IndieCade jumps off this weekend in Culver City California featuring over 200 games, eight PlayStation 4 titles and tons of mind-bending content on the Oculus Rift, all playable.

IndiCade is the world’s largest indie game festival celebrating independent developers and shining a light on the hard work of indie game houses. This year’s festival includes hundreds of playable games and including wait-in-line worthy next-gen PS4 titles and the mind-blowing virtual reality of the Oculus Rift. This year also features the first ever IndieCade eSports tournament.

“Indies are experiencing a break-out year with unprecedented publisher support and a plethora of amazing titles,” said IndieCade CEO Stephanie Barish. One of the supports Barish if referring to is the extra lengths Microsoft and Sony have gone to ensure accessability for indie developers on their next-gen consoles. While Ouya, who will have a booth at IndieCade, has completely opened its system so that anyone can have full access to publish games.

If you're in Culver City this weekend check out IndieCade, for tickets and information head over to the IndieCade site.

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[Via IndieCade]

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