Nintendo Switch online store sale cuts prices for year’s most popular indie games
NOL is done and dusted off and now it’s time for those sweet and sweet sales.
Nintendo has slashed prices in the eShop on a ton of titles, including the top-selling indie games of the year.
The overview video above shows off a number of them, spanning various genres including:
- Cyber ââshadow
- Tetris Effect: Connected
- Stick fight: the game
- Curse of the dead gods
- Lily of the ender
- Doki Doki Plus Literature Club!
- Caving 2
- Route 96
- Subnautica and Subnautica: below zero
- Little wood
- Islander Console Edition
- Slime Rancher: Traceable Edition
- to the east
- Axiom Verge 2
And luckily, a number of these games are for sale on the US and UK Nintendo eShop.
And being independent titles, they’re not likely to break the bank anyway, but these discounts come in handy after the Christmas craze.
Unboxing exploded on social media not too long ago, which came as a surprise given the basic nature of the gameplay.
But unpacking someone else’s things and putting them away gave players a sense of zen, so if you could do with a bit of inner peace, check it out.
For fans of Stardew Valley and Animal Crossing, there’s Littlewood, while Earthbound-inspired Eastwood will take out that action-adventure itch.
It is definitely worth looking for these titles in the eShop and having a trawl through the sale of other gems.
There is up to 75% discount on the UK and US eShop. The UK eShop sale ends today, December 30th.
US buyers have a bit more time, with the sale ending December 31.
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