If you’re looking to pick up some digital Switch or 3DS games there are quite a few on sale. As any longtime fan knows, Nintendo doesn’t often discount first party games, but there are some in here that are worth checking out – especially if you’re still rocking the 3DS where you can pick up games like Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn and Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story for 50% off. Check out the list below!
This holiday, whether you’re taking a trip to visit loved ones or spending a winter day indoors, having a Nintendo system loaded up with a variety of games to play and share will add excitement to the festivities with friends and family. Starting now and running until Dec. 4 at 11:59 p.m. PT, the Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals promotion offers up to 50% off the digital versions of select Nintendo Switch
and Nintendo 3DS
games. It’s an excellent way to stock up on many of the most popular games of the year at great prices. It’s also a chance to play titles you may have missed earlier, as well as a fun way to surprise someone special with a few early gifts.
“Nintendo eShop features a vast library of Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS games to choose from, each game offering expansive new worlds to explore, thrilling adventures to embark on and fierce competition to overcome,” said Nick Chavez, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “The Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals offer great value on a wide selection of these games available digitally, reminding gamers to also reward themselves with a few gifts this season.”
Games that are part of the Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals sale include the following:
All games included in the sale will be available for purchase in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch or Nintendo 3DS, and directly at Nintendo.com. Some games included in the sale will also be available for purchase at select retailers. My Nintendo members will also earn Gold Points on all qualifying purchases.*
Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.