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That's just great to hear. Really glad they managed to find success on the Switch. I'm hoping to see some more cool games from them, and I gotta add this to my wishlist.



 

              

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Good to hear that the dev won't be going out of business



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It's a sad reality with Steam these days that most games are just going to get lost in the avalanche of awful releases, no matter how good they are. Switch is a great platform in that sense for indie titles, as they don't have to compete with so many other games for attention, so games like these get the chance to shine.



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Darashiva said:
It's a sad reality with Steam these days that most games are just going to get lost in the avalanche of awful releases, no matter how good they are. Switch is a great platform in that sense for indie titles, as they don't have to compete with so many other games for attention, so games like these get the chance to shine.

Ya im kinda worried the same thing will happen to the Switch eShop in a few years. In 1 year they have close to 500 games on the eShop and the frequency of releases is increasing so by year 3 or 4 it will probably have like 2000-3000 games.

One thing that gives me hope though is if Nintendo continues doing their Nindies Directs a couple times a year so the higher quality releases get some exposure.



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zorg1000 said:
Darashiva said:
It's a sad reality with Steam these days that most games are just going to get lost in the avalanche of awful releases, no matter how good they are. Switch is a great platform in that sense for indie titles, as they don't have to compete with so many other games for attention, so games like these get the chance to shine.

Ya im kinda worried the same thing will happen to the Switch eShop in a few years. In 1 year they have close to 500 games on the eShop and the frequency of releases is increasing so by year 3 or 4 it will probably have like 2000-3000 games.

One thing that gives me hope though is if Nintendo continues doing their Nindies Directs a couple times a year so the higher quality releases get some exposure.

Remains to be seen how things turn out. Right now there's enough room on the Switch for most good indie games to thrive, but that could change as more games get released. 



zorg1000 said:
Darashiva said:
It's a sad reality with Steam these days that most games are just going to get lost in the avalanche of awful releases, no matter how good they are. Switch is a great platform in that sense for indie titles, as they don't have to compete with so many other games for attention, so games like these get the chance to shine.

Ya im kinda worried the same thing will happen to the Switch eShop in a few years. In 1 year they have close to 500 games on the eShop and the frequency of releases is increasing so by year 3 or 4 it will probably have like 2000-3000 games.

One thing that gives me hope though is if Nintendo continues doing their Nindies Directs a couple times a year so the higher quality releases get some exposure.

It's pretty much inevitable, at least to some degree.  Console libraries continue to grow while attach rates remain somewhat static.  It might take longer for the Switch if some of the major open-world and multiplayer games stay away, as those typically eat up lots of hours, but more competition for finite software slots will eventually have an effect.



A company saved by the Switch. Good. Let's see if this trend of positive news continue in the next years.



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Pavolink said:
A company saved by the Switch. Good. Let's see if this trend of positive news continue in the next years.

hopefully not only will the trend continue but we'll also keep getting games as high quality was blossom tales was



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