The games continue to pour in as Sony unveiled more games for PS4 and Vita at PAX Prime including Road Not Taken, Samurai Gunn, Cosmic Star Heroine, Dustforce and VVVVVV.
Road Not Taken is developed by Spry Fox and is described as "puzzle roguelike" by David Ederly, Spry Fox's CEO as reported by IGN. "In our take on Robert Frost’s poem of the same name, you wander through a mysterious forest in the aftermath of a large snowstorm. As you explore, you’ll come across wild animals, impassable barriers, and lost children. " Not sure what to think of that description but the game looks gorgeous.
Teknopants' (Shoot First) new game Samurai Gunn is described by publisher Maxistentialism as "a lightning-fast Bushido brawler for two to four players." Players are armed with a sword and a gun with only 3 bullets. Looks to be a very interestingly minimalist but fun game. Samuari Gunn is slated for release on PS4 and Vita in 2014 but is out on PC this holiday.
Developer Zeboyd announced its new game, Cosmic Star Heroine, a 2D turn-based combat game. Zeboyd was able to get some assistance in animation and effects from Dean Dodrill, the creator of XBOX Live's Summer of Arcade hit Dust: An Elysian Tail. No gameplay has been released but here's a trailer to get the blood pumping.
Developer Hitbox has confirmed that their newest game, Dustforce, will be available on the on PS4 and Vita in the future. Dustforce tasks players to "Cleanse each level swiftly and thoroughly to achieve mastery in this 2D, sweep-'em-up platformer," as read from the official website. It looks like cleaning can be fun for once. Dustforce is currently available on PC, Mac, and Linux.
Lastly, if you don't know the hit indie title VVVVVV, then you must be enjoying your house under a rock. VVVVVV is a gravity shifting platform puzzler with a difficulty that is off the charts. Already available for the PC, VVVVVV is slated to arrive on the Vita soon.
We'll keep you up-to-date and informed as more information trickles out with Tokyo Game Show just around the corner on September 19th through the 22nd.