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PlayStation Store adds Indie Games section

May 07 // Jordan Devore    @DtoidJordan

This sounds like the place to be

Sony is continuing its recent push for independent developers with the introduction of a separate category on the PlayStation Store for indie games. The intent is to "house all of our latest indie titles in one convenient place," according to the company.

It's worth pointing out that this category is, thank goodness, supplemental -- you'll also be able to find new titles in the usual places on PlayStation Network as always. The new section is simply an alternative method, one that folks who don't know what they are looking for will hopefully stumble into and come away from with a cool game in hand.

By the way, go download Guacamelee! if you haven't done so yet. Perfect way to test out the hub once it's live. There's also Retro City Rampage at 50 percent off and Papo & Yo at 40 percent off (or 55 percent off, if you are a PS Plus member) until May 21.


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