychological sci-fi survival horror game which the visuals of the game are quite similar to the early days of Resident Evil and Silent Hill, with top-down cameras and close-up puzzle segments, include with a chunky inventory with spinning item models. Player can choose to play as Elster, then they’ll need to make their way through an apparently abandoned re-education and mining facility that’s bothered by distorted figures.


The Tomorrow Children: Phoenix Edition Launches This September

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Q-Games has introduced that The Tomorrow Children: Phoenix Edition will publish on September 6. This remake of the lost 2016 PS4 game is not just a new method to play an old game, but will also coming with lots of new characteristics.

Phoenix Edition includes many new islands to the world of The Void, and Monolith structures display new paths and secrets among previously existing islands. To travel across these new locations, a grappling hook is also included. Most important of the editions, The Tomorrow Children has eliminated all reliance on external servers As the game can’t be lost like the original version was which means the game itself can be played offline with ‘Comrade AI’ to control other characters.


Cursed to Golf Releases In August

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A new trailer for Cursed to Golf has released that the game is coming to both PS4 and PS5 on August 18. Set in ‘golf purgatory’, you play a recently expired would-be golf champion who must work their way through an ever-changing 18-hole course in an endeavor to resurrect themselves.


Inscryption Announced for PS4 and PS5

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The adored scary deck builder, which was released on PC last year, and finally coming to console. Inscryption has been announced for PS4 and PS5, even though the release date is not confirmed yet. The PlayStation version will make special use of the DualShock/DualSense controller, with RGB lights imitating the on-screen lighting, and talking card Stoat’s voice being proposed out of the controller speaker.




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