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Curve Studios Mega Bundle is available on Playstation Network

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Curve Studios announced on the official Playstation Blog on Tuesday that they have bundled four of their most well-known titles on Playstation 3 and PS Vita and made them available on Playstation Network at a deeply discounted price. The Curve Studios Mega Bundle includes Lone survivor, Thomas Was Alone, Proteus and Stealth Inc A Clone In The Dark.

As one of the most prolific indie developers on Playstation Network, several of Curve's games have gone on to be critical and sales darlings, in particular Thomas Was Alone and Proteus, with the latter placing high on several gaming website's best games of 2013 lists. The success of Curve's initiative along with Playstation's public push as an indie-friendly home has bolstered Playstation Network's reputation the place to go for the most creative and unique gaming experiences.

The Curve Studios Mega Bundle is available now on Playstation Network for $14.99 for the first two weeks, while Playstation Plus members receive a discount and only have to pay $13.49 for all four titles. Each game is also cross-buy enabled so people can download both the Playstation 3 and PS Vita versions.

Source: Playstation Blog

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