Nintendo eShop Spring Sale Now Live From $3

Alongside this rare price drop on the Switch OLED model, the Nintendo eShop Spring Sale kicks off now. With great deals on a wide range of Switch games from $3Now is the perfect time to load up your back catalog and digital library with titles to play while you wait for the now-delayed Zelda Breath of the Wild 2. way – with Sonic games, the Genesis and Assassin’s Creed collections, and more, plus indie gems. You’ll find all of our top picks below, and be sure to dive into this morning’s roundup for your physical game deals.

Nintendo eShop Spring Sale:

***To note: Remember that with the latest eShop update, some users and on some listings will require you to be signed into a Nintendo Account in order to see the discounted price.

And some 3DS games too:

While Nintendo is about to shut down its 3DS digital store, die-hard fans of its legacy handheld will want to visit our roundup of eShop exclusives and deals here. And then switch to the current course Sale of SEGA 3DS games and pick up some Sonic Classics and More $3 as part of the Nintendo eShop Spring Sale.

And in case you missed it, the SEGA Genesis and SNES Switch Online Wireless Controllers are now back in stock so you can enjoy the recently released Earthworm Jim 2 (and many more) the way it was meant to be played. .

Sonic Mania Features:

Nintendo eShop Spring Sale: Experience the ultimate celebration of past and future in Sonic Mania, an all-new 2D Sonic adventure running at 60 frames per second with stunning retro-style HD graphics. Multiple playable characters give you the ability to go at explosive speed as Sonic, soar as Tails, or smash through tough obstacles with the brute force of Knuckles. You can relive the Sonic of the past with an exciting new twist on classic areas while battling new bosses and Dr. Eggman’s army of evil robots. Compete against players in Competitive mode or play in Co-op mode with a friend.


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