Nintendo has always had a good history with indie games; their consoles often serving as an appropriate place for weird and imaginative titles to find a fan base. This trend doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon.
Nintendo is keeping up with making Switch the console home of indie games.
As for the other games coming out on the Switch in the future, one of them will be The Final Station. Currently, the game has a very positive rating on steam thanks to the story, soundtrack and level mods available on Steam Workshop.
Hello Neighbor was one of the most anticipated horror titles of past year, with its various trailers and marketing showing off something original and different for players to enjoy. The game now has great reviews on steam with gamers praising the sombre mood and gripping story.
These five games will be released throughout the year for $14.99 each. The first is ClusterTruck, a fast-paced platformer where players must jump from truck to truck driven by bad drivers. It's a side-scrolling adventure game that's heavy on story, set in a post-apocalypse. Next is Punch Club, a throwback to the fighting games of old, where players are in search of their fathers killer.
Party Hard - A stealth and strategy game where you ruin your neighbor's party. Party Hard is due to be launched this summer, and Streets of Rogue is slated for a 2018 release date. Party Hard is a amusing and gory stealth game where you have to destroy a loud party. In a new announcement from Tiny Build and Dynamic Pixels, we've learned that several more indie games will come to the Switch.