Rogue Legacy 2 Among a Handful of Indie World Shadowdrops



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As is customary from Nintendo Direct and Indie World presentations, we’ve got another batch of freshly shadowdropped titles available on the eShop today. The most notable among them is Rogue Legacy 2, a sequel to the smash hit roguelike from 2013. Joining it is A Little to the Left, a puzzle game where a mischievous cat occasionally interferes with your progress. Rounding out the trio of newly released games is Once Upon a Jester, a narrative-filled adventure about performing on stage with songs and jokes to appease a variety of audiences.

Are you going to be picking up any of these three later today? Let us know in the comments!

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