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Nintendo’s Indie World Round-Up – Game Informer

Nintendo’s Indie World Round-Up – Game Informer

Nintendo’s Indie World display might have just ran for 20 minutes, however the House of Mario loaded it a lots of statements within that time. We saw the exposes of Oxenfree II and OllieOllie World, got a brand-new trailer for TMNT: Shredder’s Revenge, discovered that Konami has a brand-new action video game in the works, and were amazed to hear that the seriously well-known Fez is getting here to Switch today. But if you missed out on the display, we have actually assembled the staying huge statements and trailers in one, hassle-free location to make certain you do not lose out on some appealing titles releasing to Switch (and, sometimes, other platforms) this year. 

Road 96

This procedurally-generated, story-driven experience video game centers on a teen who satisfies another youth as they start a roadtrip to the mountains while being pursued. Questions such as what your objective is, who’s chasing you, individuals you satisfy and how they will assist you depends upon your options and the roadway you choose to take; actually and figuratively. Look for Road 96 on Switch and PC later on this year. 

Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield

We included this trendy auto-runner in our list of upcoming video games starring POC characters, and we discovered it’s concerning Switch and PC on May 19. The video game is embeded in a futuristic variation of Detroit where gamers will run, leap, and slide to the beats of both homegrown and global hip hop artists in an effort to conserve the future. If you believe it looks rad, you can attempt it out through a playable demonstration that will be readily available on the eShop later on today. 

Last Stop

This narrative experience functions 3 different lead characters whose worlds clash thanks to a supernatural crisis unfolding in their house of London. Last Stop originates from Annapurna Interactive and is billed as an anthology drama with 3 stories in one. Uncover the secret when it pertains to Switch and PC later on this July. 


Another Annapurna joint, Hindsight appears to fixate a female’s memories as she comes to grips with which minutes deserve keeping in mind and what must be forgotten. Hindsight is concerning Switch later on this year. 

The Longing

The Longing is a dark and special adventure game that launched on Steam last March. Players control a servant who must wait 400 real-life days for him to awaken. The in-game clock is ticking even when you’re not playing, and it’s up to you to figure out what to do (or not to) in the meantime. The Longing will be available on Switch later today. 

There Is No Game: Wrong Dimension

This bizarre title was a big hit when it came to PC last year, and now Switch owners have a chance to bask in its weirdness. What is this game, exactly? Let’s just say that the less you know going in, the more fun you’ll have. Or you can watch the trailer above to get an idea, I suppose. The best part is that There Is No Game is available on the eShop today! 

Cris Tales

We’ve been looking forward to this gorgeous time-bending RPG for a long time, and now we finally know that it’s coming July 20 to Switch as well as PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Check out the new trailer above.

Aztech Forgotten Gods 

This special action video game features a futuristic version of Mesoamerica and stars Ashley, a warrior who sports a giant robotic fist. She’ll need such a heavy hand to battle gigantic gods. The fist can be upgraded and is also used to explore the large levels via parkour style traversal. The techno-flavored take on Aztec culture looks great and not something you see very often (if ever). We look forward to seeing how it pans out when it arrives this fall for Switch as well as PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

Skul: The Hero Slayer

After launching on PC back in January, this action-packed 2D rogue-lite sets its sights on a Switch release. Look for the game to arrive sometime this summer. 

The House of the Dead: Remake

Revisit the 1996 arcade classic remade with polished up graphics and improved, modernized shooter gameplay. Up to two players can mow down hordes of zombies together when it arrives later on this year. 

What video game were you most impressed with during today’s showcase? Let us understand in the remarks! 


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