Despite a lot of great 1st party and indie games, it still feels like the Switch isn't getting a whole lot of new 3rd party stuff. But here is a new game! If you don't know who Nippon Ichi is they are probably best known for their tactical RPGs like the Disgaea games, Phantom Brave, etc.
Info: - directed by Yoshihiko Toda - features a scenario written by Syupro-DX’s Jun Yokotaa - a disaster has occurred in the warm and nostalgic town of “Clocknee” - in order to resolve this incident, an adventure that revolves around time will unfold - characters include a girl named Sherry, a boy named Pegreo, and a robot named Isaac
NIS is all-in on Switch. They're such a strange company. Almost too quirky! A lot of their non-Strategy games seem neat, but I cant decide whether or not I'll actually enjoy them. Like Penny Punching Princess. Another recent trailer really intrigued me:
@Anand Liar Princess and the Blind Prince is a day one buy for me. I know next to nothing beyond the premise and a short snippet of footage, but this is the type of game I want to see more of. The kind that we got to see a fair amount of on the Wii, I feel. Quirky low-to-mid budget games with a smaller audience but a lot of heart.
@Anand Yeah, sort of like Pandora's Tower. And Muramasa: The Demon Blade, and the A Boy and His Blob remake, and MadWorld and DeBlob and Little King's Story and Elebits and Another Code R and you get the point. True about the indies, but they only get me so far...er, so far.