Calling all gamers! It's saving season and Nintendo Switch games are on a huge sale right now, with so many digital versions selling for under $1. Some of the most popular franchises including Harry Potter, Crash Bandicoot, and Spyro have insanely cheap prices and will give you the best video game nostalgia.
If you own the Nintendo Switch or the new Nintendo Switch Lite, you may be hooked on Animal Crossing right now.
But in between waiting for your orange trees to blossom, why not pick up a new game to get into?
According to Nintendo Life, the Huge Spring Sale includes over 300 games at slashed prices "with discounts of up to 80%" on the eShop that you can access from your Switch device.
Nintendo Life writes that the sale will last until April 19, so you have some time to try out demos and purchase games that tickle your fancy.
Right now, you can get your hands on digital versions of games like Classic Games Collection Vol. 1, Flowlines VS, Seeders Puzzle Reboot, The Child's Sight, and Shut Eye all for less than $1.
None of those titles catch your eye? More games like The Mahjong Huntress, Adrenaline Rush - Miami Drive, Sparkle 3 Genesis, Mr Blaster, MEMBRANE, Whipseey and the Lost Atlas, Hyperide: Vector Raid, and Ludomania are also selling for a few nickles and dimes.
One of the cheapest you can find in the shop is called Conduct TOGETHER! selling for only $0.01!
Most of the games originally retailed for about $25 but the discounts down to $1 are pretty steep.
There's also quite a number of games under $5 including Pocket Mini Golf for $1.24 and Draw a Stickman: EPIC 2 and Fishing Universe Simulator both for $1.19.
Plus, Nintendo marked down many household name classics.
You can pretend to be a game show contestant with Jeopardy! for $10.79 or play Sonic The Hedgehog for $4.49. Have some more throwback fun with Spyro Reignited Trilogy and Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, both selling for about half off at $27.49.
Get your dance moves on with Just Dance 2020 for $24.99 and build with the LEGO Harry Potter Collection for just $23.99, marking a 60% sale from its original price.
Other discounted popular games include FIFA 20, Mortal Kombat 11, and Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 that are all selling at steep discounts.
The Nintendo eShop features almost 300 games with demos available for you to try before you buy. Most of those are also on a huge sale so it won't put a big dent in your wallet if you totally fall in love.
You can browse the full list of available Switch games on Nintendo's website.
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