Earlier this week, Nintendo posted a new Nindies Showcase video in which it offered details on the newest batch of Indie Games coming to Nintendo Switch. This will include some 20 new games, some of them part of the Shovel Knight and Super Meat Boy franchises, others indie collaborations.
Some of These New Indie Games Will Be Available During PAX West
In a statement, Nintendo announced its intention of bringing back the [email protected] event at the 2017 PAX West in Seattle. This will be held to celebrate the release of all these new indie games.
Damon Baker, of Nintendo of America, stated that “It’s great to see so many different developers creating new, unique experiences that take advantage of the hardware’s features.”
He continued by pointing out that this will be “a win” for fans as they will have access to a wider selection of “great indie content” which can be accessed whenever and wherever they want.
For example, one of the new games will be Super Meat Boy Forever from Team Meat. Or Yacht Club’s Shovel Knight: King of Cards and IntiCreates’ Dragon: Marked for Death.
Some of the new games will be indie collaborations, for example, the Grasshopper Manufacture and Suda51’s Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Or the loved Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition from Annapurna Interactive and Cardboard Computer.
Fans who visit the PAX West will have the chance to give a go at some of these new indie games. They will be available as part of the Nindies Arcade organized in the Washington State Convention Center. This is found on the third floor, in room 3B.
The Nindies Arcade will be open from noon to 9 p.m. from September 01 to September 03, and from noon to 6 p.m. on September 04.
On August 31, also held the [email protected] at the Museum of Pop Culture, and live streamed it at https://www.twitch.tv/hyperrpg. This included some sneak peaks of never-before-seen-gameplay and also the participation of some developers.
The full list of new games can be accessed on the Nintendo statement. Their release dates are also mentioned in a new video.
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