Super Rare Games, a leading company publishing physical copies of games for the Switch, has announced its publishing label Super Rare Originals.
Super Rare Games are predominantly known for its physical releases of Nintendo Switch games, such as Super Crush KO and its Indie Games MixTape. However, the company has taken the leap and launched its own indie publishing company for both console and PC.
In its press release, Super Rare Originals stated, ‘Having worked with 100s of developers across the last 4 years, we want to support talented indie devs long-term and hopefully help to start changing the industry to be more developer-focused. We're taking an 'indie-first' approach, as we believe publishers should feel honoured to work with developers, rather than the power dynamic being the other way around, as is often the case.’
Super Rare Originals continued to state, ‘Our goal is to buck the cold, impersonal trends you see in some parts of the industry. We see ourselves as being 'indie's best friend', supporting all different scales of indie devs in every way.’
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