The wait continues
One of the best indies available on the Nintendo Switch eShop right now is SteamWorld Dig 2, the seminal follow up to Image & Form’s popular 3DS Metroidvania. A couple months ago, Rising Star Games revealed that it had partnered with Image & Form to bring SteamWorld Dig 2 to retail, releasing it on 27th April in Europe...
Diggin’ up a treat
Image & Form’s SteamWorld franchise has become somewhat of a household name among the Nintendo eShops as of late, with games spread across Switch, 3DS, and Wii U gathering almost nothing but praise from players and critics alike. SteamWorld Dig 2, which is perhaps unsurprisingly the sequel to the rather wonderful...
In the "USA, Europe, and beyond"
Rising Star Games has announced that it will be publishing Image & Forms' SteamWorld Dig 2 in a physical release on Nintendo Switch. Being one of the highlights of the Nintendo Switch eShop, SteamWorld Dig 2 is perhaps an obvious choice for game that deserves a physical release. Arriving in spring 2018,...
Digging for more gold
One of the greatest indie games that can be picked up on the Switch eShop right now (and boy are there plenty of those) is SteamWorld Dig 2. We absolutely loved it, and the sales numbers have shown that plenty of others have, too, although there are plenty of vocal fans out there that love the game so much that they’d like to...
The icon the game deserves
SteamWorld Dig 2 is an excellent game on the Switch eShop, meeting expectations and also delivering the IP's most successful launch. It's certainly among the 'must-have' downloads, but the ever-demanding Switch audience has had one complaint - its HOME screen icon. To be fair, the launch logo was a bit rubbish.
Will you be the first to 100%?
SteamWorld Dig 2 is now available to download from the Switch eShop and we rather liked it in our review. The game is jam-packed with things to do and as with any Metroidvania style game, completing it with 100% of collectables will be a stern challenge. Image & Form's big cheese Brjann Sigurgeirsson has just...
Full steam ahead
As Image & Form often reminds us, its now-familiar core IP began with SteamWorld: Tower Defense on DSiWare, a thoroughly decent tower defence game. It was SteamWorld Dig that was transformative for the studio, however, achieving well-earned success on the 3DS and a range of other platforms. That allowed the team to up the ante...
Along with some new snippets of footage
Image & Form keeps its fans updated on progress with its episodes of The Engine Room, and does so once again with its latest episode. This one focuses on the soundtrack for SteamWorld Dig 2; as fans of the series know, each entry brings some terrific game music to our ears. The big-name composer for...
"It's more than a nice deal"
During today's Nintendo Switch Nindie Showcase, it was confirmed that the highly anticipated SteamWorld Dig 2 will arrive on 21st September; developer Image & Form has also confirmed the pricing. It'll cost $19.99 / €19.99 / £14.99, which is higher that the original SteamWorld Dig but in the same...
Pushed back for extra polish
Image & Form has issued an update on the much-anticipated SteamWorld Dig 2, which is a mix of good and bad news. The good news is that the game is 'pretty much finished', and though it has also been announced for PS4 and PC the Switch version is 'still the main platform'. The bad news is that the studio is pushing...
HD Rumble and all sorts of goodness promised
SteamWorld Dig 2 is likely near the top of a number of Switch eShop wishlists, as it's the long-awaited direct sequel to Image & Form's breakout hit (as it was back then) on the 3DS eShop. Given the lead role it had in the Nindies Showcase in Switch launch week, it's evidently a big part of Nintendo's...
SteamWorld Dig 2 was chosen to lead off the Switch Nindie Showcase, broadcast shortly before the system launched. The original SteamWorld Dig was a bit of a breakout hit for Image & Form, of course - though the studio had a long track record before that 3DS eShop release, it has often admitted that the success of that game took...
Following last week's appearance at GDC, of course
When Nintendo unveiled its Nindie showcase shortly before launch it opened the broadcast with SteamWorld Dig 2 by Image & Form, with the Swedish studio announcing the sequel to its significant breakout hit. It certainly looked rather promising: After appearing at the industry GDC event, the...
A surprisingly hum-drum tale
It was good news when SteamWorld Dig 2 was announced earlier this week, leading off the Nintendo Switch Nindies Showcase. After the impressive success of the original a direct sequel always seemed on the cards, and over the past few years Image & Form had often suggested as much. Now that it's out there, the studio...
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