Switch Continues to Get Indie Love Adding ‘Rogue Legacy’ and ‘Full Metal Furies’ In November

Cellar Door Games has jumped on the Nindies (Nintendo Switch indie) train as the indie developer has shared that Rogue Legacy and Full Metal Furies will be dashing to Nintendo Switch on November 6. Each game will be available separately on the Nintendo eShop, however, Full Metal Furies will have a 25% discount that’ll start on launch day (November 6) and end on November 25. A price has yet to be announced for both games.

Since the Nintendo Switch’s release, it’s been getting a slew of fun indie games, and Rogue Legacy and Full Metal Furies are without a doubt great additions to the console’s indie line up. Just a quick heads up — both titles are tough-as-nails, especially Rogue Legacy, so get ready to die… a lot.

Rogue Legacy is a critically acclaimed and addictive action-platformer with roguelike elements that was released back in 2013 for PC, then it jumped onto Xbox One in 2015 and then made its way to PlayStation 3, 4, and Vita in 2017. It’s a generational roguelike with one insane gameplay mechanic — every time your hero dies, you have the option to pick from various heroes that each have their own unique characteristics and abilities. For example, one hero might be dyslexic or have “gigantism” (a trait that makes the hero a giant), and these traits can change how you play quite a bit.  

While Rogue Legacy is a solo experience, Full Metal Furies, on the other hand, is a cooperative action RPG where four players go on a quest to save a war-torn world from extinction. The game can be played solo, on the couch, or online and thanks to the Nintendo Switch, you’ll be able to play it on the go. Teamwork makes the dreamwork in Full Metal Furries, as you have to rely on your buddies (or if you’re playing solo, your ability to switch character classes) to attack destroy enemy barriers. Full Metal Furries released for PC and Xbox One on January 17.

Check out both games in action in the Nintendo Switch trailer below.

Author’s Take: It’s always nice to hear that the Nintendo Switch is getting more indie lovin’. Having played Rogue Legacy on the Vita, I’m looking forward to playing it on the go again thanks to the Switch — and I’m sure Full Metal Furies is going to be a ton of fun to play.

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Brad Crespo

Editor-in-Chief - On a quest to play as many new games as possible while trying to finish an endless backlog.