Nintendo Switch unwraps new indie games for Christmas

Nintendo Switch unwraps new indie games for Christmas

11th December 2019 0 By Darren Parkin

Nintendo’s closing update of 2019 for the Switch console has unveiled an assortment of indie games.

The festive selection box even included some follow-ups to two of the Switch’s most popular games as Axiom Verge 2 and Sports Story became Yuletide surprises.

Sports Story is the highly-anticipated sequel to the amusing Golf Story RPG introducing a new set of sports to pursue.

Axiom Verge 2 picks up from where the action left off in the first offering of the pixel shooter. Axiom Verge 2 will also be the stepping stone towards the Switch’s own Metroid game which is expected to be out at the end of 2020.

Both Sports Story and Axiom Verge 2 will be on the shelves before summer.

Meanwhile, a host of other new games will be making their way onto the console.

The Talos Principle Deluxe Edition should get a fanfare welcome, as will Streets of Rage 4.

A free-to-play monster-hunting RPG – Dauntless – became available over the last 24 hours. The slick action story already has a massive fanbase on PS4, PC and Xbox.

The Survivalists – a spin-off from The Escapists – will also make its way to the Switch soon.

Gamers in Japan are in for a treat, however, as it was revealed that a handful of extra games will be available for players in Nintendo’s home nation.

The Kyoto-based firm did announce, though, that the well-loved hit ‘To The Moon’ will be making its console debut on January 16.

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