Indie Games Category Coming To Playstation Store Later Today
Published on Tuesday, 07 May 2013 10:19
There’s no doubting the support Sony gives when it comes to independent developers and the unique software they put out. Last year’s Journey was not only an incredible experience, but it won numerous awards including game of the year...and it’s a PS3 exclusive. This morning, it was revealed on the Playstation Blog that the PS Store will add an "Indie Games" category to the mix to "highlight some of the most unique gaming experiences on PlayStation platforms." To boot, they’re even giving special discounts on a few of their popular titles just to celebrate the situation, as shown below. Let’s all be hipsters tonight, guys.
- Retro City Rampage: 50% discount to all from May 7th to May 21st
- Papo & Yo promotional bundle containing the soundtrack and game: 40% discount (55% for Playstation Plus subscribers) from May 7th to May 21st
- Zombie Tycoon 2: Free for Playstation Plus subscribers for a limited time
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