GRIS to Release on Nintendo Switch and PC on December 13

GRIS to Release on Nintendo Switch and PC on December 13

Art in game form.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Nov 07, 2018 @ 03:04 PM (Staff Bios)
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Art in video game form, anticipated indie game GRIS will be releasing on Nintendo Switch and PC on December 13.

Announced in a Nintendo press release, we have a formal release date for the game. Developed by Nomada Studio and published by indie giant Devolver Digital, GRIS is a puzzle platformer centered around a young girl of the same name. The player traverses a serene, ethereal environment, understanding the emotional journey Gris is on. Early reception to GRIS has pointed toward the game's beauty, artistic imagery, fluid animation, and heart-tugging music. 

This is one of the most recent in a collection of indie-developed titles Nintendo is giving special attention to with their Nintendo Switch console. Referred to as "Nindies," the Nintendo Switch library has an ever-growing selection of indie games available. This includes familiar titles like Guacamelee, Overcooked, and more.

It's because of games like that that one of our older articles, Video Games are the Greatest Art Form, was written. GRIS is sure to be an emotional and unforgettable experience.

GRIS will be available on Steam PC and Nintendo Switch on December 13.

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