'The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+' Tops Nintendo Switch Games; Tomorrow Land Games Added In NX
Nintendo Switch has just been released this March and albeit it has few games to start with, NX has added four more to entertain its gamers. As for March 16's additional, "The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+" is leading the charge. However, the other three are also known to other gamers who are familiar with the indie gaming scene.
"The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+" is perhaps the biggest release and it comes with a rather expensive $40 price tag. The generated shoot-'em-up game, as Polygon describes, will prove to be a major enticement for many Nintendo Switch players as they wait for the additional games to come.
Prior to its initial release, it was reported that a lot of players have pre-ordered the phenomenal game. What makes "The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+" pretty exciting is the fact that it's Nintendo Switch's most difficult game as players are more at risks of dying at the game. They also have a plethora of bosses to battle with, with new playable characters and chapters to go along with.
Furthermore, "The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+" is planning to hit retailers, too as its physical edition will be sold with a fully-colored instruction booklet. This is something new for Nintendo Switch games and for some reasons, it's reasonable enough for its price.
Meanwhile, as Slash Gear reported, the other three titles that went out with "The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+" are "Human Resource Machine," "Little Inferno," and "World Of Goo." These three came from the same publisher, Tomorrow Corporation.
For those who are popular with the indie scene, these games are nothing new but for those who have never encountered them, the Nintendo Switch is the perhaps the best platform to try it.
Originally, the three Tomorrow Land Games were planned to released on the Nintendo Switch's launch day, however, the publisher postponed its release for some reason. But then again, the games are now available on eShop for $10 each.
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