As is usually the case on a Thursday, the PlayStation Store has been updated with new PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita content.
This week's update brings Doki-Doki Universe, HumaNature Studios' outlandish puzzle adventure game, to all three of Sony's current consoles. Playing as a robot called QT3, you'll travel to different planets and meet over 100 characters as you strive to prove your humanity, in order to avoid winding up on the scrap-heap.
The game supports Cross-Buy, which means that you only need to buy the game once to have access to it on all supported PlayStation platforms. Early response has been mixed, if you're still interested, be sure to check back next week for the NZGamer.com review.
As announced earlier this week, the indie action-adventure sandbox game Terraria has found its way to PS Vita, and the PS4 also gets some indie love with the release of 505 Games' puzzler Tiny Brains. PlayStation Plus members will get a discount on the price of both titles.
* File sizes are normally listed on the PlayStation Store, but aren't currently available for these titles.