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Nintendo reveals the best-selling indie games on Switch in 2020

Nintendo’s official Indie World Twitter account has taken a look at the best-selling indie games on the Nintendo Switch platform during 2020 and featured them in a new video. There have been a wealth of creative and innovative games which have helped push the boundaries of storytelling and gameplay at affordable prices. The titles chosen by the Indie World account are as follows in no particular order:

  • Hades
  • Streets of Rage 4
  • Spiritfarer
  • Moving Out
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps
  • Carrion
  • What the Golf?
  • Shante and the Seven Sirens
  • Super Mega Baseball 3
  • Superliminal
  • Jackbox 7
  • Sakuna of Rice and Ruin
  • Kentucky Route Zero
  • Crosscode
  • Bloodstained Curse of the Moon 2
  • Neon Abyss

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11 comments

    1. Wanted to comment the exact same thing. I always get the feeling that few people know about the game and that it isn’t getting the success it deserves. Great to see it’s actually doing well on Switch after all. It’s one of my favorite indie games!

  1. Huh? Sakuna is not an indie game?? It really doesn’t feel like one. It has so much content and complexity to be considered one. Plus it costs almost like a full game price while the others are all around USD 20.

    I think they just clubbed it in this list so it has more exposure and more people check it out.

    1. Well no. Indie does mean “cheaper low budget game” its anything devwloped by a smaller independent studio( not counting publishing), which Sakura.

      Also if it was in the top 20 indies games on the switch for a year like 2020, it doesn’t need exposure.

      1. I know what indie means. They don’t an amazing rep when it comes to quality and polish and I don’t want people to mistake it for a game that is lacking because it’s not.

    1. Moon studio is an indie developer as far as I know. Microsoft helped fund the game. They still did a very lousy porting job to Switch.

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