The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of 2016The year 2016 was one of the most enjoyable in recent memory.
We got to play a lot of new games, discover new things, and enjoy some of our favorite experiences.
We’ve already covered some of the year’s best indie titles, but we still want to touch on some of its lesser known titles.
These are the ones that will make you want to grab your favorite controller and jump in.
The GoodThe Best Games of 2016A lot of the big indie titles were announced at E3 this year, but there were a few surprises hidden away that we didn’t see coming.
Let’s take a look at what’s really worth checking out.
Braid was the first big title announced for the Switch.
The indie title was the culmination of a year of work from its creator, David Cage, and has a lot to offer indie developers.
The title has been around since 2014, but the last few years have been the year it’s been on the radar.
This was Cage’s first foray into a new platform, so the title is certainly one to keep an eye on.
Breathe is another title that’s been announced for Switch, but it has a very specific focus.
The game has been in development since 2015, and is set in a world where there are only oxygen and light.
Breathe is an immersive, atmospheric game that explores the idea of empathy.
The game is available to play on Switch in early 2018.
Bubbles is a puzzle game with a cute mascot named Bubbles.
It was announced at the 2015 Nintendo E3 show, and was one that had the potential to become something really special.
Instead, it turned out to be one of those games that fell short of what it should have been.
The original Bubbles is one of many games that were announced for Nintendo Switch.
However, the platform wasn’t available at the time.
This game is the only one that didn’t make the jump to Switch at E03, but Bubbles will be available on Switch on November 1st, 2018.
Weirdo is another indie game with very limited launch date.
The title was first announced for Wii U in 2016, but hasn’t been released on that system since.
The Wii U version was supposed to be released in 2018, but was pushed back to 2020.
It’s a good game for those who love puzzle games, but its too short for those of us who love deep exploration.
It also isn’t for everyone, and we’d love to see the game make its way to Switch as soon as possible.
Ikon will be one that’s interesting for those interested in the genre.
It’s a puzzle adventure game, which means the developers aren’t shy about having players solve puzzles.
Players will have to figure out how to get to the destination of Ikon and the secrets it holds.
I don’t know if the game will make its Switch debut, but fans will have a good chance to check it out at the E3 2018 show.
The next game in the series is an RPG, so this title is definitely worth a look.
The only reason that the game isn’t in this list is that it’s only a title, and doesn’t have an official launch date, so its been sitting on our shelves since 2016.
This title was announced during the 2017 Nintendo E03 show, but has yet to be made available on the platform.
The platform was also absent at the show, so it’s not available at all.
The developer has a strong track record for releasing titles on Switch.
It has been a while since a Switch game was announced, but that hasn’t stopped us from giving it our attention.
The Switch is going to be the console of choice for a lot more people, so we hope that indie developers keep releasing great games.
It won’t be an easy task, but hopefully the platform will take care of itself.