Nintendo eShop sale: 5 discounted Switch games to buy now

Nintendo eShop sale: 5 discounted Switch games to buy now

Though cities around the US are beginning to reopen after the coronavirus lockdown, the process is slow and social distancing is still highly encouraged. In other words, you’re still probably going to spend much of your weekend at home. Helping to ease the pain, Nintendo has two notable sales going on in its eShop that offer great deals on some sweet Switch games.

One is the AniMay sale, until May 26, featuring games based on anime series such as Dragon Ball Z and Naruto. The other gives discounts on publisher Annapurna Interactive’s excellent catalogue until May 28. Annapurna isn’t a household name, but some of its games are seriously awesome.

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Below are our picks of the best discounted Switch games you can score right now.

What Remains of Edith Finch: $9.99

You save $10

What Remains of Edith Finch is a narrative-intense game about the Finch family, many members of which were met with untimely deaths. It’s an imaginative game that’ll take you around two hours to beat — but though it’s short, it’s one you’ll remember for a long time. It’s $9.99, 50% off, until May 28. Read GameSpot’s What Remains of Edith Finch review.

What Remains of Edith Finch is a narrative-intense game about the Finch family, many members of which were met with untimely deaths. It’s an imaginative game that’ll take you around two hours to beat — but though it’s short, it’s one you’ll remember for a long time. It’s $9.99, 50% off, until May 28. Read GameSpot’s What Remains of Edith Finch review.

Dragon Ball FighterZ: $14.99

You save $45

Good games based on TV shows are rare. Dragon Ball FighterZ, a spectacular 2D fighting game by Arc System Works, is the kind of exception that comes along once every few years to remind you that, yes, high-quality licensed games are possible. It got a 9/10 rating from our sister site GameSpot and is fun to play both alone and with friends. Read GameSpot’s Dragon Ball FighterZ review.

Gone Home: $7.49

You save $7.50

Gone Home is a popular and influential mystery game from 2013, originally launched on the PC and eventually ported to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Switch. You arrive at your family home in 1995 expecting to be greeted with gleeful reunions. Instead you’re met with an empty house and an ominous note…..Read More>>

 

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