It seems it’s the season for great video game deals, as shops like Amazon and EB Games roll out their best sales for your perusal. Not content with being last to the table, the Nintendo eShop has now joined the fight with a whopping big sale containing more than 1,600 discounted titles. Not everything is on sale, but it’d be easy to assume that with the range available.
From new releases like Cozy Grove and Umurangi Generation to hits like Spritfarer, Genesis Noir and even Mario + Rabbids, there’s plenty of fantastic games going cheap. It’s very easy to hoard Switch games and never play them, and you might want to avoid the sale if you’re trying to regulate your games intake — but for everyone looking for a new adventure, there’s plenty of excitement on offer.
Here’s the major standouts you should pick up in the latest Nintendo eShop sale:
- Borderlands: Legendary Collection – $35.98
- Cozy Grove – $15.29
- Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Complete Edition – $31.98
- DOOM Eternal – $39.95
- Empire of Sin – $18.00
- Genesis Noir – $15.75
- Golf Story – $11.25
- Gorogoa – $5.39
- Hades – $26.25
- Indivisible – $11.25
- Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory – $44.97
- Layton’s Mystery Journey – $29.95
- Lego Worlds – $21.47
- Little Dragon’s Cafe – $18.75
- Little Nightmares II – $31.95
- Littlewood – $16.15
- Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle – $14.98
- Mortal Kombat 11 Ultimate – $44.97
- My Hero One’s Justice 2 – $39.98
- New ‘n’ Tasty! Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee – $22.50
- Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch – $17.99
- Octopath Traveler – $44.95
- Oxenfree – $4.50
- Sayonara Wild Hearts – $10.79
- Spiritfarer – $28.77
- Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town – $41.96
- The Witcher III: Complete Edition – $47.97
- Umurangi Generation – $31.50
- Vampyr – $27.98
- Wandersong – $7.50
- What the Golf? – $20.99
There are plenty more deals on offer, and you can view the entire list on your Nintendo Switch. If there’s a particular title you’re looking for, you can also search individual pricing here.
It’s a big week for sales! If you’re in a treat yourself mood there’s plenty of options, and plenty of reasons to stay tuned to Kotaku Australia for more.
Have you picked up anything in the latest Nintendo eShop sale? Have any recommendations for your fellow Kotaku Australia readers? Pop on down to the comments below and share your personal hoard.