Sony Announces Two More Indie Games At PAX


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PAX Prime took place over the weekend and Sony held a small event showcasing some of the indie titles headed to its platforms. Most of the games shown at the event were already shown at E3 or Gamescom, but the company did announce two new titles headed to PlayStation platforms.

The first game is called Cosmic Star Heroine, and is the latest game from retro RPG developer Zeboyd Games. The developer may be most famous for Cthulhu Saves The World, but they also made the final two Penny Arcade Adventures games as well.

Here's the official synopsis:

Save the entire galaxy (all of it) with Agent Alyssa L'Salle, along with her bizarre band of adventurers. Cosmic Star Heroine is inspired by the great '90s RPGs we all know and love, including Chrono Trigger, Phantasy Star, and Suikoden. Prepare for ample amounts of pixel art, retro music, and a fair share of space adventures.

Cosmic Star Heroine will be available on both the PS4 and PS Vita.

The second indie title coming to the PS4 and PS Vita is called Road Not Taken. it's being developed by Spry Fox, the guys behind games like Triple Town and Realm of a Mad God.

Here's the official synopsis:

Explore a mysterious woods in an effort to better understand life's surprises. Road Not Taken is a new, puzzle roguelike with dozens of hours of play. No two adventures will be alike, and death is waiting around every corner.

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