Thoughts on Nindies at Night 2017

**I'm a little late to the party as life once again jumped in the way. 

Once again Nintendo had a Nindies at Night event at PAX West. They showed a lot of interesting titles including a title that I am sure will be in a lot of fans library once it releases. Here are a few of the games that I am looking forward to from that showcase.

  • Wulverblade: This game looks like it will be a lot of fun. It's an arcade brawler that is set in Britannia and uses real historical figures for their fictional story. This one will be a purchase for me as I love the art style and the game play.
  • SteamWorld Dig 2: I played the first one and I thought that it was pretty good. Naturally, I will be giving this one a shot when it releases as well.
  • Mulaka: If anybody knows me then they know I like a good or interesting art style. This game kind of reminds me of Mark of Kri from the PlayStation 2 generation of gaming. 
  • Dragon Marked for Death: Sometimes Inti Creates has a game that just piques my interest and this is one of those games. I like the game play style as it reminds me of the beat'em games of the 90's.
  • Battle Chef Brigade: Once again art style has piqued my interest. However, it's not just the art style it's the game itself. I'm interested in seeing how this one turns out.
  • Nine Parchments: I am a fan of the Gauntlet series (not the one that came out on PC but the older games) and this reminds me of those titles. Plus it also helps that this game looks a lot like the Trine series which is a lot of fun if you haven't had a chance to try it out, you should.
  • No More Heroes Travis Strikes Again: Do I really need to explain. IT'S TRAVIS FRIGGIN' TOUCHDOWN!!!!!

These are just a few of the games that caught my eye. What are you looking forward to? Are there any games you liked from the presentation? Let me know in the comments and as always thanks for reading.

Nindies Presentation

Nindies Sizzle Real (If you don't want to watch the Presentation)

Images via Nintendo 

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