Curve Studios Mega Bundle Now Live

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Curve Studios are super proud to announce a brand new bundle of some of the highest-rated indie titles ever to grace the console in one fantastically cheap bundle, released today on the EU and US PSN stores.

The highly originally titled Curve Mega Bundle includes the following delectable indie games from our prolific 2013 releases – Stealth Inc, Thomas Was Alone, Proteus and Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut – there’s more info on each title below.

Curve Studios PR Manager Rob Clarke said: “This bundle has everything from exploring a peaceful, dreamlike world to getting your head exploded by lasers. It represents a nice little slice of the ‘Indie Pie’ for those who have yet to stuff their face full of its delicious goodness.”

Every single title is Cross-Buy, which means you’ll be able to play them on the PlayStation 3 AND the Vita. Some are also Cross-Save enabled, too. The bundle is available for two weeks at the discount price of £11.99 / $14.99 / € 14.99, or £9.99 / $13.49 / €12.99.

The promotional price on the bundle ends on the 11th of February in the EU. You can find the bundles on the US and EU PSN store.

The Bundle

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Stealth Inc – From our very own Jonathan Bidds Biddle, Stealth Inc is the HD version of the original PC action-platformer, Stealth Bastard Deluxe. Here is our review.

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Thomas Was Alone – A puzzle game with a story narrated by Danny Wallace, written and designed by the ubitiqous indie darling, Mike Bithell.

 

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Proteus – An absolutely unique game of exploration and discovery, our PlayStation version of Ed Key and David Kanaga’s Proteus also comes with a GPS island generation feature on the Vita. Here is our review

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Lone Survivor – A psychological survival horror game by Jasper Byrne, our Director’s Cut version features new endings, side quests and graphical enhancements. Here is our review

Jim Smale

Gaming since the Atari 2600, I enjoy the weirdness in games counting Densha De Go and RC De Go as my favourite titles of all time. I prefer gaming of old where buying games from a shop was a thing, Being social in person was a thing. Join me as I attempt to adapt to this new digital age!

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