Super Meat Boy, Kentucky Route Zero, Poly Bridge and more are coming to Nintendo Switch
The Switch has a promising few months ahead of it.
After yesterday's preview of the indie games coming to Nintendo Switch, Nintendo has today released its full Nindies showcase featuring a slate of newly-revealed games destined for the hybrid system.
From the tough-as-nails platforming of Super Meat Boy Forever to the Twin-Peaks-inspired mystery of Kentucky Route Zero, Nintendo has courted some of the most renowned indie developers in the business to help flesh out the Switch's library while it chugs away at its own landmark titles. It's a smart move, and one that echoes Sony's approach during the early days of the PS4.
Best of all, every game shown off is slated for release within the next year, with a handful arriving in the next few months.
It's encouraging to see Nintendo making an effort to win over the indie scene, especially when both Microsoft and Sony seem to have shifted their focus back to the AAA in recent times. It's just too bad the company isn't showing the same wisdom on the social front.
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