The Best Bargains From Nintendo’s Massive eShop Sale

The Best Bargains From Nintendo’s Massive eShop Sale
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The eShop is having a massive sale today, with hundreds of games discounted massively, including Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Super Mario Maker 2, DOOM, Dark Souls Remastered and indies galore. Here’s what you can grab for peanuts.

You can find all the deals through your Switch by navigating to the “Current Offers” section of the eShop, or by searching for the individual title of your choice. Below you’ll find a select list of what’s up for sale.

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It’s time for everyone’s favourite game: buying stuff from the eShop.

  • Just Dance 2019: $23.08
  • Death Squared: $1.99
  • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: $22.18
  • Fire Emblem Three Houses: $53.30
  • Spyro Reignited Trilogy: $34.95
  • Super Mario Maker 2: $53.30
  • Dead Cells: $26
  • Child of Light Ultimate Edition: $8.98
  • Rayman Legends: $14.98
  • Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy: $34.95
  • Sports Party: $9.99
  • South Park Fractured But Whole: $22.48
  • Outlast 2: $9.98
  • Yooka-Laylee: $20.40
  • Hollow: $2.90
  • South Park The Stick of Truth: $22.18
  • Skyrim Switch: $39.95
  • Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled: $41.97
  • Agent A: A Puzzle of Disguise: $3.99
  • Valiant Hearts: $8.98
  • The Witcher 3 Complete Edition: $55.96
  • Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair: $30.15
  • Trails Rising: $15.18
  • Ori and the Blind Forest: $20.96
  • The Turing Test: $22.90
  • Earthlock: $7.50
  • Dark Souls Remastered: $35.95
  • Outlast: $8.36
  • Crypt of the Necrodancer: $6
  • Diablo 3 Eternal Collection: $59.95
  • Sonic Mania: $18.86
  • Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom: $29.50
  • Xenoblade Chronicles 2: $59.95
  • Unravel Two: $9.99
  • Children of Moria: $22.99
  • LEGO Harry Potter Collection: $27.47
  • Civilization 6: $44.97
  • Think of the Children: $3.90
  • Dragon Ball Fighter Z: $26.95
  • My Time at Portia: $22.50
  • Drawful 2: $7.79
  • DOOM: $39.95
  • Disgaea 1 Complete: $37.50
  • Disgaea 4 Complete: $52.50
  • The Sinking City: $37
  • FRAMED Collection: $7.50
  • Goblin Sword: $4.50
  • Mortal Kombat 11: $39.98
  • Wizard of Legend: $15.59
  • Sonic Forces: $29.97
  • Puyo Puyo Tetris: $17.99
  • Bloodstained Ritual of the Night: $48.96
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2: $29.68
  • DAEMON X MACHINA: $53.30
  • Xenon Racer: $13.99
  • The ROOM: $4.07
  • Storm Boy: The Game: $1.18
  • SEGA Mega Drive Classis: $40.16
  • Wolfenstein 2 The New Colossus: $39.95
  • 39 Days to Mars: $11.38
  • Broken Sword 5: $18
  • Passpartout: $9
  • Brothers: $15.75
  • Valkyria Chronicles 4: $31.97
  • ABZU: $21
  • Car Quest: $2.59
  • Yoku’s Island Express: $9.18
  • L.A. Noire: $44.97
  • Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes: $22.45
  • Trine Ultimate Collection: $53.99
  • NORTH: $2.25
  • Forgotton Anne: $11.98
  • Neocab: $22.49
  • Iconoclasts: $14.99
  • Morphite: $4.50
  • Yomawari: The Long Night Collection: $30

Phew. There’s lots, lots more available on the eShop. If you’re after some of the less popular titles, particularly the Japanese visual novels, there’s an even bigger list of discounts over at Aussie site Vooks.

See anything you want to add to your Switch for the weekend?


  • I think we need to redefine ‘sale’, as far as Switch games go, to mean ‘a price you’d actually consider paying’. Very few of these prices would qualify.

        • Dang. I honestly couldn’t remember because I’m keeping an eye on my spending the next six months and probably already owned most of the cooler indie specials… I’m not sure if the sale is still running, but I’ll pop on tonight and see if anything’s still worth looking at.

  • Silly listing as usual, these are what they should be as a ‘standard online price’ (none physical versions), even then they are overpriced.

  • Jesus Christ Nintendo ….. I can understand why the Nintendo first party games, or exclusives are so expensive, but the 3rd party games on this list can be bought for SO MUCH CHEAPER on every other system.

    For example $30 for doom (I assume its the 2016 one)??? That’s it’s full price on steam, and it’s ALWAYS on sale for like $10, its $25 on ps4 at full price these days and again, sale price like $10. I assume it’s the same on xbox.

    • Pretty much only bought my Switch for the Exclusives anyway.

      Although some games I feel are better suited to it than others. Doom (2016) PC preferred or XB1/PS4 (Free with XB Game Pass), Sonic Mania, feels more at home on the Switch.

      • Sonic mania is pretty much the only tempting game on the list, but I already have it for ps4… it would be better on switch but I didn’t get into it enough to buy it twice. I pretty much got my switch for dark souls on the go, no more heroes 3, and the new dragon quest on the go

  • I laughed when I saw the title for the article because we all know Nintendo never do “bargain” price deals for their library of games every generation. Still love you Nintendo!

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