Pier Solar and the Great Architects
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Can anyone find a release date on this? Thought it was going To be march!
@DesendApparently the HD stands for 'Highly Delayed'
@Dreamz so it would seem. Still nothing and it's now May. I wish they would at least come out and give us some news.
And now it's June. Every single indie is taking forever to release and suffering innumerable delays. This was supposed to come out in December. Then March. Then April. Two months later and I'm wondering: Is it cancelled..? Hyper Light Drifter. Delayed from 'maybe June' until 'around Christmas'. Tengami. Soundtrack's out now. The game? Who knows. Scram Kitty made it, but it took months of delays. Armillo was planned for a February release. Not out yet. Wooden Sen Sey, Assault Android Cactus and Teslagrad haven't really been given release windows, though I've heard 'soon' and 'a few weeks delay' in a few cases. If indies got their act together, they wouldn't be competing with Mario Kart 8. They'd have made their impact already. Or maybe.. MAYBE all the delays have been because the install base is so stupidly low that these devs have been waiting for MK8 to turn things around. Whatever the case, I'm starting to genuinely lose interest, especially after lacklustre games like Puddle, Toki Tori 2, Edge, Crashmo, Scram Kitty and the obnoxiously buggy Ittle Dew. Aside from Child of Light (which isn't an indie at all) the eShop seems to being getting more filler and less thrillers. When talking about the below average Wii U and it's tacked on Gamepad, that's (surprisingly) still saying something.
@NodesforNoidsThanks for the info. While I don't exactly share you gloomy sentiments, it is unsettling that all these great games get announced...and then numerous delays become a haunting silence. I have faith that these (Tesla, Hyper, Pier, and about 8 others...) great games will eventually be released (then again, I can be hopelessly optimistic when it comes to Nintendo), even if it takes Mario Kart to champion them out of darkness. Perhaps E3 will shed some light on the Indie scene, otherwise, I'll keep with NLife for my U news.
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