Atlus West announced on Twitter today that action adventure game Code of Princess will no longer be available on the 3DS eShop starting this April.
Been looking for some more indie gems for cheap? Well, some of Nicalis’ games will be seeing a price cut over in Europe.
For awhile now, Switch fans have been clamoring to own the classic shoot-em-up Ikaruga in physical form – especially ever since the game launched more than a year ago on the eShop. Well, the opportunity to grab a copy is finally coming up.
Earlier last week, we reported on the unfortunate delisting of Ittle Dew 2+ from the Switch eShop – which occurred in light of accusations against publisher Nicalis for its shady business practices. With fans now enraged at Nicalis’ actions, the publisher finally decided to defend itself with a new statement.
Last week, the video game community were enraged by Kotaku’s story on the shady dealings and ghosting of indie publisher Nicalis.
Game developers and former employees of Nicalis have spoken out against Nicalis CEO, Tyrone Rodgriguez for multiple incidents of abuse and professional misconduct.
A cross over puzzle battle comes to Switch.
Developer 34BigThings and publisher Nicalis, Inc. revealed that their racing title will be launching on Switch as Redout: Lightspeed Edition.