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Fe [digital] Nintendo Switch game £4.49 @ Nintendo eShop (~£3.68 RU eShop)
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Fe [digital] Nintendo Switch game £4.49 @ Nintendo eShop (~£3.68 RU eShop)

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Posted 29th Dec 2019Edited by:"jco83"

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'Become Fe and discover a world that you will never want to leave.
Use the Joy-Con motion controls to sing in tune with creatures and plants to unlock new abilities. Each song has a distinct sound and feel thanks to HD rumble, so you can experience each encounter in a different way.
Run, climb and glide your way through a dark Nordic forest and explore its living, breathing ecosystem filled with secrets and mystical creatures.'



Age rating: 7
Download size: 1.144 GB
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These developers made Flipping Death ( also on sale ). Looks worth a look
pirate129/12/2019 22:14

These developers made Flipping Death ( also on sale ). Looks worth a look …These developers made Flipping Death ( also on sale ). Looks worth a look


I bought flipping death when it was on sale a while ago, excellent production values.... But the story is pretty confusing, I had to watch a YouTube help guide for some of the more bizarre parts of the game.
New Switch owner here with a couple of questions:

Can someone clue me in on how easy it is to buy Switch games from other regions of the eShop?

Do I have to make another Nintendo account for each region to make a purchase?

Does that account need to be logged in on the Switch to then play the game, or after it's downloaded can I just use my main Switch account to play it?
Raz2330/12/2019 01:39

New Switch owner here with a couple of questions:Can someone clue me in on …New Switch owner here with a couple of questions:Can someone clue me in on how easy it is to buy Switch games from other regions of the eShop?Do I have to make another Nintendo account for each region to make a purchase? Does that account need to be logged in on the Switch to then play the game, or after it's downloaded can I just use my main Switch account to play it?


Pretty sure you have to create a new user on the switch. And yes you have to use that account for that region.
Trueogre30/12/2019 02:00

Pretty sure you have to create a new user on the switch. And yes you have …Pretty sure you have to create a new user on the switch. And yes you have to use that account for that region.


Thanks, just read the FAQ on that price checker site and seems more trouble than its worth to save a few pennies eshop-prices.com/faq
Trueogre30/12/2019 02:00

Pretty sure you have to create a new user on the switch. And yes you have …Pretty sure you have to create a new user on the switch. And yes you have to use that account for that region.


You don't have to but I have a few for my main go to regions. It doesn't take too much time or effort if a region that accepts visa or PayPal.

If you don't want multiple accounts for different regions you can just log into your account on a browser (not on the switch) and change your region on there. This changes your eshop to that region . You lose any gold coins and credit on your account if you do this so only do it when you have none of either or an amount you are happy to lose.

If you create multiple accounts for the various eshop' s you want to access then you can keep the credit and gold coins earned in each for use at a later point as normal.
hawkstar30/12/2019 05:46

You don't have to but I have a few for my main go to regions. It doesn't …You don't have to but I have a few for my main go to regions. It doesn't take too much time or effort if a region that accepts visa or PayPal.If you don't want multiple accounts for different regions you can just log into your account on a browser (not on the switch) and change your region on there. This changes your eshop to that region . You lose any gold coins and credit on your account if you do this so only do it when you have none of either or an amount you are happy to lose.If you create multiple accounts for the various eshop' s you want to access then you can keep the credit and gold coins earned in each for use at a later point as normal.


Not 100% accurate. Gold points are only for the region you accumulate them. So if I buy a game while the account is UK, I get UK gold points. Switching to say south africa would show no gold points. Buy a game and I earn south africa gold points. When I switch the account back to UK, my UK points will reappear to be used and the same for south Africa. So they're not lost.

Switching account is very easy to do. Just do it online by changing your region to where you want to buy. Next time you log in on the switch you'll have to re sign in for the account. Some things do prevent you from switching though .

I THINK having auto renewal on switch online means you can't change the region of the account (so youd have to stop auto renewal or set another account for switching). Also I believed of you had credit on it (say left from a top up) it wouldn't let you switch rather than you lose it. Worth being careful if you're in that situation.

Ultimately up to you how you run the accounts. You could have one account and switch it, or you could have multiple.

A word of warning of you have or plan to have more than one switch. A non primary switch device (the second device an account is logged in on or the device you've chosen as non primary) insists the games purchased are played on the account it is purchased (as it needs an internet connection to verify the purchase). A primary device for an account allows the game to be played on any profile.

Worth noting for multiplayer games where you might play with friends.

EDIT Also, most regions are fine to purchase from, but I know Japan, USA, south America all require payment cards for that region or a top up for that region (eg dollars). Be careful as to above as switching again may lose remaining credit or stop you switching back).

Use eshop-prices.com to work out the best region to purchase a game from.

Hope that helps.
Edited by: "doncoop" 30th Dec 2019
Raz2330/12/2019 02:02

Thanks, just read the FAQ on that price checker site and seems more …Thanks, just read the FAQ on that price checker site and seems more trouble than its worth to save a few pennies https://eshop-prices.com/faq



It's also about availability. Pretty sure soon enough I'll create an account for JP games since they have some awesome games that never see the light of day over here.
Raz2330/12/2019 02:02

Thanks, just read the FAQ on that price checker site and seems more …Thanks, just read the FAQ on that price checker site and seems more trouble than its worth to save a few pennies https://eshop-prices.com/faq


Depends on the game is the big thing. I've seen over £10 differences in prices for some.

Agree when you see a 50p difference it's not worth it.

Another thing to take into account is why there's a difference. It's often down to buying power in that country.

So if we all pile into where it's super cheap, then it affects those in that country when Nintendo push up the prices in that country as a result.
Does this still work on the Switch lite, without the HD rumble or the detachable joycons?
Raz2330/12/2019 01:39

New Switch owner here with a couple of questions:Can someone clue me in on …New Switch owner here with a couple of questions:Can someone clue me in on how easy it is to buy Switch games from other regions of the eShop?Do I have to make another Nintendo account for each region to make a purchase? Does that account need to be logged in on the Switch to then play the game, or after it's downloaded can I just use my main Switch account to play it?


Hello new Switch owner for all Nintendo of Europe countries (which includes Russia) you can use your main account as there is no danger. Just change your account country at accounts.nintendo.com/profile/edit.
You can change your account country again and still be able to play your games.

If you want to buy games from a completely different region ie US, you want to create a separate account, and you need to purchase eShop credit because UK bank cards won't work. Having any credit remaining on your account prevents you changing country. That's why you should use a separate account

It is very quick and easy to change country. It is literally a few clicks.

Whenever you change country you will be asked to re-enter your password on your Switch.

If you purchase with a separate profile you can play those games with any profile on the console, as long as the purchase profile is still linked with the console.
Edited by: "jco83" 30th Dec 2019
sio30/12/2019 16:20

Does this still work on the Switch lite, without the HD rumble or the …Does this still work on the Switch lite, without the HD rumble or the detachable joycons?


Oo good question
sio30/12/2019 16:20

Does this still work on the Switch lite, without the HD rumble or the …Does this still work on the Switch lite, without the HD rumble or the detachable joycons?


Shows the switch lite icon in the details on the eshop so should work without rumble
doncoop31/12/2019 08:30

Shows the switch lite icon in the details on the eshop so should work …Shows the switch lite icon in the details on the eshop so should work without rumble


Switch Lite has its own icon ? You sure it isnt just the 'Handheld Mode' icon? *I heard some games which use HD Rumble as an important aspect of gameplay were given an update to make them still playable on the Lite (eg Mario Odyssey). So I'd hopeall such games got the like!
Edited by: "jco83" 31st Dec 2019
jco8331/12/2019 08:43

Switch Lite has its own icon ? You sure it isnt just the …Switch Lite has its own icon ? You sure it isnt just the 'Gamepad Mode' icon? *I heard some games which use HD Rumble for important aspects of the game; devs created some update for it to make it still playable on the Lite. So I'd hope all such games got the like!


Here are two images from the store. One is Fe and the other is 12 switch, which needs the motion controls of the joycons.

To me that third icon is the lite but then again could just be joycons attached. Pretty sure elsewhere that's the icon for the lite.

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Edited by: "doncoop" 31st Dec 2019
doncoop31/12/2019 08:48

Here are two images from the store. One is Fe and the other is 12 switch, …Here are two images from the store. One is Fe and the other is 12 switch, which needs the motion controls of the joycons.To me that third icon is the lite but then again could just be joycons attached. Pretty sure elsewhere that's the icon for the lite.[Image] [Image]


TV Mode ; Tabletop Mode ; Handheld Mode
Edited by: "jco83" 31st Dec 2019
jco8331/12/2019 08:50

TV Mode ; Tabletop Mode ; Gamepad Mode


Yep, but here Nintendo use it to denote what the lite can play....

So who knows haha.

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doncoop31/12/2019 08:53

Yep, but here Nintendo use it to denote what the lite can play....So who …Yep, but here Nintendo use it to denote what the lite can play....So who knows haha.[Image]


Yeh, I know that, it's just it doesn't specifically mean Switch Lite, it means Handheld mode. This existed before Switch Lite, and doesn't take into consideration the fact Switch Lite doesn't have rumble. But saying that, rumble can be turned off on regular Switch anyway, so not sure if all games which use it for an important aspect of gameplay already had an alternative gameplay mechanic so the game didn't become unplayable ?
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