Best Cheap Nintendo Switch Games – The Biggest Discounts On Switch eShop (Europe) – Nintendo Life

Regular sales have become a welcome fixture on the Nintendo Switch eShop and there are huge numbers of cheap and discounted Switch games available at any given time. With so much choice it can be tough to know exactly is worth your hard-earned cash and precious time, and Nintendo of Europe is currently running a massive Festive Offers sale with over 1000 games discounted.

Never fear — Nintendo Life is here to help you sort the wheat from the chaff! Here we choose our favourite cheap Switch games in the Switch eShop sales so you can be sure you’re getting a great deal on a great game.

What do we mean by ‘best cheap Switch games’ exactly? We’re thinking anything discounted to around £10/10€ or under (GBP and EUR prices will obviously differ and sometimes won’t reflect the same percentage discount). In addition to the best cheap Switch games, we’ll also highlight a ridiculously cheap eShop game or two — we’re talking Switch games under a quid — which may be worth investigating for a few pennies, if only for a half hour or so.

So, let’s have a look at this week’s best deals on the Switch eShop.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition (Switch)

Publisher: Bandai Namco / Developer: Omega Force

Release Date: 10th May 2018 (USA) / 11th May 2018 (UK/EU)

84% off – was £54.99 / 59,99€, now £8.79 / 9,59€ until 30th Dec 2021

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition is a wonderful example of a licensed adaptation doing just about everything right; if you’ve ever read or watched One Piece and thought “this would make a great video game!”, this is that game. While it doesn’t spend nearly enough time on its story beats to fully immerse new players into its world, we’d still recommend it even if you’re new to the Straw Hat Crew — there’s plenty of rollicking fun to be had throwing elbows (and swords, and staves, and…) with Luffy and co., and longtime readers will have a blast revisiting their earliest days. A recommended romp for One Piece and Warriors fans alike.

Moving Out (Switch)

Publisher: Team17 / Developer: SMG Studio

Release Date: 28th Apr 2020 (USA) / 28th Apr 2020 (UK/EU)

67% off – was £19.99 / 24,99€, now £4.99 / 6,24€ until 6th Jan 2022

Played with the mindset of having old-fashioned fun rather than pushing your gaming skills to their limits, Moving Out has quite a lot to offer. It looks good, sounds good and plays well; it’s just a shame there isn’t a little bit more to get your teeth into. It’s a lot of fun causing chaos with friends – throwing toasters through windows or trying to balance that last lampshade on the back of an over-stocked removal truck – but it’s just not resonant enough as a co-operative experience to stick in your mind. A very good effort, but in …….


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N.F.L. Christmas Schedule: What to Watch For in Today’s Games – The New York Times

It’s not a misprint.

If you’re scrolling through your television listings on Christmas Day, you’ll see two N.F.L. games on the schedule, which could be a bit of a reprieve from the holiday meal and festivities (or from the slate of N.B.A. games).

One of the matchups, on paper, should be better than the other, but both games will feature high-profile stars, including Aaron Rodgers, the league’s reigning most valuable player, as well as Davante Adams, Kyler Murray, Myles Garrett and Jonathan Taylor.

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Warhammer 40,000 Finds New Fans During Pandemic Gaming Boom – The New York Times

Looks like it’s time to break out the games again. Though, if you’re one of thousands of people around the world who play Warhammer, you probably never put it away in the first place.

Warhammer 40,000, a tabletop game set in a dystopian fictional universe, is not new. But a pandemic-fueled frenzy for science fiction and fantasy games like Dungeons & Dragons has introduced it to a whole new group of players.

Often referred to as Warhammer 40k, the game is played on tabletop terrains with models that players assemble, modify and paint. The game itself requires a lot of arithmetic, as well…….