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kenjab said:

Thanks for starting these posts. I love indies so this is right up my alley. I noticed that you've been doing these since March but somehow I've missed the previous ones. I might recommend bumping the threads at the end of each month, since the data is pretty sparse at the beginning when you first create it.

As for the indies, I noticed that you didn't have The House in Fata Morgana listed for April, which surprises me because it has a whopping 98 metacritic score on Switch (it's only platform so far), and I'm pretty sure it's an indie developer. I've never played it and it's a very niche genre (visual novel) but that score is pretty eye-popping!

Actually, I was thinking on keeping this thread as the only one from now on and just keep updating it each month until the end of the year, and then do a new one for the whole 2022. The idea is to update the OP with just the highlights of the month, instead of making a full table with all the announced games from the get go like I used to do in the other threads (that's why there are so few games right now in this one). Then, the final day of each month I could post the complete table with all the games released that month (bumping the thread in the process, as you say) and make a shortcut to that post, so that it's easily accesible.

My full raw list (without fancy tables) of games scheduled for July as of now is this, by the way:

Spoiler!

The Procession To Calvary
Observer: System Redux

Out of Line
Boomerang X
Blue Fire
Swords of Legends Online
Where The Heart Leads
Guild of Darksteel
Little Witch Academia: VR Broom Racing
Lost at Sea
World for Two
Cotton Reboot!
Cris Tales
Urban Trial Tricky Deluxe Edition
Dariusburst: Another Chronicle EX+
Tribes of Midgard
Escape from Naraka
The Ascent
Bustafellows
Vesper

Last Stop
Chernobylite
Trigger Witch

Didn't know about The House in Fata Morgana, that score is indeed impressive! I'll make sure I check it out tomorrow and add it to the list. Thanks for sharing that info, it's pretty nice.



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