After it was previously announced during an Indie World Showcase, Gleamlight landed on Switch earlier today. View some footage in the video below.
Gleamlight is available for Switch via the eShop.
Gleamlight launch trailer
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D3 Publisher and DICO have issued a launch trailer for Gleamlight, Switch’s new 2D action game. Take a look at the video below.
Gleamlight will be released for Switch via the eShop on August 20.
Gleamlight launches on Switch later this month
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Gleamlight’s launch appears to be just a couple of weeks away. According to an eShop listing, the action game is lined up for August 20.
D3 Publisher and Dico originally announced Gleamlight during a December 2019 Indie World Showcase. We knew it would be releasing sometime this year, but this is the first time we’ve had an actual date.
Here’s some information about Gleamlight plus a trailer:
Action-RPG The Vagrant coming to Switch
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DICO is bringing the action-RPG The Vagrant to Switch, the company announced today. Rainy Frog will be publishing.
Here’s an overview of The Vagrant, along with a trailer:
Gleamlight dev responds to Hollow Knight comparisons
Posted on 9 months ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments
One of the new games announced during this week’s Indie World Showcase is Gleamlight. Coming from publisher D3Publisher and developer DICO, it’s slated for an early 2020 launch on Switch.
Unfortunately, the reveal hasn’t gone over entirely well. Gleamlight has drawn some harsh reactions to Hollow Knight, with some gamers calling it a “ripoff”. The comparisons can be found in responses to Nintendo’s tweet about the game, as well as on YouTube. Speaking of YouTube, Nintendo’s upload of the trailer currently has has more dislikes than likes.
Inti Creates not involved with the main development of Bloodstained any longer
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Inti Creates was originally involved with the primary development of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. That’s not the case any longer, however.
The Bloodstained confirmed on the game’s forums that Inti Creates left the main project last E3, though they’re still on board for the “prequel mini-game.” DICO has since taken over Inti Create’s role. ArtPlay is also still the main developer.
Here’s the update on Inti Creates and the overall development team: