Over 100 Switch titles are discounted in Nintendo’s summer sale

Stock up on first- and third-party downloads.
Marc DeAngelis
M. DeAngelis|06.11.20

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First-party Nintendo Switch games don’t go on sale often, but when they do, it’s usually worth checking out. The company’s annual summer sale is now running, and it includes first-party titles featuring characters like Mario, Donkey Kong and Kirby. There are also plenty of discounted third-party games from publishers like Bandai Namco, Devolver Digital and Ubisoft. The sale prices are available on Nintendo’s eShop, as well as on Best Buy and Amazon.

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Leading the sale, of course, are Nintendo’s own games like Super Mario Party, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze and Kirby Star Allies. Most of these first-party games are down from $60 to $42, which is just a few dollars more than their lowest prices ever, according to DekuDeals.

As for third-party games, there’s plenty to choose from. Gris, from Devolver Digital, is half off at $8.49, and Katamari Damacy Reroll is just $10. If RPGs are more your style, Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch, Dragon Quest XI S, Dark Souls Remastered and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt are all on sale, too. Several Resident Evil games are on sale -- including the excellent Resident Evil 4 -- so you can play some morbidly fitting games about a zombie outbreak while you’re shut in this summer.

While third-party Switch games do go on sale often, they’re usually not this deeply discounted. Plus, first-party games rarely go on sale. So if you have the space on your Switch or microSD card, now might be a good time to stock up on digital downloads.

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