With a busy September coming to an end, publishers are skipping over great games on the Switch eShop even during these closed days. Dropsy To be the latest onea point-and-click adventure is getting hot at the end of the most anticipated point-and-click adventure of the last decade or more and from the same publisher (Devolver Digital).
We are not jealous of following Dropsy Back to Monkey Island really tight. There’s another Eye-catching pointers and clicks launched same day which we feel similarly bad – in fact, we’re working on a review. Unfortunately our resources are not limitless and with Dropsy being something of a known quantity (it launched on Steam in 2015), something has to be given away.
Believe us, no one is more acutely aware of the games that we Not Consider over us! In the first nine months of 2022, we published more than 200 comments and we do our best to strike a balance between covering the heavyweights, finding smaller ‘niche’ titles, and highlighting the expanding middle class before they’re swept away. go by the next big announcement, event or release.
It’s been a long time since our last time Reader’s Suggestions and with so many games coming in each week – and a matching number making their way through our network – we invite you to once again submit your nominations for another round of ‘Games We Missed’.
Just like before, we’re looking for some very brief thoughts on Switch games that we couldn’t review on Nintendo Life. We’ll read all the nominations and pick our favorites in an article featuring dozens (or more, that will depend on the response) of your recommendations.
Here are the guidelines for how to submit your proposal. Please read them carefully if you want to see your entries included in the feature:
- 100 word limit – Keep it brief! The history of the genre and delving into each mechanic is unnecessary. Focus on the content of the game, what makes it stand out from other games, and why you like it.
- One entry per game – Feel free to post your thoughts on multiple games, but no need to duplicate.
- Select only games that we have not reviewed on the site – To check if a Nintendo Life review exists, simply type the name of the game in the search box at the top of the page (look for the magnifying glass icon in the top left corner) and click on the game page that appears. If there are no reviews, you are good to go!
How to submit a proposal
- Go to Nintendo Life’s Contact page and select the theme “Convert the Hidden Gems eShop” from the dropdown (it’s already done for you in the link above). Enter your name, email, and beautifully crafted message in the appropriate boxes, hit send – and Bob is your uncle!
Any questions, please ask below. If you don’t feel comfortable submitting a full proposal, drop suggestions for capturing other people’s memories below.
Also, remember that we will not review these games, but we would love to recommend any gems we missed. We look forward to seeing what you recommend!