It’s fair to say that indie games publisher Playdius has a rather diverse collection of releases under its ever-growing belt.
The studio has titles across all major platforms and is known on mobile for games like A Normal Lost Phone, Bury Me, My Love, and Somewhere: The Vault Papers, all of which are known for their gripping and emotional narratives.
But its upcoming Switch offerings, which we had the chance to check out at GDC last month, are very different beasts entirely, and run the gamut of genres including RPGs, racing games, and rhythm-action titles.
We only had a very short amount of time with each game, so we’ve decided to round-up the whole lot into one article for your reading pleasure.
Away: Journey to the Unexpected
Away: Journey to the Unexpected is a weird, weird game. Developed primarily by one man, Aurélien Regard, it appears on the surface to be a fairly typical first-person RPG with a colourful fantasy setting.