Pick up some classic Capcom video games on Nintendo Switch in a new eShop sale.
The small but perfectly formed Capcom sale on Nintendo Switch includes 35 full games spread across eight individual releases.
The recently released Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is the highlight. It includes Ace Attorney, Justice For All, and Trials and Tribulation, all beautifully remastered in high-definition along with UI improvements, an increase in save slots, and English and Japanese language game variants.
There’s also an opportunity to revisit some arcade classics of the past with the Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle, or play every mainline Mega Man game released to date across two Legacy collections, and last year’s Mega Man 11.
The game discounts are available on the EU Nintendo eShop until June 20, 2019. Here’s the full lineup of included titles.
Capcom Nintendo Switch sale
- Capcom Beat ‘Em Up Bundle (7 games)
- Mega Man Legacy Collection (6 games)
- Mega Man Legacy Collection 2 (4 games)
- Mega Man 11
- Okami HD
- Onimusha: Warlords
- Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (12 games)
- Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy (3 games)
Other games getting Nintendo Switch discounts this week include the marvellous Zelda-like adventure, Hob, racing game, Gear Club Unlimited 2, and Mike Bithell’s sci-fi short, Quarantine Circular. Hob in particular is an underrated and often overlooked gem of a game.
For news of more video game sales, check out our dedicated sales page. For weekly updates on the new games coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One, visit our new releases section. And, of course, feel free to follow us on Twitter for regular news updates.
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