Nintendo Switch: Current Sale Highlights in the eShop (KW19)

Nintendo Switch: Current Sale Highlights in the eShop (KW19)

Nintendo Switch

Thousands of games have already appeared for the Nintendo Switch. The hybrid console is well on the way to cracking 100 million units sold, as the recently published figures show - a huge success for the Japanese company! Essential for the great success are the countless great indies, remakes, remasters, exclusives, ports, AAA titles and many other games for the Switch. All games are available for digital purchase in the Switch eShop, many games are currently being reduced in price.

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Fast 900 Switch games reduced

In order not to lose track of the gigantic jungle of reduced titles, this week there is again a clear list of the most exciting bargains from the sale. For some games, previews, reviews, videos, podcasts, news and other articles are linked with further information so that you can get an even more precise picture of the titles you are interested in. Because: Even with reduced games, the purchase must of course be carefully considered!

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The best switch deals

For all games, the currently discounted and the normal price are always shown in brackets. A note on this: The games listed here are those that were currently being reduced in price at the time this article was published. If you read this overview later, other titles may have been on sale in the meantime. That's why we publish a new and updated list every week. You can also find all deals in the eShop here.

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'Nintendo Switch Has Games' - And Now It Has An Expensive Calculator, Too

Nintendo Switch Calculator

As you're no doubt aware, the Nintendo Switch eShop gets a new boatload of titles to choose from with every passing week. Naturally, each week's new arrivals vary in genre, budget, and quality (keep an eye on our eShop Selects series for the best of the latter), but this week sees something a little different appearing on the store. That's right, Nintendo Switch is getting a calculator.

It's (rather effectively) called Calculator and is literally a calculator – you know, for calculating. How many times will we say calculator in this article? Calculator.

It launches tomorrow, 12th May, and costs a rather steep £8.09. We say steep because you can buy a real scientific calculator for considerably less than that, or – as we imagine most of us do these days – just use your computer or phone for free. Still, it's a thing that's happening, and here's the official eShop description to prove it:

'A scientific calculator with a clear easy-to-read multi-line display, which should help with those not-so-easy-to-do maths problems.

'Calculator has an appealing modern and practical design, sure to be popular with all students and engineers.'

It's 'sure to be popular with all students and engineers,' so will you be buying this when it launches on the eShop tomorrow? Sum up your thoughts in the comments below.

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