Today, the Nintendo of America Twitter account announced that on “March 20th at 9 AM PT” they’ll be streaming “a new
#Nindies Showcase video presentation featuring (…) 30 minutes of information on indie games coming to [the] #NintendoSwitch!”
Even though Nintendo linked to their website, I’m certain fans will be able to watch the presentation on other websites like Twitch or YouTube. In terms of the content, it looks like we’ll be getting lots of information since the showcase will be thirty-minutes-long.
As for what we can expect from the Nintendo Nindies Showcase, I think we’ll see titles like the Untitled Goose Game, A Hat In Time, Hollow Knight: Silksong, and other previously announced titles receive release dates. Your guess is as good as mine when it comes to approximate dates for these titles. Maybe, we’ll even see them announce titles that’ll be available to purchase on the Nintendo eShop–the same day as the presentation.
I also can see Nintendo announce new indie titles for the console that will either intrigue, wow, or make several fans a bit bummed. With the current relationship rumors between Microsoft and Nintendo, I’ve seen many gaming websites report on rumors that games like the highly acclaimed indie title, Cuphead, will be getting a Nintendo Switch port. However, I’m not sure if that’ll be the case.
Regardless with how this presentation turns out, we’ll try our best to cover the variety of indie titles that will get release dates or announcements for the Nintendo Switch platform.
What do you think about this news? What indie title would you love to see be ported over to the Nintendo Switch? Are you hoping for Nintendo to reveal release dates for previously announced indie titles? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter, and follow us for more indie news, and everything gaming too.
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