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The PSN store just got a new Discover section; here’s how it works

Thursday, 22nd May 2014 12:20 GMT By Dave Cook

Sony has just rolled out PSN’s new ‘Discover’ section. It’s a place where interesting indie games and curious finds can be highlighted on the store for all to see. Here’s how it works.

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It follows rumours that Sony is already working on a new PS4 console version.

Now, over on PS Blog EU, Sony explained that highlighted games in the Discover section can be browsed by genre to help you find below-the-radar games you might find enjoyable.

Sony added that it will regularly update the Discover section with new releases, which should hopefully give interesting indie games a chance to shine amid the likes of Battlefield and Call of Duty.

Let us know if you check it out.

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4 Comments

  1. Luciferous

    Something strange has been happening to my gaming habits lately, more and more I seem drawn to smaller, high quality titles like Child of Light and Transistor than bigger titles.

    This new discovery business might just be right up my alley.

    #1 3 months ago
  2. KAP

    Stranger still is that my “next gen” gaming habits has been none existent since before and after Second Son.

    Hopefully, Watch Dogs will pick up the slack.

    #2 3 months ago
  3. Junior

    @Luciferous not at all strange. As I got older, I started losing my interest in the yearly franchises (although some were amazing like uncharted and MMO.

    Smaller games with good story and charm got my interest. Also, I like good graphics, games on the go and games I can play for half hour and stop. The vita shined in that department. I couldn’t get into mobile gaming because i like having the buttons.

    I do my big games on consoles and my indies, ports, jrpgs and collections on the handheld. I was really sad that Child of Light could be only played on console but Ubisoft remedied that.

    #3 3 months ago
  4. bradk825

    Neat idea. This way they don’t have to throw everything in one bucket where those who are interested in these types of games have to dig to the bottom (figuratively of course, I am aware the bucket is digital).

    #4 3 months ago

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