[Switch] Owlboy Physical Release on ShopTo - £21.85
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[Switch] Owlboy Physical Release on ShopTo - £21.85

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Found 9th FebEdited by:"King_Tetiro"
I thought I would give the heads up for people who prefer their Nintendo Switch titles as retail releases. Owlboy just got added for £21.85 on ShopTo.

Obviously if you don't mind if it is physical or digital, I would recommend going on the eShop where it is cheaper.

For people like me who prefer a physical release, £21.85 for this stellar title is surprisingly cheap! I was expecting to pay up to £30 for it.

It looks like the publisher has realized that the file size of the cartridge needed is cheap enough to lower the price greatly and that the game needs to be cheap to fly off the shelves.

Hope this helps!
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Very good price HEAT!! Although I will be getting it digital
digital is £19 hardly much cheaper? This seems like a much better choice
It's actually £19 on the eShop. So far an extra £2ish you get it physical. It is a very small game though, about 240MB.
great offer and will add heat. just wish it was coming earlier than May 2018, I think I cant wait and will get digital but am tempted to maybe wait.
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Alasdair912 m ago

It's actually £19 on the eShop. So far an extra £2ish you get it physical. …It's actually £19 on the eShop. So far an extra £2ish you get it physical. It is a very small game though, about 240MB.



badasschris2 m ago

digital is £19 hardly much cheaper? This seems like a much better choice


I was under the impression it was £14.00. If this is the case, then physical is an absolute steal!
I played this on PC but didn't enjoy it. Felt a bit clunky to me.
badasschris31 m ago

digital is £19 hardly much cheaper? This seems like a much better choice


Not if you cant stand swapping cartridges all the time, I couldn't be doing with it anyway.
reckoning19 m ago

Not if you cant stand swapping cartridges all the time, I couldn't be …Not if you cant stand swapping cartridges all the time, I couldn't be doing with it anyway.


I'm with you on pc/consoles but as I use my switch 90% handheld I have all my games in the case so its really not a big hassle. With a game like this as well I doubt id want to play if after compleation so could sell it on making it much cheaper. Still I do know what you mean.
badasschris4 m ago

I'm with you on pc/consoles but as I use my switch 90% handheld I have all …I'm with you on pc/consoles but as I use my switch 90% handheld I have all my games in the case so its really not a big hassle. With a game like this as well I doubt id want to play if after compleation so could sell it on making it much cheaper. Still I do know what you mean.


Yeah fair point. I think I've just got used to it from Steam etc.
wetbandit1 h, 11 m ago

I played this on PC but didn't enjoy it. Felt a bit clunky to me.


I've started playing it on the PC, and I'm getting a similar impression. The graphics are delightful, but the gameplay doesn't seem to be there.
Heat for the price of physical, but i'm finding it really hard when it's currently so cheap after being included in Humble Monthly on PC. You can pick up a key for PC for around £2.50.

I know it's portable, I know it's Switch but at some point the difference is too much.
It's a good, and I'd say heat added, but I can't justify plastic polluting seas and shorelines, particularly in an age in which digital is an option, and for the file size and a difference of a couple of quid...
£15.30 from the Norwegian eshop.
hotmep1 h, 15 m ago

Heat for the price of physical, but i'm finding it really hard when it's …Heat for the price of physical, but i'm finding it really hard when it's currently so cheap after being included in Humble Monthly on PC. You can pick up a key for PC for around £2.50.I know it's portable, I know it's Switch but at some point the difference is too much.


I absolutely can't dispute what you're saying, but I still 'needs it'
Edited by: "ras2a" 9th Feb
addyb9th Feb

£15.30 from the Norwegian eshop.


What's the best way of going about getting that then?
Mark_Wilson1 h, 18 m ago

What's the best way of going about getting that then?


Sign into your account on Nintendo.co.uk and go to your profile settings. Change region to Norway and then access the eshop via your switch console. Buy game and then switch back to uk on the website.
reckoning9th Feb

Not if you cant stand swapping cartridges all the time, I couldn't be …Not if you cant stand swapping cartridges all the time, I couldn't be doing with it anyway.


I don't really find changing carts to be a chore or a big inconvenience myself.
addyb11th Feb

Sign into your account on Nintendo.co.uk and go to your profile settings. …Sign into your account on Nintendo.co.uk and go to your profile settings. Change region to Norway and then access the eshop via your switch console. Buy game and then switch back to uk on the website.


Tah very much.

Saved a few quid
£22.85 now
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