Sony has announced a dozen upcoming indie titles for the PlayStation 4 and the PS Vita, among them being the relatively well-known side-scroller Nidhogg, as well as a variety of other games. Each developer introduced their title on the PlayStation Blog today, and we've a couple videos for you after the jump.
The anticipated PlayStation 4 version 1.70 update will be arriving tomorrow, and with it will come the SHAREfactory video editor we previously detailed, among other features. Also rolling out tomorrow will be the version 3.15 PS Vita update and the PlayStation App version 1.70 update.
Following closely on the heels of Yahoo's original comedy ambitions today, Microsoft has revealed that Xbox Originals -- original shows and live events of various sorts, including the Halo TV series -- will kick off this coming June. Those using an Xbox One, Xbox 360, or another Microsoft device will have access.
The March 2014 NPD Group numbers are in, and with them Microsoft has earned additional bragging rights for Titanfall, which was the number one bestselling game last month. Beyond that, Xbox One sales since launch have hit more than 5 million, a strong number that still lags behind the PS4's 7 million.
The Ouya Chupacabra update has arrived, and with it comes a variety of new features, including one that has been requested by many: audio passthrough for XBMC, bringing support for AC3, DTS, and AAC. After updating, users will need to download the latest version of XBMC for the new functionality.
Sony has announced that its PlayStation 4 has cumulatively sold in excess of 7 million consoles around the world, having hit the milestone on April 6, a short ten days ago. The company also saw favorable numbers with software sales, and has praised its gamers for "unprecedented support".