Another indie title is making the switch (boo) to Nintendo’s latest console. I, Zombie is coming to the Switch on March 8. The developer, Awesome Games Studio, previously released their game on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
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Hey, you. Yeah, you. Do ya like makin’ money off growin’ crops? Does the sound of a tractor engine remind ya of home? Do ya have a profile on farmersonly.com but don’t own a farm? Are you a country boy or gal stuck in the big city? Do you wish you could simulate farming life whenever wherever? Have I got a game for you.
There are no cutting corners in Farming Simulator; it’s a simulation through and through. You won’t find neighbors to befriend or mysterious caves to explore. Just your land, crops, tractor, and you. You better like almost every aspect of modern-day farming; otherwise, you’ll be dragging your feet in the mud. At the same time, that’s what makes Farming Simulator brilliant.
Last year brought the release of a few new 3D platformers like Yooka-Laylee and Super Mario Odyssey. However, one popular title never made it to a Nintendo console, and it looks like it won’t anytime soon. Developers Gears for Breakfast confirmed on twitter that A Hat in Time will not be coming to the Nintendo Switch.
The Undercoders are back at it again! The Barcelona based independent studio recently announced their next platforming adventure game: Superola and The Lost Burgers. Add it to your Nintendo Switch library on Feb. 22!
Out of the many Nindies on the Nintendo Switch, few can pull off the feeling of not being an indie game; however, League of Evil is one of those rare Nindies that does just that.
While we hope a Super Mario Maker port or remaster comes to the Switch in the near future, we needed a game to hold us over until then. Thankfully, I can say League of Evil scratches that itch. League of Evil takes an interesting, 8-bit twist on the whole ‘create-and-play’ genre of video games. The end result may be a little lacking compared to other games in the genre, but it is still is a fun ride.
One of the biggest complaints with Rocket League on the Switch is how it performs. The visuals are far inferior to those of the other systems, and people don’t seem to understand why. Well, there’s a new patch releasing today that will hopefully address these issues. Sure, they said “performance improvements” but hopefully Rocket League getting this patch helps with resolution.
If you’ve been wanting to get Rocket League, you might want to wait until January. The Rocket League Collector’s Edition will be coming out as a physical release for Switch on January 16th. It’s also only $10 more than the digital version.