The Best Deals From Nintendo eShop’s 1000+ Game Sale

The Best Deals From Nintendo eShop’s 1000+ Game Sale

Nintendo’s latest sale is a big one with over 1000 games going cheap. From blockbuster savings on AAA titles to solid prices on indie hits like recent Aussie game Moving Out and Kotaku Australia favourite Slay the Spire, there’s plenty to check out. Let’s dive in with the best deals on offer.

Moving Out from SMG Studio released in April and is now on sale for $30. It’s an incredibly fun whacky physics simulator and great if you’re into trashing houses.

Both the Spyro and Crash Bandicoot remastered collections are also on sale for $34.95. They’re worth picking up even if you’ve never tried the games before. Both collections represent the best of classic platforming games and look totally gorgeous in remastered form.

The Scribblenauts franchise (one of my personal favourites) is also currently on sale. The Scribblenauts Mega Pack contains both Scribblenauts Unlimited and Scribblenauts Unmasked. It’s going for $22.47 and is well worth it for two of the most fun and creative games out there.

Here’s the best of the rest deals.


The Best Deals From Nintendo eShop’s 1000+ Game Sale

  • A Hat in Time – $29.40
  • Ashen – $32.39
  • Assassin’s Creed III Remastered – $25.88
  • Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection – $55.96
  • Cat Quest – $3.87
  • Cat Quest II – $15.75
  • Children of Morta – $21.99
  • Civilization VI – $44.97
  • Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – $34.95
  • Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled – $41.97
  • Dead Cells – $28.12
  • Devil May Cry – $17.97
  • Devil May Cry 2 – $17.97
  • Diablo III: Eternal Collection – $44.99
  • Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth Complete Edition – $55.96
  • Divinity Original Sin 2: Definitive Edition – $52.50
  • Donut County – $8.99
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ – $35.98
  • Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 – $29.68
  • Dragon’s Dogma – $26.56
  • Earthlock – $7.50
  • Felix the Reaper – $12.75
  • FIFA 20 – $27.98
  • Goat Simulator: The Goaty – $11.25
  • Golf Story – $11.25
  • God Eater 3 – $42.47
  • GRIS – $11.97
  • Just Dance 2019 – $23.08
  • Just Dance 2020 – $34.97
  • Katamari Damacy Reroll – $14.97
  • Lego Harry Potter Collection – $27.47
  • Lego DC Villains – $29.68
  • Little Nightmares – $15.66
  • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – $22.18
  • Mega Man 11 – $19.97
  • Mega Man X Legacy Collection – $14.97
  • Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 – $14.97
  • Mega Man Zero/ZX Legacy Collection – $33.71
  • Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom – $26.55
  • Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate – $31.98
  • Moonlight – $15.00
  • Mortal Kombat 11 – $34.97
  • Moving Out – $30.00
  • My Friend Pedro – $18.00
  • Naruto Ninja Storm Trilogy – $39.95
  • Night Trap – $3.59
  • Nine Parchments – $9.00
  • Okami HD – $14.97
  • One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3: Deluxe Edition – $22.48
  • Ori and the Blind Forest – $20.96
  • Overcooked! Special Edition – $8.84
  • Overcooked! 2 – $22.50
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy – $19.97
  • Pikuniku – $9.75
  • Resident Evil Revelations – $12.47
  • Resident Evil Revelations 2 – $12.38
  • Resident Evil – $17.17
  • Resident Evil 4 – $19.97
  • Resident Evil 5 – $19.97
  • Resident Evil 6 – $19.97
  • Scribblenauts Mega Pack – $22.47
  • Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove – $40.59
  • Slay the Spire – $25.42
  • South Park: The Stick of Truth – $22.18
  • Sonic Mania – $18.86
  • Spyro Reignited Trilogy – $34.95
  • Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization Deluxe Edition – $27.98
  • Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition – $39.97
  • Terraria – $41.96
  • The Witcher III: Complete Edition – $55.96
  • Two Point Hospital – $41.96
  • Uno – $5.72
  • Unravel Two – $9.99

The full list is available to view on the Nintendo eShop via Switch.


Do you see anything on the list that catches your eye? Have any recommendations for your fellow Kotaku Australia readers? Hop into the comments below.

Moving Out, A Game About Trashing Someone's House

Moving Out is a new game out this week on PC, Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. It’s a singleplayer or co-op experience, full of wacky arm-bending and physics gags, and depending on how you’re involved with the process is also an eerily accurate simulation of the art of moving house.

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Comments

  • Question I just my first Switch (well Lite), does Nintendo normally have sales on flag ship titles like Breath of the Wild or Mario Odyssey. Or are they always still full price?

    • Sounds like it’s your first Nintendo console. First party Nintendo games have pretty limited discounts. Think Apple. At most normally around $50.

    • Dekudeals.com will show you pricing history and all sales as well for any game. You can check if the current sale is the best it’s ever been (a lot of these are) or how often it goes on sale etc.

    • They do, but not often. On the eShop you will almost never seem them drop for more than 20% off, in fact it’s rare to see even that. If you want the big titles you’re better off getting them physically, where you can often get them for 20% cheaper than the full eShop price.

      You can get some great sale prices on indies from the eShop though, even if they are a little more expensive than on other platforms.

    • For this, you need to be a Nintendo Switch Online Member:

      If you’re a digital buying person (I much prefer physical). For their first party titles, you can buy eShop gift cards for a %10 discount from Big W on the 18th.

      You can then buy a Voucher on the eShop for $134.95 and buy 2 games. In all, in actual money you spend, it should be ~$60.73 per game.

      Voucher details here: https://www.nintendo.com.au/nintendo-switch/onlineservice/exclusive-offers/

      Games you can buy list here: https://ec.nintendo.com/AU/en/pretickets/70020000000081?_ga=2.85586457.1233940147.1557979779-2041004173.1543465942

  • No they don’t need to be full price blakeavon and getting a discount on a digital game from the eShop means you won’t have to change game cartridges time and time again.
    I mean just look at me I recently got a discount on Activision and Toys For Bob’s Spyro Reignited Trilogy for $35 and even a discount on Ty The Tasmanian Tiger from Queensland developer Krome Studios.

  • Shout out to Worms WMD for being 66% off.
    A bunch of my yank discord friends bought it recently when it was on sale – I went to join them but lo and behold, it was still $45AUD for us (it was just $10US for them).
    Now I can join them for just $15AUD.
    Probably wouldn’t have thought to look were it not for this article, so thanks Leah!

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