Playism to Begin Publishing PS4 & PS Vita Games in North America and Europe This Year

On Twitter today, indie game digital distribution service Playism announced that they’ll begin publishing on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita this year in North America and Europe.

So far we know of six titles headed to PlayStation platforms in the West, with the currently known details placed below:

Coming in 2015

Torquel (PS4, PS Vita)

  • A 2D puzzle/platformer with a simple yet ingenious concept: spin and stretch the ends of the protagonist’s boxed prison to overcome obstacles and complete each stage. This indie game’s prototype was first revealed in 2013, and received much acclaim at the NicoNico Indie Game Fest, E3 IndieCade ShowCase, Intel Level Up, and Japan Media Arts Festival. Now it’s coming to the PlayStation  4 and PlayStation Vita! Let’s Roll!

Prismatic Solid (PS4)

  • Experience the abstract yet dangerous world of Prismatic Solid through its simple shapes and geometric aesthetic. Swim through a torrent of bullets as you dodge flashing lasers, debris from explosions, and fluttering embers. Featuring music by master game music composers Shinji Hosoe and Ayako Saso.

Coming Soon (Descriptions Taken From Steam)

Mitsurugi Kamui Hikae (PS4)

  • Take on the role of a warrior maiden forced to hunt down her best friend who has stolen a sacred demon blade. End the feud between two warrior maidens and the demon sword between them, told through high speed action!  

Croixleur Sigma (PS4, PS Vita)

  • High speed hack-and-slash action!Tonight, in the Queen’s realm of Ilance, two prodigies representing the Knight and Aristocrat factions will do battle in ‘the Adjuvant Trial’. This ritual, which has been held since the founding of the nation, decides which faction will hold military and political authority.

Astebreed (PS4)

  • Climb into the pilot’s seat of an otherworldly war machine and take down a genocidal alien race bent on eradicating humanity to preserve their own civilization.  

Revolver 360 Re:Actor (PS4)

  • The world really does revolve around you in this mind-bending shooter where changing your perspective could save your life.

Are you planning on buying any of these games when they come to PlayStation?

[Source: Playism (1), (2), Nayan Ramachandran (Twitter), Steam (1, 2, 3, 4)]