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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes headlines Nintendo's EGX Rezzed Switch indie line-up

Plus: Lumines! West of Loathing! More.

Nintendo Switch exclusive Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be playable later this month at EGX Rezzed, the PC and indie games show run by Eurogamer's parent company Gamer Network.

The London-based show will host a selection of other Nintendo Switch-based indies, too, as well as Travis Touchdown's return.

Expect to see cowboy stick figure role-player West of Loathing, Metroidvania rogue-lite Dead Cells and beginner-friendly 2D fighter Pocket Rumble.

Promising island kingdom disaster game Bad North will also be there, alongside superhero shopkeeper RPG Moonlighter and - last but not least - Lumines Remastered in all its new HD glory.

If these names sound familiar - and they should - it's because Nintendo recently highlighted the lot of them in its big 2018 Switch indie showcase. It's safe to say Nintendo Switch has a lot of indie development support.

EGX Rezzed is London's biggest games event, and runs from Friday 13th until Sunday 15th April. Tickets are available here.

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