What Harti said is exactly how I feel. I also worry that the title of the game "hex gambit" will make people think it's a puzzle game or something like bejeweled.
I would certainly get one if I owned a switch but there is no reason for me to buy a switch yet. They are starting to get some good games for it, but it's not quite there for me yet. If zelda only came out for switch I would have bought one, however it came out for Wii U and I already have one of those. Is there any chance (when the game hits the Nintendo store) that it will also be available for the Wii U or does that require a lot of extra work? Also, will the game be download only or will there be a hard copy available? I would love to have a hard copy of the game just for collecting.
If the switch controllers have the capability of being mobile, that would mean each controller would have to be a console. Can someone please explain to me how this works? If the controllers are that complex they must be pricy.
Luckily the game will be available for steam, I just hope the switch move isn't a mistake. Seems like iOS and android would be a much larger and possibly better market. Like Harti said, I really will only consider indie titles on my iOS devices. I have full on big title games like overwatch, and battlefront on pc. It's still really cool that oml is making it to a console though!!
Having said all that I think rocket league is an indie game and it's very successful. Outwitters is my favorite game and it's not made by a huge production company like blizzard. I hope with all of my heart that this game makes a ton of money for oml, they work hard, make great games, and deserve it. I guess it depends on the marketing because I'm sure there are a lot of people who will love the game if they just give it a chance.
I'll do anything I can to help out. Ash and I can stream it on twitch, and I'll spread the word as far as I can. I'll give as much as I can for the Kickstarter. Legacy had the amazing idea of starting a subreddit. I really think that will help. Doodat is making it look great so far too.