Our final PlayStation game announcement of the month is something I’ve wanted to talk about for a really long time. I’m now very happy to be able to tell you about our plans to bring the critically acclaimed puzzle-platformer, The Swapper, to PS3, PS4 and PS Vita this year. The Swapper was released in 2013 on PC, and won numerous awards in the indie gaming scene for its story, graphics and puzzle design.
Hey everyone, Rob from Curve here! It seems like only a few weeks ago I was here talking about our Mega bundle of 2013 games. This week we’re very happy to announce something brand new: an indie puzzle game called MouseCraft.
Hey everyone! Rob here from Curve Studios. We’re probably one of the most active indie studios on PlayStation right now — we released five indie titles for PS3 and four titles for Vita in 2013, and we’ve got at least four more coming this year that we’ll be announcing very soon.
I’m Ed Key, one of the developers of Proteus along with composer David Kanaga. Proteus came out for the PC and Mac in January 2013 and had a fantastic reception from Edge, Eurogamer, IGN and many more. For something that started out as a weird experimental project between me and David, this was pretty mind-blowing, and it’s even crazier to now have the chance to bring it to PS3 and PS Vita with some brand new features that take advantage of Sony’s hardware.
Starting today, you can pick up Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut on both PS3 and PS Vita. The game has Cross-Buy and Cross-Save functionality, and is available through PlayStation Store for $12.99 ($11.69 for PlayStation Plus members).