The Nintendo eShop begins its spring sale this week, offering discounts on a range of Nintendo Switch titles.
The European Spring sale includes over 140 games across the Nintendo Switch, the 3DS, and the humble old Wii U. The full list of included games will be released by Nintendo on Thursday. In the meantime, we have details of a few highlights.
Some marquee Nintendo Switch titles are getting a welcome price cut, including the well-received port of Doom, Rockstar’s crime-drama, LA Noire, and the epic, open-world fantasy, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Fans of ball sports can also grab hold of FIFA 18, and Rocket League at a reduced price.
The Nintendo 3DS sale lineup taps into the buzz around some recent Japanese franchises on home console. There are 50% discounts applied to Monster Hunter Stories, Monster Hunter Ultimate 4, and 40% sliced off of Xenoblade Chronicles 3D.
And if you’ve never played it, the opportunity to experience The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for £11.99 (in the UK) shouldn’t be missed.
The sale runs from Thursday March 22 to April 5, 2018. We’ll be back with the full list of games on Thursday.
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