E3 2017: Limited Run Games Announces All The Things

Limited Run Games has been keeping busy with its publishing plans but there’s always more hiding behind the scenes, waiting for its moment to be revealed.  The LRG E3 Twitch stream announcement video was hit after hit of indie gaming, starting off with announced projects and switching over to a series of quick-shot revelations cascading out one after another.  Afterwards it switched over to a Q&A with the home team, chatting with fans and answering questions.  There’s a lot of great stuff in there so here’s the list starting with the refresher course and switching to all-new midway through-

Announced, coming eventually-

Furi (PS4)
Oceanhorn (PS4, Vita)
DariusBurst (Vita)
DriveDriveDrive (PS4)
The Bit. Trip (PS4, Vita)
Night Trap (PS4 in Standard, Collector’s, and Unannounced versions)
Salt & Sanctuary (PS4, Vita)
YIIK (PS4, Vita)
Sundered (PS4)
Home (PS4)
Cosmic Star Heroine (PS4, Vita)
Nuclear Throne (PS4, Vita)
Fallen Legion (PS4, Vita)
Tharsis (PS4)
Plague Road (PS4, Vita)
Battle Princess Madelyn (PS4, Vita)
Sharin no Kuni (Vita)
Rabi-Ribi (PS4, Vita)
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap (PS4)
Ys Origin (PS4, Vita)

All New Announcements-

Croixleur Sigma (PS4, Vita)
Layers of Fear (PS4)
Bard’s Gold (PS4, Vita)
Ghost Blade HD (PS4)
The Bunker (PS4)
Factotum 90 (PS4, Vita)
Mercenary Kings (PS4, Vita)
Claire: Extended Edition (PS4, Vita)
Jotun (PS4)
Aero (PS4)
The Flame in Flood (PS4)
Kero Blaster (PS4)
2064: Read Only Memories (PS4, Vita)
Volume (PS4)
Momodora (PS4)
Va-11 Hall-A (Vita)
Rive (PS4)

It’s a huge mix of titles with a little something for anyone.  I’m personally stoked for Ghost Blade HD and Rive, but games like 2064: ROM and Va-11 Hall-A have enthusiastic fans as well.  There are no release dates to be had yet, beyond what’s currently on the Limited Run games site for a couple of titles, and pretty obviously it’s going to take a while to get through this pile.  There are still revelations upcoming, though, because a lot of games are waiting on either the paperwork to clear Japan or the developer has its own plans on how best to announce things.  There’s a lot on the way and more coming up, and it’s a nice division between crowd-pleasers and smaller indies that might never have had a chance at physical preservation.