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Nintendo eShop Cyber Deals Sale, Including 30% off Zelda BOW, Mario Odyssey and More

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Nintendo has a bunch of decent deals on first party titles and other in their 'Cyber Sale'. Thanks as always to Vooks.net for organising and listing these deals:

Switch

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – $62.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 29/11)
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Expansion Pass – $22.50 (Usually $30, ends 29/11)
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Combo Pack – $85.45 (Usually $119.95, ends 29/11)
Super Mario Odyssey – $53.30 (Usually $79.95, ends 29/11)
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze – $53.30 (Usually $79.95, ends 29/11)
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 – $59.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 29/11)
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Expansion Pass – $33.75 (Usually $45.00, ends 29/11)
Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition – $53.30 (Usually $79.95, ends 29/11)
Fire Emblem Warriors – $59.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 29/11)
Fire Emblem Warriors Season Pass – $21 (Usually $30, ends 29/11)
Dragon Quest Builders – $47.95 (Usually $79.95, ends 29/11)
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – $53.30 (Usually $79.95, ends 29/11)
Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD – $29.24 (Usually $44.95, ends 29/11)
South Park: The Fractured But Whole – $53.97 (Usually $89.95, ends 29/11)
South Park: The Fractured But Whole Season Pass – $26.97 (Usually $44.95, ends 29/11)
South Park: The Fractured But Whole Gold Edition – $68.97 (Usually $114.95, ends 29/11)
South Park: The Stick of Truth – $35.97 (Usually $59.95, ends 29/11)
Lost Sphear – $27.98 (Usually $69.95, ends 29/11)
Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle – Gold Edition – $53.97 (Usually $89.95, ends 29/11)
Human: Fall Flat (Curve Digital) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 3/12)
Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove (Yacht Club Games) – $26.00 (Usually $32.50, ends 28/11)
Steamworld Dig 2 (Image & Form) – $14.99 (Usually $29.99, ends 28/11)
The Jackbox Party Pack 5 (Jackbox Games) – $27.30 (Usually $39.00, ends 29/11)
Enter The Gungeon (Devolver Digital) – $8.75 (Usually $17.50, ends 29/11)
Swap This! (Two Tribes Publishing) – $1.49 (Usually $1.80, ends 2/12)
Full Metal Furies (Cellar Door Games) – $17.24 (Usually $22.99, ends 25/11)
The Messenger (Devolver Digital) – $22.50 (Usually $30.00, ends 28/11)
FIFA 19 (Electronic Arts) – $60.29 (Usually $89.99, ends 29/11)
Steamworld Dig (Image & Form) – $7.50 (Usually $15.00, ends 28/11)
Circle of Sumo (Belka) – $10.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 25/11)
Hyper Light Drifter – Special Edition (Abylight) – $21.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 29/11)
Wild Guns Reloaded (Natsume Inc) – $15.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 26/11)
Drawful 2 (Jackbox GameS) – $6.49 (Usually $12.00, ends 27/11)
No Heroes Here (Mad Mimc) – $7.65 (Usually $22.50, ends 26/11)
The Way Remastered (Sonka) – $7.19 (Usually $23.99, ends 7/12)
Broforce (Devolver Digital) – $15.75 (Usually $22.50, ends 29/11)
Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment (Yacht Club Games) – $10.40 (Usually $13.00, ends 28/11)
Earthworms (SONKA) – $4.37 (Usually $12.49, ends 7/12)
VOEZ (Flyhigh Works) – $18.85 (Usually $27.00, ends 29/11)
Roarr! Jurassic Edition (Klabatar) – $10.80 (Usually $12.00, ends 29/11)
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap (DotEmu) – $13.00 (Usually $26.00, ends 29/11)
KAMIKO (Flyhigh Works) – $3.25 (Usually $6.50, ends 29/11)
Reigns: Kings & Queens (Devolver Digital) – $8.40 (Usually $12.00, ends 29/11)
Minit (Devolver Digital) – $10.05 (Usually $15.00, ends 29/11)
Crimsonland (10tons) – $9.97 (Usually $19.95, ends 27/11)
Detective Gallo (MixedBag) – $13.00 (Usually $20.00, ends 3/12)
Teddy the Wandered: Kayaking (Forever Entertainment) – $13.50 (Usually $15.00, ends 29/11)
Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf (Forge Reply) – $11.49 (Usually $22.99, ends 27/11)
Assault Gunners HD Edition (Marvelous Europe) – $10.50 (Usually $15.00, ends 27/11)
Pinstripe (Serenity Forge) – $16.31 (Usually $21.75, ends 3/12)
Manual Samuel (Curve Digital) – $7.50 (Usually $15.00, ends 29/11)
King Oddball (10tons) – $1.74 (Usually $6.99, ends 27/11)
Goetia (Forever Entertainment) – $1.65 (Usually $15.00, ends 29/11)
Neverout (Gamedust) – $7.19 (Usually $11.99, ends 30/11)
Spelunker Party! (Square Enix) – $23.49 (Usually $46.99, ends 28/11)
Snake Pass (Sumo Digital) – $10.40 (Usually $26.00, ends 29/11)
GoNNER (Raw Fury) – $6.49 (Usually $12.99, ends 29/11)
Beach Buggy Racing (Vector Unit) – $5.99 (Usually $14.99, ends 29/11)
Riptide GP: Renegade (Vector Unit) – $5.99 (Usually $14.99, ends 29/11)
Velocity 2X (Curve Digital) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 29/11)
Ben 10 (Outright Games) – $27.98 (Usually $69.95, ends 26/11
Sausage Sports Club (Luckshot Games) – $15.60 (Usually $19.50, ends 27/11)
Dungeon Rushers (Plug In Digital) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 29/11)
Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs – Royal Edition (Crunching Koalas) – $31.99 (Usually $39.99, ends 29/11)
VSR: Void Space Racing (SONKA) – $1.54 (Usually $15.49, ends 14/12)
NOT A HERO: SUPER SNAZZY EDITION (Devolver Digital) – $13.06 (Usually $19.50, ends 29/11)
Behind The Screen (COSEN) – $10.80 (Usually $13.50, ends 6/12)
Lanota (Flyhigh Works) – $18.79 (Usually $26.95, ends 29/11)
Time Carnage (Wales Interactive) – $13.65 (Usually $19.50, ends 6/12)
forma.8 (MixedBag) – $5.20 (Usually $13.00, ends 29/11)
Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today (BLG-Publishing) – $14.62 (Usually $22.50, ends 26/11)
Hello Kitty Kruiserswith Sanrio Friends (Rising Star Games) – $18.75 (Usually $37.50, ends 29/11)
Qbik (Forever Entertainment) – $1.57 (Usually $7.50, ends 29/11)
Chicken Assassin: Reloaded (Akupara Games) – $8.79 (Usually $10.99, ends 29/11)
Another World (DotEmu) – $10.50 (Usually $15.00, 29/11)
Joggernauts (Graffiti Games) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 29/11)
Conga Master Party! (Rising Star Games) – $8.10 (Usually $13.50, ends 29/11)
Ninja Shodown (Rising Star Games) – $11.70 (Usually $19.50, ends 29/11)
88 Heroes – 98 Heroes Edition (Rising Star Games) – $22.50 (Usually $45.00, ends 29/11)
Heroes of Monkey Tavern (Monkey Stories) – $7.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 29/11)
Uurnog Uurnlimited (Raw Fury) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 29/11)
Waking Violet (MixedBag) – $4.99 (Usually $9.99, ends 29/11)
Dragon Sinker (KEMCO) – $15.60 (Usually $19.50, ends 6/12)
Rogue Aces (Curve Digital) – $9.75 (Usually $19.50, ends 29/11)
Gekido Kintaro’s Revenger (Naps Teams) – $10.39 (Usually $14.85, ends 6/12)
Figment (Bedtime Digital) – $19.43 (Usually $29.00, ends 29/11)
Survive! MR.CUBE (Intagames) – $15.75 (Usually $22.50, ends 7/12)
Spheroids (Eclipse Games) – $8.99 (Usually $11.99, ends 10/12)
Defoliaton (COSEN) – $10.80 (Usually $13.50, ends 6/12)
Doughlings: Arcade (HERO CONCEPT) – $8.40 (Usually $10.50, ends 27/11)
Cycle 28 (Pill Bug Interactive) – $5.04 (Usually $8.40, ends 29/11)

3DS

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D – $20.95
Monster Hunter Stories – $29.95
Monster Hunter Generations – $29.95
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate – $29.95
Dragon Quest 7 – $41.95
Xenoblade Chronicles 3D (N3DS Only) – $39.95
Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse – $24.98

Wii U

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Nintendo) – $62.95 (Usually $89.95)
Super Mario Maker (Nintendo) – $48.95 (Usually $69.95)
Xenoblade Chronicles X (Nintendo) – $62.95 (Usually $89.95)

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    Damn. Was hoping dead cells would be in sale

    But might pick up Skyrim tho for portable as I've got no time for it at home due to RDR2

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    No deal for Overcooked :(

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    Nothing on Stardew Valley or Golf Story ? ;(

  • +3 votes

    I’ve been waiting for Stardew Valley forever.
    The amount of hours I would have clocked up for the small cost would have been amazing already.

    But I’m stubborn.

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    Mario Rabbids Gold slightly cheaper on US store.

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    The US/Canada sale has a lot more hot titles. Apparently you just need to make another user profile on your Switch set to that region and download with it.

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      Does it get software updates once you switch back to your main account? do you need to be in the right account to play the games?

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      To buy games, you need to buy gift cards online from that region, as PayPal or debit cards from Australia don't work. Haven't tried credit cards though.

  • +5 votes

    Any good deals on Nintendo e-shop vouchers :)

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    Decent price for Odyssey. Same as the current Amazon flash sale. Now, digital for convenience or physical for collection/resale?

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      Went for physical :) normally only get multiplayer games digital for convenience but think about the coins buying digital!

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        You can get coins from the physical too. Possibly a better deal because you get the coins based on the eshop price so wait until the sale is over to claim it?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks, thanks. Can't find Octopath Traveler. :(

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    No Splatoon Octo Expansion (´・ω・`)

  • +2 votes

    These deals suck compared to US store

    • +4 votes

      The US store deals have tax added at checkout, whereas the AU store has tax included in the price. The deals end up being much the same.

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        It's not the deals, it's the games missing.

        US had Okami, dead cells, Celeste etc

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          Yeah fair enough, the same deals usually come to each region eventually though, just at different times. Might be we get Dead Cells and Okami around Christmas and the US gets something else.

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        Setting up the region to Alaska would result in a tax free purchase.

        You’re welcome 😊

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    Lost Sphear massive price drop.

    Anyone played?

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      You can try the free demo from the eShop.

      I gave it a go and it wasn't for me. Online ratings are about 6/10 and I don't like RPGs enough to play the mediocre ones.

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      You can try the free demo from the eShop.

      I gave it a go and it wasn't for me. Online ratings are about 6/10 and I don't like RPGs enough to play the mediocre ones.

  • +2 votes

    Zelda DLC is a no brainer. Got that for $25.50 at the time.

    Wish the Octo Expansion was on sale.

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      Picking up the Zelda DLC myself, but not so sure about Octo even if it is on sale… the game is a bit too easy and there isn't much reward for the repetitive grind (I appreciate it's a jrpg, but then if I'm going to grind I'll try Ragnarok M).

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    Man, I'm kinda torn on this. Does anyone know if these kind of deals repeat themselves around Christmas/New Years? I wanted to snag that Fire Emblem Warriors and Xenoblade 2 DLC, but I've spent far too much already this month on computer components.

    Ugh, this is the life of an Ozbargainer, I guess.

    • +1 vote

      I got fire emblem warriors and it was a really crap experience. There's blocky animations and the attacks aren't varied. There's not a lot of focus on anything other than just button mashing and playing rock paper scissors with the enemy (sword beats axe, axe beats spear, spear beats sword). The hero movements feel cheap and animated by a uni student.
      The fighting zones feel simplistic and the terrain doesn't play any part in it.

      Definitely no where near god of war hack and slash quality or even kingdom hearts action. Felt very much like a B-Grade game trying to cash in on the Fire Emblem name, which I fell victim to.

      Also the sales will repeat themselves but I'm not sure to the extent of 30%, or if it's even the same game selection.

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      They do occur regularly (2 or 3 times a year), and you can prepare for them by buying eshop cards when they're discounted.

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        Hasn't been an eshop card sale in ages. Last one was the 10% at Big W. EB's last 15% was last year in July or so.

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    If you're after Stick of Truth it's equivalent to $21 on the Canadian eShop. Some other bargains on the Canadian store too that aren't in ours, and it's pretty great because our dollars are in line.

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    Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is a fantastic example of a modern remaster of an old 8bit side-scrolling platformer game.

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    NA & UK got the better sale IMO, especially with regards to 3DS titles.

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    I've been waiting for the Zelda expansion pack to come on sale :)

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    Steamworld Dig 2 seems pretty good based on reviews: 10/10 Steam, 8.8/10 IGN, 9/10 Gamespot.

    Plus 50% Off on original price.

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    Is this it (including the Cyber Monday sale)?

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    Just bought a switch and was thinking if I should buy Super Mario Odyssey now or wait? The eShop seems to have the best price at the moment, do they normally have Christmas / Boxing Day sales on?

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      The eshop has semi-regular sales (2 or 3 a year) but they're always the same discount amount (like this one).

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