It’s E3 week and, as we wait patiently for the upcoming Nintendo presentation, there’s plenty of other content to get excited about. The Kinda Funny Games team has taken a leaf from Nintendo’s own book and put together their own video presentation.
The Kinda Funny Games E3 Showcase, hosted by Ted Gettys and Greg Miller, launched late on June 10. This is the second time the team has presented in this format, with a stream of upcoming indie games across a multitude of platforms, including the Nintendo Switch.
The video shows the duo at various eateries around hometown San Francisco as they discuss gameplay trailers of many new games. In fact, the duo managed to show off over 60 games in less than an hour – an impressive feat. Twenty two of these games specifically mentioned a Switch release, with a further nine mentioning a “console” release that we’ll assume includes the Switch for now.
Here’s the full list of games set to hit the Switch over the next 12 months.
- Hamsterdam (July 2019)
- Speed Brawl (out now)
- Wave Break (console, Q1 2020)
- A Duel Hand: Trackher (coming to Nintendo Switch today)
- One Night Stand (summer 2019)
- Aground (early 2020)
- Refactor (Spring 2020)
- Pig Eat Ball (summer 2019)
- Standby (August 1, 2019)
- Trigger Witch (2020)
- Freedom Finger (console, TBA)
- Ribbiting Saga (Kickstarter)
- Wooden Nikel (console, TBA)
- Etherboarn (July 18, 2019)
- The Gardens Between (coming soon)
- Renaine (2019)
- Sneaky Ninja (Summer 2019)
- Fling to the Finish (2020)
- Gunsport (console, mid 2020)
- Bombfest (out now)
- Lonely Mountains: Downhill (2019)
- Police Stories (Sep 19, 2019)
- Astalon: Tears of the Earth (2019)
- Treachery in Beatdown City (Summer 2019)
- Stoneshard (2019)
- Half Past Fate (2019)
- Undying (console, TBA)
- Castle Storm II (2019)
- Relic Hunters Legend (console, Q1 2020)
- Warborn (2020)
- Lost Ember (TBA)
You can catch the guys and their kinda funny presentation below. In the meantime, let us know which games caught your eye during the showcase?
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