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Nintendo announces new lineup of indie games coming to Switch

by Brandon Russell | March 20, 2018March 20, 2018 12:30 pm PST

Nintendo Switch owners will have plenty of AAA titles to choose from in the coming months, including Mario Tennis Aces and Octopath Traveler. Following Tuesday’s Nindies presentation, there will be a plethora of great indie options, too.

The standout additions include Banner Saga 3, Mark of the Ninja Remastered, and The Messenger, the latter of which is an 8-bit platformer reminiscent of Ninja Gaiden.

“Since the launch of Nintendo Switch, we’ve continued to be blown away with the amount of high-quality games coming from our passionate Nindie developers, and the positive fan reception for those experiences,” said Damon Baker, Nintendo of America’s Senior Manager for Publisher & Developer relations.

Since its arrival last year, the Switch has become a haven for indie games, with games like Golf Story, Stardew Valley, and others all finding a home on the portable console.

Needless to say, if you’re a big supporter of indie games, the next few months will be keep you very busy. Below is a list of all the new titles heading to the Switch over the next few months. Unfortunately, Nintendo didn’t share exact release dates or pricing.

  • Mark of the Ninja Remastered from Klei Entertainment (fall)
  • Banner Saga 3 from Versus Evil (summer)
  • LUMINES REMASTERED from Enhance Games (spring)
  • Just Shapes and Beats from Berzerk Studio (summer)
  • Reigns: Kings & Queens from Nerial and Devolver Digital (spring)
  • The Messenger from Sabotage and Devolver Digital (summer)
  • Fantasy Strike from Sirlin Games (summer)
  • Pool Panic from Rekim and Adult Swim Games (this year)
  • Garage from tinyBuild Games (spring)
  • Light Fall from Bishop Games (spring)
  • Bomb Chicken from Nitrome (summer)
  • Pode from Henchman & Goon (spring)
  • West of Loathing from Asymetric (spring)
  • Bad North from Plausible Concept and Raw Fury (summer)
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Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell likes to rollerblade while listening to ACDC.

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