Two new IPs announced for Vita

Sony Worldwide Studios has announced a slew of new IP for PlayStation Vita.

The games were announced during Sony’s Gamescom conference.

First was Murasaki Baby, a stylised puzzle platformer where you have to guide a young child to safety through dangerous levels. This is done by leading them by the hand using the touch screen.

Next up was free-to-play music game BigFest (pictured). The object of the game is to build the world’s best music festival, choosing and promoting new groups to perform. They will also need to build facilities for festival goers, and can visit friends’ festivals to compare them.

The platform holder also discussed how indie games are thriving on Vita, rolling out a bunch of notable indie developers like Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell and Mossmouth founder Derek Yu.

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