Spelunky, Metrico, more announced for PS Vita and PS3

Explore randomly-generated caves or fight in two-button combat.

More indie games are on the way to PlayStation 3 and PS Vita. During PlayStation Indie Arcade at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Sony confirmed four new games for current-gen PlayStation platforms.

  • Divekick: A “quirky two-button fighting game” from Iron Galaxy Studios for PlayStation 3 and PS Vita.
  • Metrico: A PS Vita exclusive from Digital Dreams that “delivers an innovative experience in an atmospheric infographic world” and utilizes the system’s controls “in a new way.”
  • Spelunky: A randomly-generated cave explorer, first launched on Xbox LIVE Arcade, coming to PlayStation 3 and PS Vita with “new exclusive features” this summer.
  • Limbo: The acclaimed puzzle platformer will make its way to PS Vita.

Previously confirmed titles also mentioned include:

  • Sportsfriends (PS3, Move)
  • Guacamelee! (PS3, PSV)
  • Dragon Fantasy: Book II (PS3, PSV)
  • Ibb & Obb (PS3)
  • Hotline Miami (PS3, PSV)
  • Luftrausers (PS3, PSV)
  • Velocity Ultra (PSV)
  • Thomas Was Alone (PS3, PSV)
  • Zombie Tycoon 2: Brainhov’s Revenge (PS3, PSV)

Also announced at tonight’s event are Blacklight: Retribution and Primal Carnage: Genesis for PlayStation 4. Read more about those here.

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