Currently five indie games are featured on the PlayStation Store and they're worth your attention. The five titles include: Strike Suit Zero: Director's Cut, Fez, Pure Chess, Octodad: Deadliest Catch, and Cel Damage HD. All these titles happen to be well reviewed, borderline addicting games. 

Let's talk about three of them now.

Strike Suit Zero: Director's Cut

By far the most complex game on this list, Strike Suit Zero is an epic space fantasy that takes place late in the 23rd century. You need to hold off a horde of alien invaders or else they'll completely run roughshod over planet earth.

You can fight the enemy invasion in jets or using a special strike suit. Either option packs a punch and you'll have a ton of firepower available to you. The game is a visually name-packed experience and you better not be light sensitive. You can purchase Strike Suite Zero for the cool price of $19.99 which is well below the standard $59.99 non-indie game developers charge for oftentimes generic, contrived titles.


We previously talked about Fez and how the development behind the game was nightmarish to say the least. In fact the games developer has refused to make a sequel to the inventive game. Fez is available to purchase for just $12.99 and playable in beautiful HD. Unsure you'll like the game? Just try the free demo that's located underneath the purchase option.

What makes this game great is its unique perspective shifts. All the games graphical elements are presented from "classic 2D perspectives" according to the game's bio. It's your objective to navigate the world and unlock secrets and collect items. Jump, climb and use bombs to worm your way through the maps. Be mindful, though, as the difficulty level can get quite intense.

Pure Chess

Chess Simulators have been around since the dawn of the computer. But realistic chess simulators that really respect the game have been hard to come by. Pure Chess wants to change the way you think and feel about the game in a whole new way. You'll be able to choose from many board and piece styles, whether they be wood, metal, or neither of the aforementioned.

With realistic lighting, high quality textures that make the boards and pieces come to life and myriad environments for you to play in, Pure Chess is worth your while. Online or local play with a friend is available as well. The game is available for only $7.99, but no demo is available.

Did purchasing a PS4 momentarily bankrupt you? Don't worry about buying these games. Tons of engaging free-to-play titles are available to download on the PlayStation Store as well.

What do you think of these games? Are they worth your hard earned cash? Let us know in the comments section below.