Nintendo Switch and why it’s the perfect home for indies

Unlike previous generations, the Nintendo Switch has become a hotbed for indie games, leaving fans with more than just first party titles, and triple-a experiences. Believe it or not, the Nintendo Switch is one of the best places to play and purchase indie games to date. Here’s why.

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Nindies and Indies: 19 Indies to look forwards to in 2019


As 2018 begins to quickly wrap itself up, it’s hard not to get excited for what the following year has in store. The only thing we aren’t hearing a lot about is the upcoming indie titles compared to big-name releases. So let’s take a look at 19 indies and Nindies to look forward to in the upcoming year.

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Q.U.B.E. 2 is set to Release in Q1 2018 for PC and Consoles


Today, the independent studio behind Q.U.B.E. has released the first official Gameplay Trailer for their upcoming title Q.U.B.E. 2, a sequel to their award-winning title. The new trailer shows off the world players will come to familiarize themselves when Q.U.B.E. 2 launches in Q1 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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Indie Arena Brawler title Battlerite is Now Free-to-Play on Steam


Free-to-play games are always a joy to have around. They offer a varied experience for every player. Want to throw down a few bucks for more skins, characters, or customizations? Have at it. Want to save a few bucks and work hard to earn your right to each of the characters, unlocks, or skins? Have at it. That’s the joy about free-to-play titles. The latest one to join them all is also a joy to have around.

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Sony Music Entertainment Announces a Indie Game Publishing Label Unties


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Sony has been making major moves within the gaming industry as of late. The PlayStation 4 has absolutely been dominating in the global market, they’ve realigned their business to help boost the sales of indie titles, and even welcome in some of the industries younger teams. The company has even made powerful strides into the VR market. However, today may highlight something a bit new for Sony Music Entertainment.

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