The big Black Friday sale is now underway on Nintendo eShop. Until November 30, you can get over 1,000 Nintendo Switch games for less, including great first-party titles and exclusive hits. Some of them are discounted for the first time in the Nintendo eShop. In this article, we briefly present some of the highlights. If you prefer to browse the rich selection of special offers yourself, you can find them here:
Nintendo eShop Black Friday Sale: Over 1,000 Nintendo Switch deals
Super Mario Odyssey
Super Mario Odyssey – Test video of the hit Jump&Run for Nintendo Switch
Super Mario Odyssey is one of the biggest blockbuster exclusives and critical favorites for Nintendo Switch. In our GamePro review the 3D platformer scored an impressive 95 points. The platform game is in the tradition of classics like Super Mario 64 or Super Mario Galaxy, but brings many new ideas. One of the most spectacular is the throwing of his Cappy hat, which lets Mario take control of other characters, allowing for creative approaches and adding even more variety to the game. Plus, Super Mario Odyssey shines again with excellent level design. There are even 2D sections added from time to time, conjuring up nostalgic memories of the series’ origins.
Super Mario Odyssey instead of € 59.99 now for €39.99 in Nintendo eShop
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
The Witcher 3 on Switch – A technical feat
The Witcher 3 is still considered the benchmark against which other open-world role-playing games should be measured. The reason for this is not only the huge but detailed and authentic game world or the graphics, which still look pretty by today’s standards. Excellently written quests, the course of which can change significantly depending on our decisions, should have contributed a lot to the success. Gameplay-wise, The Witcher 3 features a mix of melee combat, exploration, and fast-paced detective gameplay. As wizards, our mission is to hunt monsters, which we must first track down using our particularly acute senses.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt instead of € 39.99 now for €19.99 in Nintendo eShop
Metroid Dread – Trailer shows scenes from the game
Metroid Dread is cheaper for the first time on the Nintendo eShop. The latest game in the famous series returns to its origins and relies on traditional 2D levels despite the 3D graphics. The story follows on from Metroid Fusion released in 2002. We once again embody the bounty hunter Samus Aran, who this time must track down the origin of a mysterious message on the planet ZDR and, among other things, face robots hostile research. Since Samus brings back her old skills, fans of the predecessors will quickly feel at home. She also learns many new tricks as the game progresses. If you want to try it out first, you can find a free demo in Nintendo eShop.
Metroid Dread instead of € 59.99 now for €39.99 in Nintendo eShop
Ori and the Will of the Wisps
Ori and the Will of the Wisps in the trailer
Like its predecessor Ori and the Blind Forest, Ori and the Will of the Wisps is a cute 2D action platformer that fascinates with its artistic fairytale design. This time too, an atmospheric soundtrack and a touching story are offered. In the latter, the owl Ku plays a major role alongside the forest spirit Ori. The two crash together on a strange area inhabited by mysterious wisps and are separated in the process. With Ori, we now go in search of Ku, which is not easy for us due to fierce battles and a demanding platform. In between, a few puzzles provide a bit of relaxation.
Ori and the Will of the Wisps instead of €29.99 now for €10.19 in Nintendo eShop
Gray – Reveal trailer shows a beautiful fairy tale world without dangers
GRIS is a mix of adventure, platformer and exploration game in which we control the protagonist through a beautifully drawn and surreal 2D world. At first it still looks quite gray and desolate, but through our actions we gradually bring the colors back. The singing of the main character, which can bring animals and plants back to life, helps us do this. Playfully, GRIS is rather simple, you can’t die while traveling. The story offers depth, which deals with very serious topics such as loss and loneliness and is told only through the images without any text. So it’s more of an emotional experience than a demanding gameplay.
GRAY instead of € 16.99 now for €4.24 in Nintendo eShop
Subnautica: below zero
Subnautica: Below Zero – Survival Hit Test Video
In the Under Zero sequel to the survival hit Subnautica, we once again have to build an underwater base on the hostile planet 4546B. This time, however, it takes us to icy regions, so we not only have to ensure enough food, clean water and breathable air, but also always keep an eye on our body temperature, which makes the survival even more difficult. In addition, the exploration of our mysterious environment again plays a major role, in which we encounter impressive alien structures and huge and sometimes dangerous creatures. You can count on about 20 hours of playing time until the end of the exciting story.
Subnautica: Under Zero instead of €29.99 now for €14.99 in Nintendo eShop
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity – Trailer Shows Off Action-Packed Gameplay
Like the first installment in the series, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity blends the game world of the Zelda series with Dynasty Warrior-style hack and slash gameplay. Thus, you mow down entire hordes of opponents with the help of many spectacularly staged special abilities. You have at your disposal 20 playable characters from the Zelda universe, each with their own weapons and attacks. While Link naturally resorts to sword and bow, Queen Urbosa, for example, uses electric attacks. Incidentally, the purchase is also worthwhile for Zelda fans because the story before Breath of the Wild is told here. You can find a free demo in the Nintendo eShop.
Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity instead of € 59.99 now for €39.99 in Nintendo eShop
Disco Elysium – The Final Cut
Disco Elysium: Final Cut Edition launch trailer showcases new features and quests
Disco Elysium is one of the biggest independent hits of recent years. The creative role-play puts us in the shoes of an abandoned and rather confused detective tasked with solving serious crimes in the world of Elysium (which is very reminiscent of 20th century Earth). When solving our cases, we always have many different approaches available to us, depending on the stats we have increased in complex character development. Moreover, Disco Elysium inspires with its exciting story and perfectly written dialogues. Along with various minor improvements, the final cut also features additional missions and fully voiced dialogue, but only in English.
Disco Elysium – The Final Cut instead of € 39.99 now for €17.99 in Nintendo eShop
The gardens between
The Gardens Between – Announcement Trailer Shows Surreal Puzzle Adventure Game World
The colorful adventure The Gardens Between revolves around girl Arina and boy Frendt, who are thrown together with their tree house into a strange, alien world in which parts of the landscape are made up of huge everyday objects such as sofas, televisions or egg cartons. The gameplay is just as atypical as the game world: you don’t directly control the two characters, but you manipulate time. This way we ensure that Arina and Frendt do the right things at the right time to solve the many mysteries in their path. A touching story about friendship is also told throughout the adventure.
Les Jardins Entre instead of €19.99 now for €3.99 in Nintendo eShop
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