Hit enter to search or ESC to close
QUByte Interactive is certainly very Busy and definitely creating some interesting titles across platforms.He is also a big supporter of Switch, and his QUByte Connect 2021 showcase Many Of the system title.
We’ve already talked about the resurrection of the beloved NeoGeoTag team fighter Rage of the Dragons, but here’s a complete list of other Switch games (with trailers) announced at the show:
So let’s get started.
Described as a 2.5D side-scrolling action-adventure designed by Metroidvania, it may stylishly remind you of Switch’s recent hits from Nintendo. However As an indie effort, this looks promising. There is no doubt that further optimization and development are underway ahead of next year’s arrival. Fighting a lot of monsters as an elite marine is certainly fun, so we definitely monitor it.
If you look at the name “Galaxy Trail” and find it familiar, that’s why.This is certainly from some of the team behind Freedom PlanetIn fact, this was originally an experimental title for itch.io, but is now back and recreated as a traditional game. It also looks pretty fun as it makes the grapple mechanical work in different ways-watch out for future updates.
I think there are many things I like about this. It has a Game Boy Color-style palette, a variety of playstyles, a screen-filled boss, and a section where playable dogs jump into the mecha. Hopefully the end result will be as fun as the trailer.
At the time of writing it, the classic “now” part of the broadcast teeth It’s available in North American e-shops, but not yet in European stores. It’s a low-cost platformer, not shy to raise the bar for challenges, and the gameplay probably looks like a blend of Super Meet Boy and Celeste. With over 100 levels, it’s worth a look.
If you like horror to see the real place, it’s probably interesting and is described as “a story based on the true tragic history of a small castle on Apa Street in the city of São Paulo, Brazil.” It doesn’t look like a game that attracts new players to this genre, but it may certainly be interesting to first-person Spookfest fans.
The world isn’t short on agricultural / breeding RPGs, but that doesn’t mean new entries in this genre can’t captivate us. This seems to have a lot of familiar elements, but the story may be fun-it’s about an ambitious hero who is late for the final battle and needs to work in a tavern to get home.
It’s not the easiest game to understand from the trailer that touts it as a surreal story of a “lost game” from a retro system. Here’s the official description to add some meaning to the concept: “Bem Feito is a combination of horror games, creepypasta, suspense, adventure, and alternate reality games (ARGs) that use fiction and some references from the real world together.”
Another horror title. This time, I will be in the position of Aughust Heylel, an exorcist whose faith has declined. On dark nights with the Switch in hand, it can be properly creepy.
Anny K. And a retro-style challenging platformer trying to reunite her robot Droid07. Lots of tricky controls and hazards that look pretty standard in this genre.
This is actually a remake of the 1987 release that graced systems such as the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64. Such isometric puzzle games were popular at the time because they worked in one room at a time trying to overcome various dangers and challenges. If you enjoyed the Lumo on Switch, this might be worth a look.
Something like a movie Inner space (Children, check it out) But it’s a bit tougher because you’re trying to cure a deadly virus. The color palette looks pretty calm, but it’s a shooter with someone’s internal organs, and it can be pretty fun and gross.
This time it’s a vertically scrolling game, but it’s another shooting game. This looks pretty eye-catching because the visuals and levels look pretty imaginative. The description says, “We are trying to bridge the gap between art and fun, underground and mainstream, old and new.”
A hand-drawn visual and colorful side-scrolling action game. This seems to be the most enjoyable in local co-op play with up to 3 companions. There are four different fighters, each with its own abilities, so it would be interesting to see how it is formed.
This is an update for the 2016 release, with some pretty half-baked reviews at the time.It certainly has a sense of style, but with bright visuals and inspiration from the horrors of the 80’s, it certainly has a sense of style. Maybe … It will be interesting if it is improved over the original.
This 3D platformer is definitely promising and the number of trailer levels is Super Mario 3D Land When Super Mario 3D World.. It certainly wears a source of inspiration on its sleeves, but it may be a fun time-it’s something to see.
This is a trilogy of retro puzzle titles, Remmings In the early 90’s. As you can see in the trailer, the collection includes a Game Boy version and has some modern touches (such as a storage system) to assist players unfamiliar with the series.
This is a little strange. It was actually released in this week’s download update, but you can also play it on the Nintendo Switch Online NES app, so if you subscribe, you can play it for free. If you don’t use NSO or want to own a digital copy, you can get it at e-shops in North America and Europe.
It looks rather like Occur Many styles and colors have been added to steroids. There are also RPG elements that allow you to acquire different types of weapons and upgrades.
That’s a lot of you, hey! In the comments, let us know which of these games stand out for you.
About the author
I am good at playing various of games such GTA, FF and others. I love to share my gaming knowledge to each of you! Let's find out more fun in playing video games!