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CastleStorm, WiiU, Nintendo eShop Download - £1.59
27/11/2018Expires on 27/11/2018Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
CastleStorm A well reviewed RTS Tower Defense/Action game, that seems worth a punt at this price.
99 Vidas - Retro-style indie brawler, 4 player local MP - £6.39 @ Nintendo Store
27/11/2018Expires on 27/11/2018Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Demo available. Originally released on Steam with mixed reviews, but hopefully any kinks were ironed out for this release. Could be cheaper for different regions but couldn't find… Read more

It really does look like Double Dragons meets Streets of Rage, with a splash of Pokémon/Manga look thrown in. A good short 1 min video can be seen at :


Got it “free” on PlayStation plus, Lost interest after 2 plays.


99 reasons, go!


Total garbage, repetitive, slow and uninteresting play. This is not even close to Final Fight playability - and that's a game going back many years I'm sure I could think of 99 reasons to not buy this


This game is final fight, but pants.

Violett for Nintendo Switch only 98p @ Nintendo eShop / Nintendo website (digital download)
Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Violett for Nintendo Switch - 98p at Nintendo eShop / Nintendo website (digital download) About the game Dragged by her parents, a young and rebellious teenage girl, Violett, mo… Read more
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I thought it was fun game. Tough in parts. Not perfect but definitely worth it at this price.


Shocking game


This keeps going on sale...think it was 85p last time...still not tempted to bite tbh


Yeah, at least there's a demo. I would say for 98p I'd buy it if there wasn't because it's only (basically) a pound but it would be a waste of money if I bought it and didn't like it, even if it's only 98p lol


There's a demo that's worth checking before you buy. It's not my type of game so I'm glad I checked.

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Crash bandicoot n-sane trilogy  SWITCH download Nintendo eshop for £24.49
Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Your favourite marsupial, Crash Bandicoot™, is back! He’s enhanced, entranced and ready-to-dance with the N. Sane Trilogy game collection. Now you can experience Crash Bandicoot li… Read more
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I feel better. I thought with age id lost my touch.


It was confirmed that you land from jumping quicker and the collision boxes are smaller than the original game, it makes the first game way more difficult than it ever was. The other 2 games are harder than the originals but easier than the remake of crash 1.


Nice price First level on first game I could complete with my eyes closed. Now with the jump mechanics in this game i die all the time on the first level


Are the ither two easier


Crash 1 was always devilishly hard. Never completed it in the 90s, never completed it at uni, still only halfway through the final island in 2018!

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with 2x gold points @ Nintendo eshop south Africa 40 or 45 without points
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
if you get smash ultimate from the south africa eshop it costs 45 pounds but you also get 2x gold coins which can be used for a future purchase the points are worth 85 zar which is… Read more
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849 R, did the price go up? Its like £47


So do i need to create an account for SA store to benefit from the deal plus do i need to have one of them cash converter cards or something?


i liked all the soundtracks they had on there most of the my nintendo rewards are just small discounts for wii u vc games


Never used the old rewards system as there wasn't anything for me. But this gold points reward scheme is great for me as I've already saved over £35 since in launch. Plus more saving if digital titles or zeek gift cards are on sale.


The points rewards is rubbish. The end of the excellent and more meaningful Club Nintendo scheme seems to have been the start of a change in attitude from Nintendo. The effort levels have dropped, and it shows with a crappy points rewards and deluxe after deluxe porty ports. No new MK game for years. Less messing about with recycled toilet roll tubes and more emphasis on new in-house gaming concepts would be nice. Oddessy was a rare reminder of the gaming magic Nintendo used to regularly produce.

[Nintendo Switch] LEGO City Undercover - £11.69 - Nintendo eShop (US)
Found 29th OctFound 29th Oct
LEGO City Undercover is currently reduced on the US Nintendo eShop at $14.99 (£11.69). (£15.86 in Mexico as next best price digitally, £49.99 on the UK store ). As a heads up, … Read more
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Now showing as $29.99. Did I miss it?


Thanks will try this in future :)


Setup a 3rd for US (y)


Haven’t switched regions yet, sorry. This is my “foreign” account that I use purely for buying from foreign countries. Don’t think I’ll bother with the US again though, what a PITA


did you manage to change your region back with remaining funds in your account?

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Fun co-op Wulverblade @ Nintendo eShop (Switch) £8.99
Found 26th OctFound 26th Oct
Looks like a great local cooperative game. Have been checking it's price for some time now, but didn't want to bite at the full price. Checked today and was pleasantly surprised t… Read more

I see, that's very good to know. Thanks


You don't need a VPN to buy from other regions - just switch the region on your Nintendo account and then buy through the store. Once the game is purchased you are free to switch back to your own region as you wish but you will have to give up any remaining account credit.


JFYI This game is currently £2 cheaper on South African eShop, but I guess it's down to you. Some might be just like me - ready to pay £2 for the convenience and simplicity rather than fiddling with VPN

Nintendo Switch: eshop - Battlechasers: Nightwar 30% Off £24.99 (£19.49 SA)
Found 26th OctFound 26th Oct
30% Off in the eshop Battle Chasers: Nightwar is an RPG inspired by the classic console greats, featuring deep dungeon diving, turn-based combat presented in a classic JRPG format… Read more
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Yeh there were a few battles especially the last one that were ridiculous compared to the main flow of the game. Still a great game though, heat added from me :D


A great game until 3/4 of the way through until the difficulty level spikes right of the charts, or maybe thats just me.

Outlast 2 Nintendo Switch 124.5 ZAR (~£6.66) @ SA eShop
Found 26th OctFound 26th Oct
Currently half-price in the sale, but it's half the price again from SA eShop 124.5 ZAR (lmgtfy) Offer until: 01/11/2018 ' You are Blake Langermann, a cameraman working with … Read more

Thanks worked a treat


It was actually £6.65 (and still is) but thought I'd make it 666 for spooks-sake! :D (devil)


Need to change your Nintendo account region here -> :)


How do you get it for £6.66 it is £13.49 on uk store and when I follow the link for se shop and login it takes me back to uk price.


I didn't even know it was on Switch until I saw this deal. Thanks op!

Nintendo Switch eshop - Legend of Kay £16.20 (£12.65 SA)
Found 25th OctFound 25th Oct
40% Off on the eshop Though not as cheap as some of the previous physical prices, still not bad 10 years after its initial release, Legend of Kay Anniversary is a thoroughly rema… Read more
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Maybe the Switch port is the problem? I had this for PS4 when it came out and while I wouldn’t say it was excellent, it was quite enjoyable for what it was.


Bought it from Shopto a couple of days ago, it's ok, camera is the main problem, personally would not pay more than £10.00.


.... so it’s awful, then?


It's an old game remade but has many glitches and problems. It's been done poorly



Hollow for Nintendo Switch £1.79 (90% off) @ Nintendo eShop
Found 25th OctFound 25th Oct
£17.99 £1.79 (-90%) / ZAR 25.90 [ ~£1.39 ] SA Offer until: 08/11/2018 Looks like a fun little scare-fest for Hallowe'en 👻 *Sorry guys. Seems it has poor reviews. Didn't … Read more

£1.41 using my nearly expired gold points, I like these type of games, if its no good, never mind


Yes, common sense didn't kick-in for me on this occasion unfortunately (fierce)


I ususually look at any gaomes on 90% off and think, there must be a reason its so heavily discounted.


Not IPS gsync. Cold


This isn't even worth £1.79, save yourself your own time and money by avoiding this. But I suppose it is a good deal compared to the normal price.

Shantae : Half-Genie Hero (Switch) from MX Nintendo eShop~£7.47 plus discounts on other games
Found 23rd OctFound 23rd Oct
WayForward has discounted its games on Switch: Shantae: Half-Genie Hero for approx. £7.47 from MX eShop (30% discount) Shantae and the Pirate's Curse for approx. £11.26 f… Read more
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Mexico!? Thanks, but I'll pass.


The link is to the UK website for information only. The price is for the Mexico (MX) eshop which has to be purchased on the Switch itself. The sale only seems to be for US, CA and MX. The Mexico website doesn't have the ability to search for the game, so no link to it. Sorry if this was unclear.


It's showing full price.


Portable copy? (y)


Best price for physical edition I can see at the moment is £19.85 at Base, Day One edition. Edit: Oops! Missed this previous post for physical Day One Edition at Go2Games (embarrassed)

Gear Club Unlimited for Nintendo Switch £26.99 @ Nintendo eShop/website (was £44.99, digital copy)
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
Gear Club Unlimited for Nintendo Switch £26.99 was £44.99 from Nintendo eShop or website (digital copy) Top tips... Earn up to 135 gold points (£1.35) with this purchase … Read more
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Gear club 2 just around the corner... So hence the price drop! Still, as far as racing games go - this can't be that bad surely?


Can’t justify £25 on a mobile game... (annoyed)


But they don't need to be bought anyway. The better cars or car styling bling are obtained by using gold obtained by doing well in league races

Riever In-App Purchases Discount Pack 5 £4.99 Discount Pack 1 £0.99 Discount Pack 2 £1.99 Discount Pack 6 £5.99 Discount Pack 9 £8.99 Discount Pack 13 £12.99 Discount Pack 12 £11.99


Extra Top tip Use top cashback save another £1.01 Bringing the total cost of £25 credit to £22.19 (y)

Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara , Wii U, Nintendo eShop Download £3.23
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara combines two timeless D&D arcade classics – Tower of Doom and Shadow over Mystara – into one definitive package. A classic Capcom… Read more

Shadow over Mystara remains an absolutely extraordinary game to this day. If you’ve never played it, you owe it to yourself to correct that void in your life.

Resident Evil: Revelations, Wii U, Nintendo eShop Download - £4.79
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
RESIDENT EVIL™ REVELATIONS brings a straight shot of spine-chilling terror to Wii U, one that fans of the iconic survival horror series won’t want to miss! With HD visuals, new ene… Read more

Washing Machine Simulator?


The original 3DS version is also on sale for £4.99 (-80%) *cheaper still if you have a 3DS family system without an NNID linked to it, as then you are still able to change your region in system settings to Russia where the price is 245 RUB


I find it so charming how the platform is being kept alive by the eShop

Mega Man X Legacy Collections 1 and 2 for Switch £11.99 each @ Nintendo eShop
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Usually £15.99, pretty good deal Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 - … Read more

Latency is a big issue here unfortunately. Mega Man 11 recently showed how it's handled correctly in caring hands.


correct, no eu retail release and part 2 of each collection is a download code on the switch, so going digital is no loss really unless you really want an imported box. MM11 is also digital only, same deal.


How about Japanese version. Do they have both or separately on carts?


Cheapest I can find it is £11.39 on Swedish eshop.


Is the physical copy of this USA only and does it have a front cover "download required" like this If yes to both I may jump at the digital offer

Nintendo Switch - Tiny Barbarian DX £9.15 (£6.95 SA) @ Nintendo
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
66% Off in the eshop! Steel yourself for a relentless display of might and muscle...of brawn and bravery...of magic and mayhem! Can you defeat your enemies, plunder all the booty … Read more
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Played through the first 3 stages, and can happily recommend this. It's simple, but is clearly a great little game. Cracking music, too.


Wasn't aware of this game, but it looks terrific. Bought!

3DS Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy £8.24 @ Nintendo eShop
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Games included in the bundle: *Ace Attorney *Justice for All *Trials and Tribulations. Always wanted to get into these series and nows the time! :3 the games separately cost ab… Read more
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But it's a drawn game (skeptical) HD won't do much will it?


Imo this was much better on DS. These updated graphics seem to take away something


There was a rather good movie called "Ace Attorney" released in 2012 based on the original game. Trailer:


Probably £30 HD though


does it say how much is it going to cost?

[Nintendo Switch] Steamworld Dig 2 - £18.99 - Argos (£14.99 Nintendo eShop)
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
One of those strange situations where the digital copy of a Nintento title is actually cheaper than it's physical release. [ Digital Version ] Best Price I can see for a ph… Read more
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There’s clearly some wider issue with digital pricing. I believe one of the theories is that console manufacturers rely on “brick and mortar” stores to sell hardware. If they aggressively priced digital games, it’d effectively kill high street gaming. Though my immediate thought there is that there’s always Amazon etc. I don’t fully understand it :/ But yeah, imagine a gaming utopia where AAA new releases came in at £30 digital. No boxes, no discs, no shipping, no retailer cut... It seems like a no-brainer. Or look at Game Pass on the Xbox. I paid £48 for a year (a regular no-hassle offer through the console dashboard), and I’ve *already* just about made my money back by downloading Forza 4 on release.


If downloaded games had a third the content of the physical media because the images were more highly compressed then I think quite a lot of people would probably buy the media... I don't disagree. It would be nice to see the price of the digital version rather more closely reflect the reduction in costs of the supply chain (by removing a retailer altogether) instead of it simply being a cash cow. If the price was lower I wouldn't miss the selling it on aspect so much.


Digital downloads can’t be lost, stolen or damaged. There’s also the convenience factor (like you say) of being able to jump between games at will, which I think is arguably even more appealing for a portable console (when travelling/commuting, for example). And not everyone feels the need to feed the parasite that is CEX. With digital downloads, everyone who plays the game pays money to the developer. Why should CEX benefit (by doing F all) and the developer lose out when you pass around a single physical copy between multiple people? Like it or not, Game Pass and PS Now are the future of gaming. Gaming’s Netflix, if you will. Who the hell buys DVDs anymore? In a few years’ time we’ll laugh at the idea of playing games from a disc or cartridge.


I find digital amazing value. As I just gave 2 accounts with a total of 24 games to my 5 year old niece and a nephew from different households access. Which they can play at the same time and then I play when their occupied. So easy and then there is digital from smyths at a great price plus coins


Got the digital so hadn’t been on look out for this but decent price and I do love physical on switch!

Jackbox Party Pack 3 - Nintendo Switch - £9.79 Nintendo  Global eShop [40% OFF]
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Jackbox Party Pack 3 is 40% off in the Nintendo eShop until 25th October. The cheapest is on the South Africa eShop. It has a metacritic score of 80, the highest of all the packs … Read more

Tee Ko is great, go back to it regularly. Starts slowly but always gets a lot of laughs and some amazing tees. Quiplash is also great, quick and funny with great prompts for the most part. Trivia murder party is very nearly as good as those, fun but let down by a few Americanised/odd questions. The other two aren't as good imo, fakin' it has quite a few prompts that just aren't that amusing, can be good once or twice with a new group though. Guesspionage is the weakest, just a bunch of polls people have answered, you get to see if you agree with them. Some of the stats are kinda interesting, but not much of a party game. One of the best packs and well worth this price to me!


Been waiting for this one for a while, thanks OP


I have this and version 4 - this is the better one


People really seem to like Quiplash 2 and Tee K.O., go check out a couple of YouTube videos on it :)


Is this any good? How does it compare to the other party packs?

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