breath wild – R4I3 DSR4 FR http://r4i3dsr4fr.com/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 21:13:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-25-120x120.png breath wild – R4I3 DSR4 FR http://r4i3dsr4fr.com/ 32 32 Nintendo Switch Users Surprised With Stealth Special Release https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/03/18/nintendo-switch-users-surprised-with-stealth-special-release/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 21:13:00 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/03/18/nintendo-switch-users-surprised-with-stealth-special-release/ Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite and Nintendo Switch OLED users have been surprised with a special stealth release. It’s a slow time for the Nintendo Switch. Apart from Pokemon Legends: Arceus, every major release so far this year has skipped the platform, and Nintendo itself doesn’t have many notable releases until the end of this […]]]>

Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite and Nintendo Switch OLED users have been surprised with a special stealth release. It’s a slow time for the Nintendo Switch. Apart from Pokemon Legends: Arceus, every major release so far this year has skipped the platform, and Nintendo itself doesn’t have many notable releases until the end of this year. Switch users have Kirby and the Forgotten Land coming later this month, but Kirby is far from a Tier A Nintendo property. Thankfully, April looks a bit better for Switch users with the likes of Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, MLB The Show 22, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim, Chrono Cross: The Radical Dreamers Edition, The House of the Dead: Remakeand Star Wars: The Force Unleashed all coming to the Nintendo platform. It’s not The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 Where Bayonet 3, but it’s better than how the first three months of the year have treated Switch fans. We are not yet in April. That said, the aforementioned stealth release may hold fans back until it is.

The stealth release comes in the way of Girls Make Games, an American organization founded in 2014 with the aim of helping girls pursue careers in the video game industry, an industry historically dominated by men. As for the game itself, it’s called Shredded Secretsit was created by college kids and it’s available now on the Nintendo eShop for $5 out of nowhere.

Below you can learn more about the game and also check out an official trailer:

“Shredded Secrets is a charming, story-driven 2D platformer that lets you step into the lives of four college people – Isabella, Taylor, London, and Oakley,” reads an official pitch for the game. “Their lives intersect at different times as each character deals with their own complex issues. Isabella, dubbed the school’s ‘nerd,’ is bullied by Oakley, a problem child in her class. Taylor struggles with her grades, anxiety, and pressure from her family to do well in school. London navigates depression and grief, while trying to keep up with her job as a college teacher. Learn each character’s fears and face bullies, hurled insults, inner demons, quality monsters and more. Seek solace in each character’s favorite object. Confront your greatest enemy – the worst bully, or your inner self! nurtures empathy, manifesting human issues through engaging and charming gameplay.

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Nintendo eShop Update – Rune Factory 5, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, Shredded Secrets https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/03/17/nintendo-eshop-update-rune-factory-5-persona-4-arena-ultimax-shredded-secrets/ Thu, 17 Mar 2022 16:34:07 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/03/17/nintendo-eshop-update-rune-factory-5-persona-4-arena-ultimax-shredded-secrets/ There’s plenty of exciting new content hitting the Nintendo eShop this morning, including Mario Kart Deluxe 8 – Course Pass Booster for those with a Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership. Otherwise, there is still more than a fair share of new content such as Rune Factory 5, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, Shredded Secrets, […]]]>

There’s plenty of exciting new content hitting the Nintendo eShop this morning, including Mario Kart Deluxe 8 – Course Pass Booster for those with a Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack membership.

Otherwise, there is still more than a fair share of new content such as Rune Factory 5, Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, Shredded Secrets, Wife Quest, Adios and more!

Check out the full list below and also check out the updated list from Nintendo’s Game Store, here.

This week’s Nintendo download includes the following content:

  • Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
    • mario Go-Kart Deluxe 8 – Rappel course pass – Double your course options with the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe DLC – Course Pass Booster!* A total of 48 remastered courses from across the Mario Kart series are rushing to the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe game as paid DLC. First-wave classes include nostalgic favorites like N64 Choco Mountain and Wii Coconut Mall, and classes based on real-world locations like Tokyo Blur and Paris Promenade from Mario Kart Tour! Content will be released in six waves of eight courses by the end of 2023. Runners who have an active Nintendo Switch Online + expansion pack membership** will have access to all of these newly added courses as they are released at no additional cost. Mario Kart Deluxe 8 – Booster Course Pass will be available on March 18.
    • Rune Factory 5 – In the quiet border town of Rigbarth, mysterious events unfold, affecting the runes that govern the balance between humanity and nature. As the newest ranger in the peacekeeping organization SEED, you’ll protect Rigbarth by rounding up rowdy monsters with your official sigil. When you’re not on a mission, you can help the town prosper through farming, festivals, and friendships! However, as the balance of peace begins to shift, it’s time to prove yourself. Team up with the townspeople and embark on a grand adventure to unravel the mystery befalling the land and embrace your inner power to stop the descent into chaos. Rune Factory 5 will be available on March 22.
    • Persona 4 Arena Ultimate – The challenge is ultimate, the tension is maximum and the fight is ULTIMAX! Experience the latest entry in the beloved Persona 4 series with an exciting combat twist. Join the heroes of Persona 4 and Persona 3 as they battle an army of shadows in the P-1 CLIMAX! Who could be the one behind all this?
    • Shredded Secrets – Step into the lives of four college people in this charming story-driven 2D platformer. The lives of Isabella, Taylor, London and Oakley intersect at different times, with each character dealing with their own complex issues. Learn their fears and face bullies, hurled insults, inner demons and quality monsters, and seek solace in each character’s favorite object. Confront your biggest enemy – the worst bully or your inner self! Shredded Secrets was created by Team Sarcastic Shark Clouds, a group of college girls, at the 2018 Girls Make Games Seattle Summer Camp, and won the grand prize at the 2018 Demo Day competition.
  • Spotlight on digital
    • Celebrate Women’s History Month with Nintendo – Experience thrilling adventures and relaxing getaways with these fan-favorite characters on the Nintendo Switch console! Join powerful intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran as she explores a planet filled with danger in Metroid Dread. Help Zelda in her quest to stop Calamity Ganon from wreaking havoc in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Save the day as Princess Peach and Rosalina in Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury. Paint the town (and your opponents!) in a variety of colors with your customizable Inkling in Splaton 2. Barrel Explosion Above The Treetops With Dixie Kong In Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Jelly. Or, if you’re just looking to relax, why not sip a nice drink at The Roost with resident services star Isabelle at Animal Crossing: New Horizons? All of these titles are available now on Nintendo eShop.

Downloadable content:

  • Face-to-face with friends – The Let’s play! moron games the list is growing with a new DLC game: Mr. Face! In this creative puzzle, one face can tell a thousand stories. Using the available facial components, you’ll be tasked with portraying a described expression – will your teammates be able to figure it out? If you’re confused, you can always pull out the selfies!

Pre-orders:

  • MONSTER HUNTER RISE: SUNBURN – MONSTER HUNTER RISE: SUNBREAK is the monstrous new expansion for MONSTER HUNTER RISE, where you’ll travel to Elgado, a remote outpost near a kingdom beset by a sinister new enemy, the Elder Dragon Malzeno! Along with the new storyline, the expansion includes new monsters, new combat additions, and Master Rank quest difficulty. Pre-order MONSTER HUNTER RISE: SUNBREAK ahead of its June 30 release.

Activities

  • Float in spring with Kirby – Enter the My Nintendo Spring Break With Kirby contest for a chance to win a mighty pink prize pack, perfect for a spring picnic! Have an unforgettable springtime adventure with these prizes, which include an adorable Kirby plush toy, two Kirby-themed water bottles, and a tote bag with Kirby artwork. Kirby and the Forgotten Land game, among other cute keepsakes. My Nintendo members can redeem 10 Platinum Points to enter, with up to three total entries. Ten lucky winners will be chosen, so enter today!*** For more information and to enter, please visit https://my.nintendo.com/rewards/03f6fccec8d47eac.
  • Mario Kart Over the years – Travel through the history of the Mario Kart series with this colorful digital wallpaper, featuring artwork from Super Mario Kart to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe – Booster Course Pass. My Nintendo members can redeem 50 Platinum Points to download it now! For more information, please visit https://my.nintendo.com/rewards/cb4f769f4f59b45c.
  • Nintendo 64 inspired keychains – Add a new dimension of fun with keychains inspired by classic Nintendo 64 games included in the Nintendo 64 Library – Nintendo Switch Online. These keychains will be available soon, so save those platinum points and stay tuned for more information! For more details, please visit https://my.nintendo.com/.

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* Full version of the game required to use the DLC. Sold separately.

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How to upgrade your Nintendo Switch storage and migrate your games https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/03/04/how-to-upgrade-your-nintendo-switch-storage-and-migrate-your-games/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 19:50:48 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/03/04/how-to-upgrade-your-nintendo-switch-storage-and-migrate-your-games/ The Nintendo Switch only comes with 32GB of internal storage, which is tiny if you plan on having more than a handful of downloaded games and apps on your portable console. The solution is to use a microSD card to expand the Switch’s storage. But what’s the easiest way to do it? And if you […]]]>

The Nintendo Switch only comes with 32GB of internal storage, which is tiny if you plan on having more than a handful of downloaded games and apps on your portable console. The solution is to use a microSD card to expand the Switch’s storage. But what’s the easiest way to do it? And if you already have a microSD card and want to use a new one with more capacity, how do you migrate your files? Do not worry; we’ll walk you through it all.

Before you begin, it’s always a good idea to back up your games to a desktop computer using a microSD card. Of course, any title downloaded from the Nintendo eShop (they’re linked to your account) can be archived and re-downloaded directly, if needed. But downloading your entire library takes much longer; having a local copy will save you time.

Game saves (such as your series of Master’s tests in Breath of the Wild) are stored locally in the internal memory of the switch. As long as you archive and don’t delete game data on the Switch, you won’t lose your valuable saved data.

To get started, you’ll need: a computer (operating system doesn’t matter as long as you have storage space), a microSD card adapter (if your computer doesn’t have no microSD slot), and finally, a microSD card. Nintendo recommends using a single UHS-I (Ultra High Speed ​​Phase I) compatible microSD card, with transfer speeds of 60–95 MB/s; the higher, the better. Do not use multiple microSD cards with different games on the same Switch as this may cause conflicts.

The setup process should be done in portable mode (i.e. not tethered) next to your computer, as you will need to access the storage location under the kickstand. This process is the same whether you do it with the original Nintendo Switch or the new OLED model. The more portable Switch Lite, unfortunately, doesn’t have a microSD card slot and is limited to its stock 32GB of memory.

Move your games from the Switch to a microSD card

If you don’t have a microSD card already installed and your Switch’s internal memory is full, here’s how you can migrate data to a microSD card. To test this, I moved Super Smash Bros Ultimate from local storage to a 128GB SanDisk microSDXC UHS-I microSD card for Nintendo Switch.

  • Turn off your Switch by holding down the power button, scrolling to Power Options, and then selecting Power off.
  • Flip the handheld over, then lift the kickstand next to the right Joy-Con controller. Under the plastic stand, you will find a microSD card slot.
  • Insert your new microSD card into the slot. You should hear a slight click once it is firmly seated.
  • Turn on your Nintendo Switch. Go to the system settings gear icon in the bottom right and tap the “A” button (or double-tap with your finger).
  • Scroll down (using the touchscreen or Joy-Con controller) to select Data Management. Your cursor will jump to the storage management screen.
  • Navigate to and select Manage Software, just below Quick Archive.
  • From here you can browse the list and determine which games/apps are stored locally and which are stored on the microSD card. There’s no simple transfer tool between the Switch’s internal storage and the microSD card, so you need to archive your game(s) first – one game at a time.
  • Once you have decided which game(s) you want to migrate, highlight and select the first one from the list.
  • In the game data info screen, scroll down to Archive Software and select it. A confirmation pop-up should appear notifying you that game data will be archived; however, your saved data and game icon will remain on the Switch home screen. Confirm your selection by tapping Archive.
  • There is an alternative method for archiving games: instead, highlight the game in question on your home screen, press the “+” button on the right Joy-Con, scroll down to Manage software, then select Archive Software. Finally, confirm your selection by tapping Archive in the pop-up window.
  • In any case, now press the Home button on the right Joy-Con to access the home screen. From there, navigate to the icon for the game you just archived. Press the “A” button and a confirmation window will appear. Confirm it by tapping Download, then wait for the download to complete.
  • Press the Home button again for the Home screen, then navigate to the System Settings page as you did earlier. Head to Data Management, then navigate to the game you just downloaded. You should see the amount of storage right next to the microSD card icon, just below the game/app title.
  • Repeat as needed for each game you want to download directly to the microSD card. Future purchases and downloads will properly route to the microSD card instead of internal storage.

Move games from your existing microSD card to another

If you already have a microSD card installed and want to swap it out for, say, a faster or larger card, you’ll need a computer (with a microSD slot or adapter) to back up your files.

  • Turn off your Nintendo Switch by holding down the power button, selecting Power Options, and then selecting Power Off. Eject your old microSD card (located under the kickstand on the right side) by gently pressing on it; it should come out easily.
  • Insert the microSD card into the slot on your computer or into an adapter connected to your system. (If you don’t already have an adapter, you could try something like the SanDisk MobileMate USB 3.0 PC Card Reader as it doubles as an SD card adapter). Once the microSD card is recognized, go to File Explorer on Windows or Finder on a Mac. You should see the mounted USB device as a form of external storage (its name depends on your hardware). In the drive, there should be a folder named Nintendo. Your precious files are inside!
  • Highlight the “Nintendo” folder, then drag and drop it to your desktop. Once it’s highlighted, you can also press Ctrl + C on Windows or cmd + C on a Mac to copy the folder. To paste it to your desktop, press Ctrl+V on Windows or cmd+V on a Mac. Wait for the folder to be transferred to your computer – since it contains several folders and files, its size usually exceeds a few gigabytes.
  • Now that all of your game files are saved to your computer, you can remove the microSD card from the slot (or adapter).
  • Replace your old microSD card with the new one, by inserting it into your computer’s slot or adapter. Head to your File Explorer or Finder and navigate to the mounted storage device. Since the new card is empty, you naturally won’t see any folders or files.
  • Copy the “Nintendo” folder you saved to your desktop, transferring it as is to the new microSD card (don’t change any file names or folders). You can drag and drop or use the copy/paste function.
  • Wait for the transfer to complete. Remove the adapter from your computer’s port or the microSD card from the slot.
  • Insert your new microSD card into the card slot of the switched off Switch.
  • Turn on your Switch. Go to System Settings > Data Management > Manage Software once more. Scroll down the list making sure your games have been migrated to the microSD card.
  • You can also clearly tell that the files are on the card by looking at the free space indicator on the right side under system memory.

In the event that your files were not successfully transferred to the new microSD card or are not recognized by the Switch, you can always delete the transferred files from the card using your computer’s file manager. You will need to re-download games/apps from Nintendo eShop, using the Nintendo Account they are associated with. If they aren’t automatically saved to your microSD card, use the archive and download trick described earlier.

Here is! You have successfully migrated your Switch files from one microSD card to another and/or added a microSD to expand your game library.

March 4 update: This article was originally published on March 8, 2019 and has been updated to explain that the process is the same for Nintendo Switch OLED and Nintendo Switch Lite storage cannot be upgraded.

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The Nintendo Switch is five years old today https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/03/04/the-nintendo-switch-is-five-years-old-today/ Fri, 04 Mar 2022 01:23:01 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/03/04/the-nintendo-switch-is-five-years-old-today/ The Nintendo Switch turned five today, and with that, fans of the hybrid console/handheld remember how much the system has changed during that time. From the launch alongside The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild March 3, 2017 at the next DLC for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and launch of Kirby and the Forgotten […]]]>

The Nintendo Switch turned five today, and with that, fans of the hybrid console/handheld remember how much the system has changed during that time.

From the launch alongside The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild March 3, 2017 at the next DLC for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and launch of Kirby and the Forgotten Landthe Switch has been through a lot.

Since its worldwide release five years ago, Nintendo has released two new models for the Switch, the all-portable Switch Lite and Switch OLED model featuring an upgraded display. During that time, the company shipped 103.54 million Switch systems across its original, Lite, and OLED models.

This milestone was reached on December 31 and propelled the console to the PlayStation and Nintendo Wii on the list of best-selling consoles of all time.

Nintendo has also had great success with its console games, with Mario Kart 8 Deluxe sitting as the best-selling title on the console at 43.35 million units sold, followed by Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Super Smash Bros Ultimate at 37.6 and 27.4 million units each.

Switch’s software lineup has also expanded beyond just offering new games on the eShop, as the Nintendo Switch Online subscription continues to add new features. Most recently, a new expansion pack tier was released, giving players access to Nintendo 64 and Sega Genesis games, as well as some DLC like the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Booster Course Pass no additional cost.

Nintendo management continues to say that the Switch is in the middle of its life cycle and may even be extended in the future. Rumors of another Switch model that would give the system improved performance also continue to swirl, but for now fans can just enjoy the popular hybrid as it keeps rolling.

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Nintendo Switch OLED restock: In stock now at Best Buy https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/16/nintendo-switch-oled-restock-in-stock-now-at-best-buy/ Wed, 16 Feb 2022 11:11:04 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/16/nintendo-switch-oled-restock-in-stock-now-at-best-buy/ Last update: February 16, 2022 Looking for a Nintendo Switch OLED restock? Best Buy now has Nintendo’s latest console in stock, so you can upgrade your dusty old Switch with the newest touch. This OLED display offers a bigger screen size and much better color reproduction than the original Nintendo Switch, meaning you could potentially […]]]>

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Looking for a Nintendo Switch OLED restock? Best Buy now has Nintendo’s latest console in stock, so you can upgrade your dusty old Switch with the newest touch. This OLED display offers a bigger screen size and much better color reproduction than the original Nintendo Switch, meaning you could potentially pick up a new console before all of this year’s heavy hitters like the classic. JRPG Live-A-Live aren’t coming to systems very soon. Of course, you’ll also want one of these consoles if you were looking to get one to prepare for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 as well.

What accessories should I get with the Nintendo Switch OLED restock?

You should also get accessories like an SD card for any games you want to play or download from the Nintendo eShop, as there are plenty of smaller titles that don’t get a physical release, like Hollow Knight. which are must buys for Nintendo’s incredibly successful system.

Get a Nintendo Switch SD Card from Best Buy (US)

Plus, you should get more Joy-Cons for any multiplayer action on the system, which means you can get your friends involved in titles like Mario Party, which can give you hours of fun, for not a lot of money. ‘silver. . Additionally, you should also look into the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, if you want to ensure that you always have a more “hardcore” experience when playing more serious titles. This is recommended for anyone who will be connecting the Nintendo Switch regularly, so be sure to pick one up.

Get Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons and Controllers at Best Buy (US)

The best games to play with Nintendo Switch OLED restock

If you don’t already have a Nintendo Switch, you can also pick up games like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Breath of the Wild and more at Best Buy. You can also check out the recently released Pokemon Legends Arceus, which is a brave new vision for the Pokemon franchise. Plus, with a huge catalog of titles, all you have to do is search for the titles you crave to grab them with beautiful physical editions. Getting digital copies is becoming increasingly popular, but be sure to keep an eye on the price when it comes to getting rarer physical editions of games, which can sometimes have more limited print runs as well.

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The top 10 games on Switch https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/10/the-top-10-games-on-switch/ Thu, 10 Feb 2022 20:25:00 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/10/the-top-10-games-on-switch/ The Nintendo Switch has an incredibly strong library of games, many of which are worth recommending. For our absolute 10 favorite games, however, you can check out the list below. It’s a list that we’ll update as often as the games are worth releasing. We’ll be releasing games and adding new ones as the Switch […]]]>

The Nintendo Switch has an incredibly strong library of games, many of which are worth recommending. For our absolute 10 favorite games, however, you can check out the list below. It’s a list that we’ll update as often as the games are worth releasing. We’ll be releasing games and adding new ones as the Switch library grows.

Please note that although the list below contains 10 entries, we don’t actually rank them – if a game has made it this far (and managed to stay here) it’s a must-play game, period. Thus, we will list the entries in reverse chronological order. In addition, you will find an overview of previous entries at the bottom of the list. While these titles have been hustled for bigger and better experiences, they’re still great games in their own right and worth exploring if you’re already up to date with the latest hits.

Here are Game Informer’s picks for the 10 best games on Switch.


Pokemon Legends: Arceus

Released: January 28, 2022

Pokémon Legends: Arceus represents the biggest change of pace for the long-running franchise. Set in an older version of Sinnoh, you’re tasked with exploring a vast world to complete the first Pokédex. Although it’s not a true open world, the feeling of freedom is still liberating, as is the less restrictive battle system where players can freely sneak, challenge, and even evade Pokemon. We loved capturing never-before-seen versions of our favorite pocket monsters, and a host of side quests, as well as an engaging main narrative, kept us glued to our Switch screens. Pokémon Legends: Arceus has its flaws, but it represents a solid first step towards what we hope will be the start of a new series. | Our opinion


Metroid Dread

Released: October 8, 2021

Metroid fans have been begging Nintendo for an all-new 2D Metroid adventure for nearly two decades. Luckily, when Nintendo finally delivered, it didn’t disappoint. As the name suggests, Dread is a tense experience, full of tough boss fights and deadly robots that doggedly pursue Samus through the various biomes of planet ZDR. Metroid’s classic exploration-based platforming remains intact, and we’ve been eagerly researching new upgrades like the Ghost Cloak and Spider Magnet. The 100% run ended too quickly, but we can’t wait to see what Dread’s big story means for the future of the series. | Our opinion


Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury

Released: February 12, 2021

Re-releases rarely capture our full attention these days, but the Wii U’s 4-player Mario title was so joyful and fun that we couldn’t resist returning for the Switch port. As if that weren’t enough, Nintendo has also included an all-new single-player campaign titled Bowser’s Fury. In this standalone experience, Mario travels across Lake Lapcat, completing various platforming challenges to collect Cat Shines. Bowser’s Fury’s larger, open design is incredibly refreshing for a Mario experience, and we loved how each act ends in a Kaiju-sized boss battle. | Our opinion


Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Released: March 20, 2020

Tranquil, low-stress Animal Crossing: New Horizons came at just the right time in the world. As the news cycle gets more tumultuous since 2020, Animal Crossing: New Horizons offers refuge in the form of a virtual tropical island. Building and customizing your home and island however you see fit is hugely rewarding, as New Horizons features a fun daily loop filled with objectives and rewards. | Our opinion


Fire Emblem: Three Houses

Released: July 26, 2019

The Fire Emblem series has built a cult following across handheld platforms in recent years, but with Three Houses, the turn-based strategy series is blasting onto TVs again in the best possible way. With exceptional strategic gameplay, a fun story to interact with and influence, and multiple paths to travel through the narrative, Fire Emblem: Three Houses is one of the best strategy games available today. | Our opinion


Super Smash Bros Ultimate

Released: December 7, 2018

A crossover event two decades in the making, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate represents the series in its most realized form. Containing superb combat mechanics, a terrific suite of modes to play, and a roster of fighters that features every character from the series’ history and more, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is anything but an essential title for the Switch. | Our opinion


Super Mario Odyssey

Released: October 27, 2017

Every Nintendo console should have at least one fantastic Mario platformer, and the Switch is no exception. Mario Odyssey was released a few months after console launch and it hits all the Mario boxes needed to be considered a classic, plus some surprising new ones. It’s whimsical, has perfect controls, tons to discover, and features a town level where all humans are of normal proportions while Mario runs around as his little cartoon character. It’s a weird adventure and a must-have for Switch owners. | Our opinion


Stardew Valley

Released: October 5, 2017

Harvest Moon’s future is unclear and its recent past is disappointing. Luckily, Stardew Valley exists and improves on nearly every mechanic the series popularized. Running a farm may seem like a chore, but in Stardew Valley it’s a joy. Watching your crops grow over time and selling them for profit while getting to know the townspeople makes for an experience that’s hard to put down. Adding Switch portability only enhances the experience. | Our opinion on the PC version


Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Released: April 28, 2017

Much more than just a port of the excellent Mario Kart 8 for Wii U, Deluxe includes all the game’s DLC (tracks, drivers and additional cars) and Battle mode, which was curiously absent from the original version. Playing Mario Kart on split screen is always a hit, and having a version of the game with two controllers that you can take anywhere makes it the perfect showcase for the Switch. | Our opinion


The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

Released: March 3, 2017

We’re not exaggerating when we say The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the best games ever made. We gave it the rare 10/10 in our review and awarded it our 2017 Game of the Year award because it sets a new high standard for open-world video games. Being able to go anywhere on the map has never been truer than in Breath of the Wild and it’s also filled with the kind of excellent puzzle design you’ve come to expect from a Zelda experience. It’s a journey you won’t soon forget and optional DLC packs add additional challenges and new items worth chasing in the overworld. | Our opinion


Games considered for this list that have not been selected or removed since this article was originally published: Pokémon Sword & Shield, Hollow Knight, Fortnite, Celeste, Golf Story, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Splatoon 2, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Doom, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Sonic Mania, Luigi’s Mansion 3, Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age – Definitive Edition, and recent classics that have been ported, Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove, Inside, and Axiom Verge. They’re still great games, so give them a try too!

Follow these links to read comparable lists for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One!

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Daily Deals: Buy 2 Nintendo Switch games, get the 3rd free (Pokemon Arceus, Mario Party Superstars, Animal Crossing $37 per game) https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/07/daily-deals-buy-2-nintendo-switch-games-get-the-3rd-free-pokemon-arceus-mario-party-superstars-animal-crossing-37-per-game/ Mon, 07 Feb 2022 20:35:56 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/07/daily-deals-buy-2-nintendo-switch-games-get-the-3rd-free-pokemon-arceus-mario-party-superstars-animal-crossing-37-per-game/ Today, Amazon is launching a Buy 2 Get 1 Free sale on games, movies, and books. The highlight of this offer this time around is the healthy selection of eligible popular Nintendo Switch games. If you’ve been waiting a while for price drops on rarely discounted games like Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, Animal Crossing: […]]]>

Today, Amazon is launching a Buy 2 Get 1 Free sale on games, movies, and books. The highlight of this offer this time around is the healthy selection of eligible popular Nintendo Switch games. If you’ve been waiting a while for price drops on rarely discounted games like Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, Animal Crossing: New Horizons, or Pikmin 3 Deluxe, then you might find something you like here. In other deals news, pick up a powerful Gundam-themed gaming PC from Newegg, get the lowest price on a new pair of Apple AirPods Pro, or save a little on Apple gift cards at BestBuy. These deals and more below.

Buy 2 Nintendo Switch games, get a 3rd free on Amazon (also works on other games, books, movies)

Pokemon Legends: Arceus + Mario Party Superstars + Animal Crossing for $109.98

Amazon is running a Buy 2 Get 3rd Free sale that spans multiple categories, including video games, movies, and books. In particular, the Switch video game assortment is excellent; you can pick up the new Pokemon Legends: Arceus, Mario Party Superstars, and Animal Crossing: New Horizons for just $109.98. That works out to $36.66 per game, a phenomenal price for any of these three titles. There are other video games available, such as Metroid Dread, Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, Pokemon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, and more. We’ve listed some of the biggest games below.

Gundam Themed RTX 3080 STRIX Gaming PC In Stock

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Liquid Cooled Intel Core i7-11700K RTX 3080 STRIX ABS Gaming PC w/ 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD

For all Gundam fans, this is your gaming PC dream come true. This ABS gaming PC includes an ASUS ROG STRIX Gundam Limited Edition case and power supply, an ASUS Z590 Gundam Limited Edition motherboard and an ASUS ROG Strix RTX 3080 Gundam Limited Edition video card. The Intel Core i7-11700K processor is cooled by an Asus ROG Strix LC 360mm RGB liquid cooler. The rest of the case, including cables and tubing, is color coded blue, white, and red to match the Gundam theme.

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PNY Elite-X 128GB U3 A1 Micro SDXC Card

Amazon is offering a deep discount on 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB PNY Micro SDXC cards. If you prefer to grab your Switch games digitally from the Nintendo eShop, you’ll need a reliable Micro SD card to meet the needs of storage. With up to 512GB of additional storage, you’ll be able to download virtually your entire Switch library, plus any new releases coming later this year, like Kirby and the Forgotten Land and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2.

LEGO Ideas Home Alone 21330 3,955 Piece Kit

LEGO Ideas Home Alone 21330 Building Kit (3,955 Pieces)

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This Home Alone set is no small set; If you thought the awesome LEGO Fishing Shop (namely one of the best LEGO buildings of all time) was complex, the McAllister House has slightly larger dimensions and about 1,900 more bricks! It’s also a very interactive kit, with a house that opens to display several different individual rooms, a separate tree house, the crooks’ van and several mini figures included.

New Apple AirPods Pro noise-canceling headphones

Apple AirPods Pro Noise Canceling Headphones

New MagSafe model

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If you regret not buying the Airpods Pro on Black Friday, here’s your chance to get it today for the same price. This is the latest generation model with the MagSafe compatible wireless charger. The AirPods Pro are considered one of the best noise-canceling in-ear headphones you can get, especially for under $200. Noise cancellation is rated as even better than the Bose Quietcomfort due to the natural noise isolation design of the in-ear headphones. If isolation and sound quality are of utmost importance to you, it’s easily worth the upgrade over the AirPods 3.

Apple AirPods 2 for $99.99

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Pick up a pair of Apple AirPods 2 Wireless Headphones at the lowest price we’ve ever seen. These AirPods include a charging case that you plug in via USB Type-C, not the “wireless” charger that supports Qi charging. You can get it with a wireless charging case for an extra $50, but it’s definitely not worth it; few people actually use the wireless charging feature and inductive charging is inherently much slower.

Buy a $100 Apple Gift Card and get $10 Best Buy credit

Buy $100 Amazon Gift Card, Get $10 Best Buy Gift Card

Best Buy is offering a free $10 credit with the purchase of a $100 Apple Gift Card. Credit will be applied to your account once you receive the Apple Gift Card. The Apple Gift Card can be used to redeem just about anything on the Apple site, including products, accessories, apps, games, music, movies, TV shows, etc Spend it on in-app content, books, subscriptions, and even iCloud storage to secure files across all your Apple devices. It can also be used for in-app purchases on your Apple device, like in Genshin Impact.

The Lord of the Rings Extended Edition in 4K

The Lord of the Rings Expanded and Theatrical 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Set

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This long-awaited Lord of the Rings 4K box set was released in December 2020 for the hefty price tag of $99.99. As of today, the price is down to $57.33, the lowest we’ve ever seen for this set and a few dollars cheaper than Black Friday. This set includes 4K Ultra HD and digital versions of the Theatrical and Extended Editions of The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The Expanded Editions add a total of 168 minutes of bonus footage that fleshes out Middle-earth much more than the original theatrical cuts.

Gloomhaven: Jaw of the Lion Board Game

Gloomhaven: Jaws of The Lion Board Game

This is by far the lowest price ever seen on Gloomhaven: Jaws of the Lion (the previous price was $35). It is a popular standalone cooperative role-playing game from Cephalofair Games. It offers a gameplay experience similar to the original Gloomhaven game and much more intimidating, but for casual gamers; this means a simpler set of rules, a more extensive tutorial, and fewer overall pieces on the board. a. It is currently rated 8.7/10 on BoardGameGeek.

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What to spend your Nintendo eShop credit on – Switch games under $10, $20, $50 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/03/what-to-spend-your-nintendo-eshop-credit-on-switch-games-under-10-20-50/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 20:00:00 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/03/what-to-spend-your-nintendo-eshop-credit-on-switch-games-under-10-20-50/ Image: Nintendo Life So: it’s your birthday or a party, and you’ve just been presented with a shiny piece of plastic with Mario and a number on it. Alternatively, an alphanumeric code was printed or scribbled on a card. You ask your parents/your loved one/the gift-giving human what you’re supposed to do with it, and […]]]>
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So: it’s your birthday or a party, and you’ve just been presented with a shiny piece of plastic with Mario and a number on it. Alternatively, an alphanumeric code was printed or scribbled on a card. You ask your parents/your loved one/the gift-giving human what you’re supposed to do with it, and they say, “it’s a gift card, you moron.”

Yes, this little piece of Nintendo-approved hardware is play money, and you can use it to buy real stuff from the Nintendo Switch eShop!

Or maybe you just bought some eShop credit for yourself, or you have leftovers from your last purchase, and we even have a handy guide for Where to Buy Nintendo Switch eShop Credit, Gift Cards, and Membership Online. Alternatively, if you buy credit through our own code site and use the code “NLIFE10”, you will get 10% off your purchase:

Please note that some external links on this page are affiliate links, which means that if you click on them and make a purchase, we may receive a small percentage of the sale. Please read our FTC disclosure for more information.

But… What is the best use of this money? Which Switch games are worth buying given the rigid naming you’ve lovingly received?

If you don’t have a wishlist yet, or a game you wanted to buy but were $5 short, we might be able to give you some recommendations! Below is a detailed guide to the types of quality Switch games you can buy for the most common Nintendo eShop credit denominations.

Switch game suggestions – What should I buy with my Switch eShop credit?

To note. We recommend that you click and read our review of each game for more specific information on each title. They’re all great, but if you despise puzzle games, something like Picross will have you wall-climbing no matter how good!

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If you’ve opened a gift to find $5 in gift card money, don’t be disappointed – there’s many you can access the Switch eShop for just $5 (or less!). Keep an eye on sales, as many games are on sale for 90% off, bringing them down to a handful of coins. Fantasy games like Inside, Unravel Two, and FAR: Lone Sails have all cost less than $5 in the past, and we’re betting money (around $5) that they’ll be on sale again. DekuDeals is an invaluable tool for tracking exactly what’s on sale.

If you can’t wait for the sales, you can start with the games and apps that cost nothing at all – Fortnite, Pokémon Unite, Warframe, YouTube and Twitch can all be found on the eShop, and you haven’t even cracked in the $5 again!

As for the games that are always less than $5, we recommend:

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A $10 gift card for the eShop can buy you everything a $5 gift card can get, sure, but now that you’ve raised the price a little, your options are wider.

Again, watch out for sales on games like Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch – a brilliant $50 game that can often be picked up for just $10 at a sale – and the excellent and clunky Katamari Damacy REROLL. The handsome and Zelda-esque Okami HD is also often under $10, whether you love it on the Wii or have never played it.

But for full-price games under $10, here are some of the best:

  • Part-time UFO (underrated and adorable gem of HAL lab mind)
  • A Short Hike (a wholesome, award-winning adventure game)
  • Drawful 2 (Jackbox’s pinnacle of board games, a hit with friends and family)
  • Oxenfree (scary, mind-bending and mysterious narrative adventure)
  • Picross S6 (this is Picross, an addictive number-based puzzle game – see also S, S2, S3, etc.)

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Now we’re starting to get into the beefier maps, and this one can get you some prestige indies. Narrowing them down to the best of the best is extremely difficult, so we recommend going to the eShop yourself and filtering by price to see what’s out there, because many some really good small studios price their games around $20.

Still, we’re up for a challenge, so here’s our guide to under $20 by category:

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See also: Best “walking simulators” and Nintendo Switch narrative games

Platform / Metroidvania

See also: Best 2D Nintendo Switch Platformerrs, Best Nintendo Switch Metroidvania Games

Relax-em-ups

Roguelikes and roguelites

See Also: Best Nintendo Switch Roguelikes, Roguelites, and Racing-Based Games

Action-adventure / RPG

See also: Best Nintendo Switch RPGs

Strategy

See also: Best Nintendo Switch Strategy Games

Party

See also: Best Nintendo Switch board games

But you can rather Spend that $20 on a one-year subscription to Nintendo Switch Online, which also gives you access to a library of NES games, SNES games, and occasional week-long free trials of popular and new games! You’ll also be able to play battle royale-style free online games like Tetris 99 and Pac-Man 99. That’s not a bad deal, especially if you want to explore some classic retro titles.

You are bound to find Something you have fun in there! Good luck!

Switch games under $35

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Again, take a look at the previous suggestions to see a few games you might enjoy, and keep an eye out for sales – but for this category you can also pick up some all-time classics, and even bumper packs. clashes of several games.

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Adventure / RPG

Roguelikes and roguelites

Party / Cooperation

Platform / Metroidvania

Action / Shooter

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You really can’t go wrong grabbing, say, one game under $20 and another under $15, but if you want something beefier, here are some additional recommendations that cost a bit more on the Online Store.

For some reason, the denominations currently available for eShop gift cards go for $45 – the $50 one seems harder to find – but these games are worth the extra $5 for:

Switch games under $70

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Apparently there’s no readily available eShop gift card between $45 and $70, so if you’re a 60 year old male who wants to spend a dollar a year of your life, you’re out of luck, sorry – unless you want to buy three $20 gift cards, that is.

But $70 is when we start getting into the real blockbusters and high-end Nintendo-made games (which tend to go on sale extremely rarely, unfortunately). There’s a ton you can get for $70 on the eShop, so be sure to check out our “Best Switch Games Ever” guide, or find one of our “Best of” genre lists for a kind you like!

If that sounds like too much work, here are our ultimate picks:

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Adventure / RPG

Action / Shooter

Relax-Em-Ups

Puzzle

Platform

Multiplayer / Party

Strategy

Of course, you can also spend that dosh on the Nintendo Switch Online+ expansion pack, which gives you all the benefits of the Nintendo Switch Online membership (NES games, SNES games, online play, free trials) plus the Nintendo 64 games, Sega Genesis games and, if you own Animal Crossing: New Horizons, access to the fantastic Happy Home Paradise DLC.

Most of these games are $60, so spend that extra $10 on something like A Short Hike, Picross, or Part Time UFO, or grab some DLC for games that have it.

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Well, mate, that’s…all of them. If you’re lucky enough to get $100 in eShop gift cards, the world is yours! Buuuut, since you asked us, we have prepared for you packs that will satisfy you for sure. Simply choose the package that suits you best!

Stories to make you cry

  • Hades + Spiritfarer + Chicory: A colorful tale

Murder and Mystery

  • Ace Attorney Turnabout Collection + Overboard! + Tangle Tower

Deep stories, great feelings

  • Disco Elysium – The Final Cut + Night In The Woods + Oxenfree + What Remains of Edith Finch

Action Classics

  • DOOM + Hotline Collection Miami + DOOM Eternal

Sprawling fantasy RPGs

  • Skyrim/The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt + Dragon’s Dogma

Roguelikes and roguelites

  • Hades + Slay The Spire + Dead Cells + Enter The Gungeon

Strategy Shine

  • Fire Emblem: Three Houses + Into The Breach + Invisible Inc.

Play with friends

  • Overcooked 2 + Drawful 2 + Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

play forever

  • Minecraft + Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Relax and disconnect

  • Stardew Valley + A Short Hike + Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Challenging platform

  • Celeste + Ori and the Blind Forest + Super Mario Odyssey

Sequels better than the originals

  • Metroid Dread + Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Of course, this is subject to change and extremely subject to playhave you everfri. The world really is your oyster on Switch, even if your budget is tight, so the suggestion above is really just a starting point.

This article is one of our Switch Essentials guides that cover a wide variety of genres, including the best Switch FPS games, the best Switch RPGs, the best Switch games for kids, the best Switch Couch co-op games, and the best Switch Fitness. and Exercise Games. We can also help you find the best horror games on Switch, the best racing games on Switch, the best action RPGs on Switch, the best Nintendo Switch games Roguelikes, Roguelites and Run-Based, the best Switch games freebies and even games to play. After completing Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Whatever your favorite genre, we’ve got you covered: Strategy Games, Metroidvanias, Puzzle Games, Board Games, Online Multiplayer Games, Local Wireless Multiplayer Games, Shmups, Visual Novels, Fighting Games, Hidden Treasures, 2D Platformers, 3D Platformers, Race and Gun Games, Sports Games, Beat ‘Em Ups, Chill Games, Family Games, Retro-Inspired Games, Short Games, Card Games and Deck-builders, Flight Sim and Space Combat, Point and Click Adventure Games, and the Best Switch Exclusives, plus every Arcade Archives game, every ACA Neo Geo game, every SEGA AGES game on Switch, and the best Switch collections and compilations.

If you’re looking for the best Switch games of any genre, our reader-voted selection of the best Nintendo Switch games should help, and you can also find the best Nintendo Switch games of 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021. And finally, if you are interested in other Nintendo consoles and retro games, check out the best Game Boy games, the best Nintendo DS games, the best Nintendo 3DS games, the best SNES games, the best N64 games, the best GameCube games and the best Wii Games, as well as all Nintendo Switch Online NES games and all Nintendo Switch Online SNES games.

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Pokemon Legends: Arceus total sales revealed https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/03/pokemon-legends-arceus-total-sales-revealed/ Thu, 03 Feb 2022 10:29:08 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/03/pokemon-legends-arceus-total-sales-revealed/ The Nintendo Switch has seen massive releases over the years, but only one has sold out faster than Pokemon Legends: Arceus. It’s been almost a week since the release date of Pokemon Legends: Arceus, Nintendo’s biggest first-party title for quite some time. A few graphical complaints aside, it looks like Pokemon Legends is the open-world […]]]>

The Nintendo Switch has seen massive releases over the years, but only one has sold out faster than Pokemon Legends: Arceus.

It’s been almost a week since the release date of Pokemon Legends: Arceus, Nintendo’s biggest first-party title for quite some time.

A few graphical complaints aside, it looks like Pokemon Legends is the open-world Pokemon title that fans have always been asking for. And if there was any question as to whether the main series will remain open-world, just look at these sales numbers for your answer.

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It’s no surprise that Pokemon Legends: Arceus already has DLC on the way, according to new reports.

And it looks like a total of 158 new Pokémon will be coming to the game soon!

Pokemon Legends: Arceus becomes the second best-selling Switch game

According to a new article from Famitsu, Pokemon Legends: Arceus surpassed 1.425 million sales in the first 3 days of release.

This huge number makes the title the second-best first week for a Nintendo Switch title since the launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons. That’s not too surprising, given how Pokemon Legends: Arceus streams are exploding in popularity online.

For reference, New Horizons hit a whopping 1.881 million in its first week. However, we have yet to hear exactly how many sales Arceus can achieve in a full 7 days.

Read more: Pokemon Legends: Arceus: How to get the Shining Charm

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Perhaps the new Pokemon title is well on its way to being Nintendo’s biggest hit of the Switch’s lifetime!

If the rumors are true, Mega Evolution could be coming to Pokemon Legends: Arceus very soon. We are sure that this popular feature will attract many returning fans who are undecided about the game.

But are complaints about Pokemon Legends’ graphics justified? It’s fair to say that the game isn’t Breath of the Wild, even years after it launched.

If you’re still finishing your Pokémon adventure, here’s where to find all Alpha Pokémon in Legends: Arceus!

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Massive Nintendo eShop sale will let Switch fans enjoy the best titles at low prices https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/02/massive-nintendo-eshop-sale-will-let-switch-fans-enjoy-the-best-titles-at-low-prices/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 20:08:00 +0000 https://r4i3dsr4fr.com/2022/02/02/massive-nintendo-eshop-sale-will-let-switch-fans-enjoy-the-best-titles-at-low-prices/ Nintendo is back with its exciting deals and offers for Switch users who want exciting new games for their handheld console. In terms of getting affordable titles, this is the best chance for any fans who wanted to pick up some of Nintendo’s best blockbusters. ADVERTISING The article continues below this ad From Pokemon Legends […]]]>

Nintendo is back with its exciting deals and offers for Switch users who want exciting new games for their handheld console. In terms of getting affordable titles, this is the best chance for any fans who wanted to pick up some of Nintendo’s best blockbusters.

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From Pokemon Legends Arceus to Super Mario Odyssey, there are various games up for grabs for Nintendo Switch users. They can currently get the games discounted on several depending on availability.

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Nintendo reveals massive discount on Pokemon Legends Arceus, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and more

Coming straight to the company, there are tons of enticing titles players can buy from Nintendo. Starting with this year’s highly rated Pokemon Legends Arceus, it’s available for just $49.94. Simply put, the latest installment in the iconic saga can be purchased with a 17% discount.

Then there’s The Legend of Zelda: Breath of Wild, which is available for $38.91 on Walmart. This translates to a whopping 38% discount. Well, this is a really amazing deal, especially for Nintendo fans who are still waiting for Zelda 2. At least they can buy its predecessor and enjoy it while waiting.

Super Mario Odyssey is also available for just $38.99 at GameStop, about 35% off.

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If you want to check out other discounted Nintendo games Online Store sale, keep scrolling below.

  • Clubhouse Games: 51 Global Classics – $32.88
  • SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech – $8.74
  • Unboxing – $15.99
  • Blue Fire – $9.99
  • Cyber ​​Shadow – $13.99
  • Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition – $12.49
  • Summer in Mara – $9.99
  • Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection – $14.79
  • Paradise Killer – $12.99
  • Monopoly Madness – $23.99
  • Immortals Fenyx Rising Gold Edition – $24.99
  • Call of Juarez: Gunslinger – $7.99
  • Crypt of the NecroDancer: Nintendo Switch Edition – $3.99
  • Aspire: Ina’s Tale – $8.70
  • Little Nightmares Complete Edition – $7.49

Much like last year when Nintendo users witnessed an award-winning game in Metroid: Dread, 2022 will likely prove to be a great year for the company as well. Especially considering an expected sequel like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2.

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In the meantime, what games are you going to get during Nintendo’s eShop sale? Let us know in the comments.

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