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Nintendo Switch: Now around 900 games up to 90% cheaper on offer

In the Nintendo eShop there are again many games for Nintendo Switch cheaper.  We present you the highlights.






In the Nintendo eShop there are again many games for Nintendo Switch cheaper. We present you the highlights.

This week, Nintendo eShop has plenty of special offers for Nintendo Switch. Almost all genres are represented among the approximately 900 reduced games, from shooters to racing games to life simulations. We have selected ten highlights with discounts of up to 90 percent from the long list of deals and will briefly present them to you. You can find an overview of all reduced games here:

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Nintendo eShop: Nintendo Switch games on sale

Disney Dreamlight Valley Deluxe Edition

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Disney Dreamlight Valley: Trailer introduces the winter update with Toy Story






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Disney Dreamlight Valley: Trailer introduces the winter update with Toy Story

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Offer valid until: January 30th

Disney Dreamlight Valley is a life simulation in the style of Animal Crossing or Stardew Valley, but in the Disney universe including famous characters like Mickey, Goofy, Wall-E or Simba. On the one hand, our task is to transform the overgrown Dreamlight Valley into an idyllic place, with many creative options open to us, from landscaping to interior design. On the other hand, we embark on adventurous journeys to rescue and bring back the Disney characters scattered across different regions. The Deluxe Edition provides additional in-game items such as furniture and clothing items, the Celestial Turtle animal companion, and 14,500 units of Moonstone currency.

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Disney Dreamlight Valley Deluxe Edition instead of €49.99 now for €34.99 in the Nintendo eShop

Green Hell

In the jungle of Green Hell it is not only wild animals that are life-threatening.






In the jungle of Green Hell it is not only wild animals that are life-threatening.

Offer valid until: February 1st

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You can get Green Hell for a whopping 90 percent cheaper. The survival game sends you alone into the jungle where you have to fight against wild animals for survival. Hunger, illness and psychological stress can also become a danger. Gameplay consists of exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. So Green Hell basically offers the usual mix in the genre, but it stands out from its competitors due to its realism and its demanding level of difficulty. In our struggle for survival, however, we are not left completely alone, but receive valuable tips from a mysterious voice on our radio.

Green Hell instead of €24.99 now for €2.49 in the Nintendo eShop

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WRC 9 FIA World Rally Championship

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WRC 9 – Trailer announcing the rally sim

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Offer valid until: January 31st

You can also get the racing game hit WRC 9 90 percent cheaper. Compared to its predecessor, the rally simulation offers new routes in Kenya, New Zealand and Japan, which visually stand out from the otherwise mostly European locations. In terms of gameplay, the already excellent driving physics have been further improved, you now get an even better feeling for the weight of the cars on the rough off-road routes. In general, WRC 9 places great value on realism and, of course, lets you compete again with the official cars and drivers of the World Rally Championship. The career mode, in which you not only have to take care of your own advancement as a driver, but also of your team, ensures a high level of long-term motivation.

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WRC 9 FIA World Rally Championship instead of €49.99 now for €4.99 in the Nintendo eShop

Graveyard Keeper

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Graveyard Keeper - Trailer: The graveyard answer to Stardew Valley is now here






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Graveyard Keeper – Trailer: The graveyard answer to Stardew Valley is now here

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Offer valid until: February 1st

Graveyard Keeper is basically a Harvest Moon or Stardew Valley style building and living sim. Here, however, you don’t take care of a farm, but of your own graveyard, in a medieval game world that is portrayed with a lot of macabre humor. In addition to digging graves, you do a whole range of other tasks and side jobs to earn some extra money. For example, you carry out autopsies, go fishing or trade, the latter also with the stolen legacies of the dead. There are also dungeons where you can fight with the undead and find treasures.

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Graveyard Keeper instead of €19.99 now for €9.99 in the Nintendo eShop

Mr Shifty

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Mr. Shifty - Conclusion Video: Nightcrawler would love this game






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Mr. Shifty – Conclusion Video: Nightcrawler would love this game

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Offer valid until: February 1st

Mr. Shifty is a fast-paced action game with a top-down perspective. In order to take down the evil, criminal boss of a corporation before he unleashes a worldwide catastrophe with plutonium, we fight our way through the floors of a skyscraper crowded with security guards. We usually defend ourselves against our heavily armed enemies with our bare fists. This is only possible thanks to the supernatural ability of our protagonist, who can teleport short distances in a split second, even through walls and flying bullets. In this way, we suddenly stab individual opponents in the back and are gone again before their comrades can turn to us and pull the trigger.

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Mr. Shifty instead of €14.99 now for €3.74 in the Nintendo eShop

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The Sinking City

The Sinking City - Video: This game doesn't take us for idiots - at your own risk






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The Sinking City – Video: This game doesn’t take us for idiots – at your own risk

Offer valid until: February 9th

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The Sinking City is a detective adventure based on HP Lovecraft’s horror stories. Strange visions draw people to the sinking city of Oakmont, driving its residents insane. As a private detective, we want to track down the cause of the supernatural threat. For this we have to do typical detective work, question the residents, collect clues and draw our conclusions. The special thing about it is that the game gives us a free hand in our investigations. The city is freely accessible and we have to decide for ourselves where to start our search for clues. It’s not always easy, but it also makes us feel like real detectives.

The Sinking City instead of €49.99 now for €9.99 in the Nintendo eShop

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The Final Station

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The Final Station – survival game announcement trailer

Offer valid until: February 1st

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The Final Station is a 2D survival game in which we’ll ride a train through a sinking world full of zombies. Along the way, we’ll have to stop and explore cities and landscapes to collect enough resources to repair the train and for our own survival. We meet other survivors and can decide whether we want to help them and take them with us or rather leave them behind and maybe even rob them. All options have their advantages and disadvantages, because while fellow passengers can support us, our supplies are tight. We also rarely find ammunition for our firearms, which is why every fight on our expeditions should be carefully considered.

The Final Station instead of €14.99 now for €3.74 in the Nintendo eShop

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Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars

Immortal Realms - The Might + Magic: Heroes with vampires in the trailer






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Immortal Realms – The Might & Magic: Heroes with vampires in the trailer

Offer valid until: January 26th

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With Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars you get a complex turn-based strategy game in the style of a civilization, mixed with elements of a card game that provide additional depth in the fights. Three vampire clans fight for supremacy: while the Dracul command human subjects and the Nosfernus command armies of the undead, the Moroia rely on magic and use it to summon powerful monsters. As usual in the genre, we have to manage our empire, raise troops and go into battle. In addition to management and strategy, Immortal Realms also attaches great importance to an exciting story and a mysterious game world in which there is a lot to discover.

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Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars instead of €39.99 now for €13.99 in the Nintendo eShop

Panzer Dragoon Remake

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Panzer Dragoon: Remake - This is the remake of the 1995 classic






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Panzer Dragoon: Remake – This is the remake of the 1995 classic

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Offer valid until: February 1st

You can now get the remake of the classic Panzer Dragoon, originally released for Sega Saturn, for only €2.49. Graphically, this offers strong improvements, but little has changed in terms of gameplay: we fly on a dragon through the diverse landscapes of a fantasy world and shoot down masses of enemies on the ground and in the air, including flying battleships, Esports Extrasntic sandworms and giant dragonflies . The dragon finds its way on its own, so we can focus on firing. What may sound simple at first quickly becomes challenging when enemies attack us from all directions.

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Panzer Dragoon Remake instead of €24.99 now for €2.49 in the Nintendo eShop

My Brother Rabbit

My Brother Rabbit features beautiful graphics and a heartwarming story.






My Brother Rabbit features beautiful graphics and a heartwarming story.

Offer valid until: February 1st

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With a price of just €1.49, My Brother Rabbit is one of the cheapest bargains currently available in the Nintendo eShop. It is an adventure that offers a heartwarming story in addition to a beautiful, fairytale-like drawing style and cute animations: A boy flees with his seriously ill sister into a fantasy world in which a rabbit has to travel through five mysterious countries to find a cure to find a flower for his girlfriend. Among other things, he encounters robot mooses, flying baobab trees and melting clocks. In order to advance he must solve numerous puzzles that are often clever but never frustratingly difficult.

My Brother Rabbit instead of €14.99 now for €1.49 in the Nintendo eShop

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