Sony Unties To Publish PC And Switch Games

by Sammy Chan
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Unties will focus on Indie and Nintendo Switch games.

Sony Music Entertainment is expanding its horizon by going into game publishing. The new label, Unties, will focus on publishing Indie games that might have gone unnoticed. Besides that, Unties will also be publishing PC and Nintendo Switch games for Sony. Here’s what Sony Music Entertainment has to say about Unties:

“At Unties, we dig up the masterpieces buried in those situations, and support them so that more users notice and pick them up. We spread information about excellent games and sell titles for multiple platforms.

Currently, they have four games lined in which two of it will be heading to PC and Nintendo Switch:

Tiny Metal

Platform: PlayStation 4 / Nintendo Switch / Windows PC / Mac OS
Release date: November 21
Official Website
Tiny Metal is a turn-based action game by Area35. Fight against the evil nation of Zipang as Artemisian Lieutenant, Nathan Gries. You’ll be commanding your very own army to capture rival territories. Look at how tiny the tank is. If you’re an Advanced Wars fan, you’ll like this one.

Last Standard

Platform: Windows PC
Release date: TBA
Official Website
A 3D Action game that introduces the Psycho Dive system. With the system, the game analyses players’ social media accounts to generate a weapon. And then you move on to beat up other people who have their own unique weapon. Here’s hoping those pictures of food will give me a strong weapon.

Merkava Avalanche

Platform: Windows PC
Release date: TBA
Merkava Avalanche looks like Transformer in the desert. Robot fights, anyone?

Deemo Reborn

Platform: PlayStation 4 / PlayStation VR
Release date: TBA
From mobile to console, follow the story of Deemo and a little girl. Deemo is one of the top mobile rhythm action game and now it’s getting a PSVR treatment!
Finally, all the games with the exception of Deemo Reborn were discovered on Steam Greenlight (now Steam Direct). As for Unties and their unique name, here’s what it means:

“The name ‘Unties’ comes from the thought ‘to unleash the excellent talents of unique game creators all over the world’ and ‘setting creators free from the various shackles of game publishing,’ named from the intention of realizing publishing that is freedom of production without restraints.”

At any rate, this is a good thing for the ever-growing gaming industry and we’re glad to see good indie games are getting the attention they deserve.
Source: Gematsu

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