Nintendo Switch: Current Sale Highlights in the eShop (KW20)

Nintendo Switch: Current Sale Highlights in the eShop (KW20)

Nintendo Switch

While the Switch is currently not that easy to get due to the ongoing semiconductor problem, the Japanese company Nintendo is still doing better than ever - as the recently released business figures show. This is not least due to the fact that thousands of games have been published for the Switch since the console was released in March 2017. This includes tons of great indies, ports, AAA titles, remasters, remakes and many more games. All releases are available for download in the digital shop of the hybrid console - and currently many games are again reduced in price, in some cases significantly!

Also interesting: the Nintendo Switch 2021 release list - these players will be released this year!

Over 700 Switch games reduced!

In order not to lose the overview in the opaque sale jungle, you will find here again a brand new and updated list of the currently most promising bargains from the eShop, which are reduced in price. For some games you will find links to previews, tests, news, podcasts, videos and other posts with further information so that you can get an even better picture of the games. Because: Of course, you don't want to invest your money incorrectly, even with discounted games! Or?

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The most exciting switch deals

You will always find the sale and normal price in brackets for all games. At this point a little note: The titles listed here have just been reduced at the time this article was published. In a few days, other games may have been discounted in the meantime. That's why there's a new, updated list of bargain highlights every week. You can also find all deals in the eShop here.

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Slima-san (€ 3.59 instead of € 11.99) State of Mind (€ 1.99 instead of € 19.99) Syberia (€ 2.98 instead of € 14.90) Syberia 3 (€ 9.99 instead of € 49.99) Terraria (€ 14.99 instead of € 29.99 ) In our technology guide you will also find our Nintendo Switch test with lots of information about the console, the best games and price comparison tables.

Introducing Xylophone, From The Studio That Brought You Nintendo Switch's Calculator


Well, this is getting out of hand.

Last week, Sabec launched Calculator for Nintendo Switch. The $10 app (which literally is a calculator, by the way) immediately achieved meme status, with Switch owners having far too much fun sharing their reviews, and some even jokingly performing speedruns.

Now, you'll be pleased to know that the studio's back for more, launching Xylophone just one week after last week's multiplication hit. 'Xylophone is the fun way for anyone to start learning to play the Xylophone,' the eShop listing reads. 'Turn your Nintendo Switch into a Xylophone and learn to play anywhere, anytime.'

Xylophone comes with nine songs included (the coloured bars light up to show you which notes you need to hit), and also boasts a 'free play mode' where you can play your xylophone however you like. 'Maybe after enough practice learning, you can play one of the included songs without any assistance and amaze your family and friends,' the listing helpfully suggests!

If this all looks a bit familiar, by the way, that's because it is. Xylophone appears to be a reskin of Piano, another Sabec release that includes the exact same nine songs in an identical layout.

Just like Calculator, Xylophone will cost $9.99 / £8.09. It launches tomorrow, so you'll be able to download it for yourself very soon indeed – who knows, Sabec might be really onto something here.

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