PlayStation 4 indies at BitSummit in Kyoto: Assault Suit Leynos, two shmups, and first look at Rocketbirds 2

Revolver360 Re:Actor and Prismatic Solid confirmed.

Revolver360 Re:Actor and Prismatic Solid for PlayStation 4

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia showcased a new lineup of PlayStation 4 (and two PS Vita) indie games during its stage event at BitSummit in Kyoto today.

Among previously known titles like Mighty No. 9, Project Phoenix, and Octodad: Dadliest Catch, the following new software was shown:

  • Assault Suit Leynos (PS4, Dracue Software) – Reportedly a full remake of the original Mega Drive game.
  • Infinita Strata (PS Vita, Office 5656) – No details.
  • One Upon Light (PS4, SUTD Game Lab) – A monochromatic puzzle game where light is dangerous and players must move in the shadows.
  • Prismatic Solid (PS4, YO1 KOMORI) – A shoot ’em up initially launched as a $1 Xbox LIVE Indie Game in June 2010. Watch an old trailer here.
  • Revolver360 Re:Actor (PS4, Cross Eaglet) – A “rotary shoot ’em up” first sold for PC at Comiket 85 last year. Watch an old trailer here.
  • Rocketbird 2: Evolution (PS4 and PS Vita, Ratloop Asia) – Previously announced, but officially debuted at BitSummit.

Watch the debut trailer for Rocketbirds 2: Evolution below. View the first three screenshots at the gallery.

Thanks, Dengeki Online.

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