Nintendo has actually let loose another of its indie-focussed displays, shooting out more statements of video games heading to Switch in the coming months. And in case you missed out on the livestream – or have an incredibly brief memory – here’s whatever it consisted of.
Digixart – the designer behind well-known World War 1 narrative experience 11-11: Memories Retold is bringing its striking procedural trip experience, Road 96, to Switch later on this year.
Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield is parkour-infused 3D runner embeded in a eye-catching, futuristic Tokyo – and to a “dope-tastic” soundtrack by Detroit artist Danime-Sama – that’s heading to Switch on 19th May, with an eShop demonstration today.
The ever-reliable Annapurna Interactive has 2 titles concerning Switch. Virginia designer Variable State’s Last Stop – which includes 3 linked, supernaturally hued stories in one – pertains to the console in July, while Joel MacDonald’s Hindsight, covering the whole of a lady’s life from birth to today day, shows up later on this year.
Developer Roll7’s superlative OlliOlli is making its long-awaited return in the kind of OlliOlli World, which brings the series’ fearsomely engaging skateboarding formula into incredibly stylised 3D – and onto Switch – this winter season.
Studio Seufz’s fascinatingly lonesome experience The Longing is out today on Switch. This one casts gamers as Shade and sets them loose in the caverns of a huge underground kingdom, discovering methods to kill time as they wait 400 days for their king to awaken – in real-time.
Also concerning Switch today is, well-known point-and-click funny experience There is No Game: Wrong Dimension, providing a “through ridiculous and unforeseen” journey through a procession of maybe faintly familiar computer game universes.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge is a side-scrolling beat-em-up influenced by the retro similarity Turtles In Time. It’s a cooperation in between Dotemu – the publisher behind Streets of Rage 4 and Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap – and Flinthook designer Tribute Games, and is concerning Switch later on this year.
Perpetual Nintendo indie display guest Cris Tales, a stunning action-RPG from designers Dreams Uncorporated and Syck, lastly has a release date. It’s due to introduce on Switch on 20th July and an eShop demonstration is offered now.
Developer GuruGuru’s GetsuFumaDen: Undying Moon is concerning Switch next year. This one guarantees “roguevania 2D action”, constructed around extremely tactical martial-arts-style battle, throughout a gorgeous underworld influenced by standard Japanese Ukiyo-e art.
Aztech Forgotten Gods, established by Lienzo, is a 3D action-adventure that informs the story of Achtli, a young Aztec lady, in her mission that pits her versus enormous ancient divine beings. It’s due to get here on Nintendo’s platform this fall.
Developer SouthPaw Games’ dynamic Skul: The Hero Slayer, referred to as an “action-packed rogue-lite 2D platformer for the ages”, is making its method to Switch this summer season.
Also due on Switch this summer season is FunSelektor’s art of rally – a striking, elegant top-down racer that GamingOverpowered taken pleasure in quite when it launched in 2015.
Developer Stonewheat & Sons’ KeyWe, a “disorderly postal puzzler” beginning small kiwi birds Jeff and Debra, is set to debut on Switch this August.
Labyrinth City, designer Darjeeling’s adjustment of kids’s book series Pierre the Maze Detective, is due this “spring”, sending out gamers on a puzzle-strewn experience throughout a stunning hand-drawn city in a quote to recuperate the mystical Maze Stone.
Weaving Tides, established by Follow the Feathers, unfolds throughout a tremendous fabric landscape brimming with Zelda-like dungeons. Exploration and perplexing are the order of business here, with gamers able to release the weaving capabilities of their flying installs in order to advance. It’s out on Switch this May.
The totally obvious The House of the Dead: Remake from Forever Entertainment and MegaPixel Studio – the group behind in 2015’s irregular however satisfying Panzer Dragoon remake – is concerning Switch later on this year.
Ender Lilies: Quietus of the Knights, referred to as a “dark dream Metroidvania fairy tale” is making its method to Switch on 22nd June.
Budding wildlife professional photographers can start an experience throughout a wonderful environment filled with amazing animals in Beasts of Maravilla Island from Banana Bird Studios. There are puzzles to be fixed, animals to engage with, and, obviously, pictures to be snapped when it releases this June.
Polytron Corporation’s carefully created puzzle-platform Fez – a GamingOverpowered favourite that, rather amazingly, commemorated its ninth birthday the other day – gets a long-overdue Switch release today.
And lastly! Oxenfree 2: Lost Signals, the follow up to Night School Studio’s well-known narrative experience, shows up later on this year. Following the occasions of the very first video game, Riley go back to her home town of Camena where secrets – focusing on yet more radio signals – take place.