Nintendo Switch

Indie Horror Title Hollow Is Heading To Nintendo Switch

If you are interested in indie horror titles then Hollow could be right up your street. The game is heading to the Nintendo Switch courtesy of Forever Entertainment and sees you explore an abandoned mining facility in space where something has inevitably gone wrong. Here’s the details from the developer about the horror game coming this fall:

“In “Hollow,” you are one of the pilots that transports precious resource cargo from the mining ship Shakhter-One down to Earth. One day you wake up in an emergency capsule drifting near the facility. You don’t remember who you are, or how you got out there… All you can remember is an autopilot docking code for capsule dock NR 6.

When you dock with Shakhter-One, it is clear that something has gone horribly wrong. The crew is missing and the entire facility is dealing with catastrophic power issues. As you start to uncover the ship’s terrifying secrets, Shakhter-One threatens to take your identity, your sanity, and – ultimately – your life.”

Thanks to thenintendoreviewer and N-Dub Nation for the tip!





  1. You’re welcome, Sickr. This looks like a great survival horror game that should be talked about more. Can’t wait for its release on the Switch!


  2. Ridley X3 {Greatness Awaits at Sony PlayStation 4. Awaiting Greatness on Nintendo Switch; just need cloud storage, add external HDD support, & make that stupid Nintendo Switch Online App on smartphones optional.} says:

    That’s got to be the worst trailer for a horror game ever. That last bit wasn’t even scary or even triggered a sense of fear. If anything, it just really, really annoyed me. It would have worked better if that last bit suddenly blasted in the middle of the relaxing music with chilling music & scary sounds from the actual game but no such thing occurred. *gives the trailer a thumbs down*


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