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August 2014: PS Plus indie game debate for PS4

The very idea of more indie games being included in the PlayStation Plus August 2014 free title lineup on PS4 isn’t going down well, or at the very least has created quite the debate among fans. While you won’t need to look far for fans of indie titles, you’ll also meet a lot of ill feeling with some gamers wanting “a ps4 game moving in 3D”.

We’ve already seen a number of leaks discredited, and won’t likely see the PS Plus August 2014 free games announced early by PlayStation Asia. You can look forward to the details later this week on the official UK/US blogs.

Indie game debate – the feeling towards indie titles on PS4 follow two main opinions. There’s those that are happy with “more indie titles for PS4 thanks to it being too early for free AAA games”, and then those feeling “indie games are getting tiresome”.

You can see how strong some feelings are by the tweets below, which clearly reveal some gamers aren’t happy with just anything free for PS Plus in August. I guess too much of one thing isn’t a good idea and you can see some really unhappy people right now.

Are you getting tired of Indie games on PS4 and expect much more for your free PS Plus title lineup, especially now that we’re in August 2014? Also we’d love to hear why you think there’s a lot of people hating indie games? Let’s hope this next update performs a U-turn for the fans.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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