Last chance: Secure 1,500 cheap games for Nintendo Switch at the February Festival!
In the Nintendo eShop, the big February Festival is running with more than 1500 special offers for Nintendo Switch. At the start of last week we already have you ten highlights selectedt. Before the sale ends on February 26th, i.e. this Sunday, we will follow up with ten more buying tips in this article. If you prefer to search for the best offers yourself, you can find the complete overview here:
Nintendo eShop Februaryfest: Over 1500 games for Nintendo Switch on sale
51 Worldwide Games
51 Worldwide Games is a collection of 51 popular parlor games. These include many board game classics such as chess, backgammon or halma, which require brains, but also games such as darts, bowling or air hockey, which require skill above all. You can play against each other both locally and online or compete alone with the AI. If you don’t feel like fighting opponents or competitions at all, there are also three different variants of solitaire available to you. In the Nintendo eShop you will find a free demo with the games Domino, Match4, President and Racetrack.
51 Worldwide Games instead of €39.99 now for €27.99 in the Nintendo eShop
Bayonetta + Bayonetta 2
The first and second parts of the Bayonetta series, which were originally released for the Wii U, are now on sale in the technically improved Switch version. As the witch Bayonetta, who is equipped with melee and firearms on her hands and feet, we go into battle against the demonic hosts. The spectacularly staged fights, in which we are rewarded for particularly stylish combos, and the creatively designed opponents are the highlights of both games. While the art desEsports Extrasof the first part is rather dark, in part 2 you will be sent to pretty, colorful environments. Bayonetta 2 also has more unusual special attacks to offer.
Bayonetta + Bayonetta 2 instead of €59.99 now for €39.99 in the Nintendo eShop
Diablo II: Resurrected
Diablo II: Resurrected is the new edition of the action RPG classic, which has been technically renewed and updated from the ground up. But that doesn’t change the isometric perspective any more than the well-known game principle: we kill hordes of monsters, level up our character and look for better and better equipment so that we can survive the tough boss fights. We can compete alone or in online co-op with up to four players. Since the remake contains the Lord of Destruction expansion in addition to the main game, there are a total of seven character classes to choose from, which play completely differently.
Diablo II: Resurrected instead of €39.99 for €13.19 in the Nintendo eShop
Spyro Reignited Trilogy
With the Spyro Reignited Trilogy you get parts 1 to 3 of the famous 3D platformer series in a technically completely overhauled version. The detailed graphics bring out the beautiful art desEsports Extrasof the brightly colored, fairytale-like levels even better. In addition, the controls have been adapted to today’s habits and are now much easier to use. Other than that, the gameplay hasn’t changed much, which is good because the Spyro games have held up surprisingly well. Racing through the levels with the little dragon and knocking over enemies or sizzling them with the flame breath is still a lot of fun today.
Spyro Reignited Trilogy instead of €39.99 for €15.99 in the Nintendo eShop
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is the remake of the RPG originally released for Nintendo DS and Game Boy Advance. Instead of slipping into the role of the trainer like in other Pokemon games, here you are a Pokemon yourself and live together with your fellow Pokemon in a small village. There, you’ll make friends and assemble a team to explore dangerous dungeons to rescue lost Pokemon. The turn-based battles offer a lot of depth due to the many different abilities of your team members and the many items that you can use. You can also see this for yourself by downloading the free demo from Nintendo eShop.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX instead of €59.99 now for €39.99 in the Nintendo eShop
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga is a must for all Star Wars fans, simply because it lets you play through all three Star Wars trilogies, in any order. The templates are staged with great attention to detail and the typical LEGO offbeat humor, with the atmospheric soundtrack contributing a lot to the atmosphere. In terms of play, you essentially get the usual mix of action, puzzles and platforming. The fights are much more exciting than in older LEGO games thanks to the new combo system. In addition, the spectacular space battles provide additional variety.
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga instead of €59.99 for €26.99 in the Nintendo eShop
Mario & Rabbids: Sparks of Hope
Mario & Rabbids: Sparks of Hope is the recently released sequel to the tactical hit Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle. Compared to the first part, not only is it significantly more extensive, but also a more complex character development, which ensures high long-term motivation. This time, Mario and his friends, together with the cute bunnies from Ubisoft, are rushing to help the so-called Sparks. These are small, star-shaped creatures that can aid us in battle. Little has changed at the core of the gameplay: You still get challenging turn-based tactical battles in which you have to cleverly combine the individual skills of your characters in order to win.
Mario & Rabbids: Sparks of Hope instead of €59.99 now for €44.99 in the Nintendo eShop
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 is now a whopping 86 percent cheaper in the Nintendo eShop. It’s a Dynasty Warrior style hack and slash action game set in the world of the famous anime series. So you mow down masses of enemies who are hopelessly inferior to you with spectacular special attacks. In between, however, you also have to face significantly more demanding bosses against whom you have to prove that you have mastered the rather complex combat system. The 40 playable characters with individual abilities ensure playful diversity. In each level you can choose between several of them. The campaEsports Extrasalso captivates with its exciting story.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 instead of €69.99 now for €9.79 in the Nintendo eShop
Risk of Rain 2
Like its predecessor, Risk of Rain 2 is a roguelike shooter. So after you die, you start all over again, but the randomly generated levels and a motivating progression system with unlockable items and characters ensure that each playthrough is different. Stranded on an alien planet, you’ll make your way through more than a dozen different regions full of dangerous creatures to escape the final boss, alone or in co-op with up to four players. While part 1 was still based on 2D Esports Extras graphics, part 2 is now experienced in the third-person perspective, in which the huge monsters that you have to deal with here look much more impressive.
Risk of Rain 2 instead of €24.99 now for €6.24 in the Nintendo eShop
Overcooked Special Edition
Overcooked is a fun and chaotic co-op game in which up to four players try to take care of a restaurant’s kitchen together. In order to satisfy as many hungry guests as possible within the time limit and thus crack the high score, they have to work well together. All tasks, from roasting meat to cutting vegetables to washing dishes, have to be distributed sensibly and you have to constantly coordinate so that everyone does the right thing at the right time. Otherwise, culinary disasters will quickly follow. The Special Edition also includes the two expansions “The Lost Morsel” and “Festive Seasoning”, which, among other things, provide additional levels and new chefs.
Overcooked Special Edition instead of €19.99 now for €2.99 in the Nintendo eShop
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