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Nintendo eShop Cyber Monday sale still has tons of deals

One of the biggest Nintendo Switch sales is here. With tons of choices, here are some must-haves.


Super Mario Odyssey is still on sale on the eShop, in case you missed other deals.

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Nintendo has launched a massive eShop sale on the Nintendo Switch, with games on sale through Nov. 30, 11:59 pm PT. If you want to browse the full list, go ahead (link below). There are some Nintendo first-party games on sale, and although retailers were also selling those games, sometimes for even less, other sales appear to be done. Personally, I'm even more interested in the indie and third-party games for sale online.

While there are a number of Nintendo bundles and sale deals, the deals below are specifically for digital games on the eShop.

One thing to keep in mind: For big games like Super Mario Odyssey (on sale for $42 on the eShop), you're better off looking elsewhere. GameStop has the game for $35 right now.

Running down the list, here are a few that immediately caught my eye:

  • Hades (normally $25, now $17.50)
  • Astral Chain (normally $60, now $42)
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps (normally $30, now $18)
  • Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove (normally $40, now $22)
  • Spelunky 2 (normally $20, now $16)
  • Tetris Effect: Connected (normally $40, now $26.79)
  • Super Monkey Ball: Banana Mania (normally $40, now $30)
  • Jackbox Party Pack games (a number of them on sale, various prices)
  • Sega Genesis Classics (was $30, now $15)
  • Dark Souls: Remastered (was $40, now $20)
  • Lost in Random (was $30, now $20)
  • Contra and Castlevania Anniversary Collections (were $20 each, now $5 each)