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IndieCast 13: Drift & Glitch

Sony makes big Losses, 100 Indie Games incoming & Space on your handheld.

Its Episode 13 of IndieCast, the worlds only podcast dedicated to Indie games on the PS Vita. This week saw Sony record eye-watering losses, but on a brighter note we have 100 new indie games to look forward to!

In this weeks edition of IndieCast we discuss a few awesome looking Indie titles, such as:

Axiom Verge 

A retro-styled 2D “metroidvania” action-adventure, inspired by such classics as Rygar, Contra, Bionic Commando, Blaster Master, and, of course, Metroid. But it also gives you power over glitches like those found in classic games, allowing you to scramble enemies, corrupt environments, and enter hidden areas. Check the two cool Gifs from the game below.


Easy big boy [Source:]
Easy big boy [Source:]
Zap and Pop [Source:]
Zap and Pop [Source:]


Drifter is an open-world, sandbox, space trading game with a procedurally-generated galaxy 100,000 light years across, made up of tens of thousands of star systems to explore and features an original soundtrack by composer Danny Baranowsky. In the game you take on the role of a spaceship captain attempting to eke out a living among the stars by trading goods between star systems, hunting pirates for bounties, mining asteroids for valuable ore, or even becoming a pirate yourself. Check out the cool gameplay vid below:

Also mentioned:

Spelunky –  A Indie sensation on the Vita, it is now making its way over to the PS4 with sexy 1080p.

Sparkle 2 – Coming next week on the store, Colin will be writing a review for the game in due course.

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