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Nindies Showcase Video Presentation Coming This Wednesday

A Nindies Showcase video presentation is headed your way. Tune in on Wednesday, March 20 at 9 a.m. PT to check out roughly 30 minutes of information on indie games coming to Nintendo Switch.

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Source: Nintendo of America

14 thoughts on “Nindies Showcase Video Presentation Coming This Wednesday”

  1. I hope we get some news to Terraria and Killer Queen Black (seemed interesting)

    Also a few more indie games couldn’t hurt – they seem to have more charm than the games bigger companies make these days.

  2. Oh nice!

    I’ll keep an eye on it.

    Just like Directs, these indie presentations also make me euphoric.

    The titles revealed or hinted here range from intriguing to idiosyncratic or both.

    I bet some of them would make an excellent excuse to take a break from all the huge games from larger developers.

  3. There are more Nindie Directs being released than actual indie games! I’m waiting forever for Shakedown: Hawaii or Redout or a ton of games that I already forgot about in the past 2 years.

  4. Cool! My Switch has sort of become an indie machine.
    20XX, A Robot Named Fight, Stardew Valley, Mighty Gunvolt Burst, Ghost 2.0 and more! (I suggest each game on that list.)

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  6. Where is bulletage? This game looks promising and was due like last November but heard nothing since.
    Also some details about chicken wiggle (switch version) as I loved mutant mudds.
    Errm, blazing chrome and I think some others, but I can’t think right now.

    1. Why not? We got everyone else. Except Toad. And Waluigi. And Mona. And another Starfox rep. And another Mega man rep. And Shantae.

  7. I would ask when will Nintendo learn, but I don’t like indie games because I didn’t want them to be in Smash bros before Simon Belmont. And we got a Smash bros with Simon now so I think I can handle some more indie games.

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