TOKYO TRAV­ELS

EDGE - - KNOWLEDGE TGS 2014 -

The in­ter­na­tional in­die prospects reach­ing TGS

With Sony foot­ing the bill for a large in­die-game area, nearly 70 smaller de­vel­op­ers from around the world were able to show their games for free at TGS. Some of the Ja­panese ti­tles were at BitSum­mit in March, but there was also plenty of new stuff to see, in­clud­ing Air­ship Q, a four­player sand­box Vita game that feels like a more ac­tion­based Ter­raria; The Girl From Gunma, an iOS and An­droid throw­back to 16bit sidescrolling shoot­ers that is be­ing re­worked for a pos­si­ble PS4 and Xbox One re­lease; and Lit­tle Witch Pie De­liv­ery, a witch ‘sim­u­la­tor’ for Ocu­lus Rift that uses a full-size mo­tion-con­trol broom­stick.

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