So, yesterday afternoon I published a post about a trio of trailers for Xbox One indie titles that caught my attention at E3 2014.
Not wanting to play favorites, I thought I should publish a similar post about a few of the awesome-looking PS4 indie titles that were shown during Sony's early-evening press conference at the same event.
Here they are:
The trailer above is for ABZU, a captivating title that's being made by Giant Squid, the development studio opened by former Journey art director, Matt Nava.
I do wish this trailer gave viewers a better idea of how the final product will play. Even in its current state, though, I'm curious about it and will keep an eye on it (despite the fact that I don't own, and may never own, a PS4).
This second trailer, above, is for a game called Entwined. Sadly, it offers up even less gameplay than ABZU's trailer.
PS4 owners won't have to wait months or years to discover how this Pixelopus-made title plays, though, as it's already available for purchase on the PlayStation Store for $9.99. (Apparently it'll be made available to PS3 and Vita owners down the line, too.)
Finally, there's the trailer for No Man's Sky, above. This one's all about "exploration and survival in an infinite procedurally generated universe," according to developer Hello Games.
The question is: will the gameplay be able to live up to the hype created by this trailer? I certainly hope it will, although I've got to admit I'm a bit skeptical.
How about all of you? Did any of these PS4 indie titles trip your trigger yesterday? If so, which ones--and why?