PlayStation Indie Boss Unveils His Favorite Indie Games Of 2021

While Nintendo was still presenting the best-selling indies on the Switch in 2021 at the end of the year, Sony is doing the Annual review around small but fine development studios is a little different: you set up one there Selection of favorite indies before and who would be better suited for this list than Shūhei Yoshida, Indie-Chef bei PlayStation and Maestro for game pearls.

Twelve months and twelve games: Even if Yoshida probably played more besides his busy schedule, his selection is the perfect New Year’s resolution, to catch up on missed games from last year and with one title per month, the endeavor is not only economical in terms of time, but also on your wallet.

Shūhei Yoshida’s favorite indies for 2021

Yoshida’s list is surprisingly versatile and even those who cannot do something with all twelve games will surely discover one or the other interesting title. Some of these games were pretty much in the spotlight last year, but others are mostly under the radar flown.

In addition to titles that have now become popular, such as the Roguelike-Hit Hades, the playable Pixar film Kena: Bridge of Spirits, the Zelda-Dark-Souls-Mix Death’s Door and the multiplayer phenomenon Among Us a few lesser-known games have also landed on the list. The colorful indie pearl Chicory: A Colorful Tale, for example, the PSVR-exclusive survival adventure Song in the Smoke or that spacey space adventure Solar Ash.

The full list of Yoshida’s favorite indies:

  • Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights
  • Chicory: A Colorful Tale
  • Doki Doki Literature Club Plus
  • F.I.S.T.: Forged In Shadow Torch
  • Hades
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits
  • Song in the Smoke
  • Jett: The Far Shore
  • Death’s Door
  • Solar Ash
  • Among Us

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