Have you ever wanted to pay a reasonable retail price for downloadable games on your Nintendo Switch? Well now you can, thanks to Nintendo’s Cyber Deals sale. Joking aside, there are actually some pretty good deals on offer here without even taking into account the usual Switch tax for games on the Eshop.
The Cyber Deals Sale runs until 11:59 pm PT on Dec 4 and offers up to 50% savings on certain Switch and 3DS games.
Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President, Nick Chavez has this to say about the deals:
“Nintendo eShop features a vast library of Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS games to choose from, each game offering expansive new worlds to explore, thrilling adventures to embark on and fierce competition to overcome. The Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals offer great value on a wide selection of these games available digitally, reminding gamers to also reward themselves with a few gifts this season.”
He’s right, there are a whole host of great games available for both the Switch and 3DS. The Switch itself has become my go-to console as of late and I may have already downloaded a couple of games from this particular sale. As well as many more from sales of the past.
Anyway, if you’re interested, here are some of the deals on offer:
- Cuphead – Switch – Was $19.99, now $14.99
- Doom – Switch – Was $59.99, now $29.99
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Switch – Was $59.99, now $29.99
- Celeste – Switch – Was $19.99, now $9.99
- Dragon Ball FighterZ – Switch – Was $59.99, now $14.99
- Resident Evil 4 – Switch – Was $29.99, now $19.99
- Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun – Switch – Was $49.99, now $19.99
- Paper Mario: Sticker Star – 3DS – Was $39.99, now $19.99
- Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World – 3DS – Was $39.99, now $19.99
There are plenty more titles on sale and I’m not about to list them all, however, should you wish to take a look for yourselves, you can do so here. Alternatively, just switch on your Switch/3DS and have a browse as you chose what to buy.
Let us know in the comments your thoughts on the sale and whether you plan to pick up any of the games on offer. Also, let us know your thoughts on the Eshop pricing in general and the dreaded Switch Tax.