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US: Dozens Of Games At Big Discounts Are Part Of The Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals

Whether you or someone on your holiday shopping list is a fan of action games, RPGs, platformers, puzzle games or party favorites, the Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals sale has something for every type of player. With discounts up to 75 percent off on select digital games for the Nintendo Switch system, the Nintendo 3DS family of systems and the Wii U system, the Nintendo eShop sale, which runs now through Dec. 11 at 8:59 a.m. PT, offers a huge selection of games for fans of all ages.

“The Nintendo eShop is a great place to browse and purchase digital versions of first- and third-party games,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “The easy-to-use and intuitive service lets shoppers enjoy holiday discounts from the comfort of their own home, so they can avoid the holiday rush and jump right into the games.”

The sale starts right before Thanksgiving and ends a few days after The Game Awards. Some of the games nominated for awards this year are from franchises featured in this sale. The discounted games that are part of the Nintendo eShop sale include the following:

Game System Discount

1-2 Switch

Nintendo Switch 20%

Super Bomberman R

Nintendo Switch 20%

I Am Setsuna

Nintendo Switch 40%

Puyo Puyo Tetris

Nintendo Switch 15%

LEGO City Undercover

Nintendo Switch 30%

LEGO NINJAGO Movie Video Game

Nintendo Switch 30%

Disgaea 5 Complete

Nintendo Switch 16%

Mario Sports Superstars

Nintendo 3DS 30%

Bravely Default

Nintendo 3DS 30%

Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove

Nintendo 3DS 20%

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Star Fox 64 3D

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Rhythm Heaven Megamix

Nintendo 3DS 50%

FINAL FANTASY EXPLORERS

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse

Nintendo 3DS 40%

Paper Mario: Sticker Star

Nintendo 3DS 30%

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages

Nintendo 3DS 50%

The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Dragon Ball Fusions

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Blaster Master Zero

Nintendo 3DS 30%

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Nintendo 3DS 60%

Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Castlevania

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies

Nintendo 3DS 66%

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Breath of Fire

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move

Nintendo 3DS 50%

THEATHRYTHM FINAL FANTASY CURTAIN CALL

Nintendo 3DS 50%

SteamWorld Dig

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Story of Seasons

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Demon’s Crest

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Dillon’s Rolling Western

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Gargoyle’s Quest

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Gunman Clive

Nintendo 3DS 50%

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Mutant Mudds

Nintendo 3DS 50%

Axiom Verge

Wii U 50%

Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove

Wii U 20%

FAST Racing NEO

Wii U 33%

Hive Jump

Wii U 33%

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition

Wii U 50%

Bit.Trip Presents…Runner2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien

Wii U 75%

SteamWorld Dig

Wii U 50%

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Wii U 50%

Runbow

Wii U 50%

CastleStorm

Wii U 50%

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

Wii U 50%

Mutant Mudds Super Challenge

Wii U 50%

Gunman Clive HD Collection

Wii U 50%

Source: PR

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23 comments

      1. Sony is able to give deeper discounts for people who habe plus. I guess that’s what op mean. He should also acknowledge that PSplus and Love subscribers are also being charged $60 a month, not a third.

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      2. I don’t know about this Love thingy but PS Plus is 59.99 bucks a year (best deal), 24.99 every 3 months, & 9.99 a month. (Unless you made a typo.)

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      3. Plenty of people are buying Assassin’s Creed Origins on PS4 yet there are deals going on for the game right now. (Nintendo is, sadly, just being cheap.)

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      4. “Plenty of people are buying Assassin’s Creed Origins on PS4 yet there are deals going on for the game right now. (Nintendo is, sadly, just being cheap.)”

        How is Nintendo being cheap for 3rd party publishers not putting their games on sale? You say this like Nintendo’s forcing them to charge full price. The Switch at the moment has a *dramatically* smaller install base than the PS4. A game like AC Origins can make up a sale price in volume. Sell the game to twice as many PS4 owners at $40, and you make more money than to sell to half that many at $60. The Switch has nowhere near the customer base for those market tactics yet, so those prices stay the same, just as they did for the PS4 in its first year on the market.

        It’s really hard to find people who so desperately have this little an idea what they’re talking about.

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      5. I admit I was being unfair in calling Nintendo cheap. At least in this instance, anyway.

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    1. Best Buy cares about recouping losses on dead stock. Nintendo has no losses. They don’t care if it ever sells another copy. It’s not like it’s ever going to be a big earner. They just don’t want it to look like they released a <$20 quality game.

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