[Switch] Nintendo eShop Summer Sale: BOTW Expansion Pass $21, Diablo III $59.95, Splatoon 2 DLC $21, Bomberman R $31.5 & more

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As always, massive thanks to Vooks for their efforts every week.
Apologies in advance for the massive list…
Vooks' Sale Link

Some highlights/worthwhile games:
* LoZ: Breath of the Wild DLC
* Castlevania Collection
* South Park: TFBH
* Sega Ages classics collections
* Katamari Damacy Reroll
* Mark of the Ninja Remastered
* Overcooked
* Owlboy
* various Resident Evil titles
* Steamworld titles (Dig, Dig 2, Heist)
* Yoku's Island Express

Most in this sale end on 25/7/2019, but some go for a fortnight further (8/8/2019).

Note: Vooks also has PC links for 99% of the listings, if you want to buy online rather than through the console.


✚ 20XX (Batterystaple) – $11.49 (Usually $22.99, ends 25/07)
✚ 60 Seconds! (Robot Gentleman) – $3.75 (Usually $15.00, ends 27/07)
✚ A Robot Named Fight (Hitcents) – $2.99 (Usually $16.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Adventures of Bertram Fiddle Episode 2: A Bleaker Predicklement (Chorus Worldwide Games) – $6.00 (Usually $12.00, ends 24/07)
✚ Aegis Defenders (Humble Bundle) – $11.97 (Usually $23.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Among the Sleep – Enhanced Edition (Soedesco) – $33.99 (Usually $42.99, ends 22/07)
✚ ANIMUS (TROOOZE) – $9.09 (Usually $12.99, ends 11/08)
✚ AQUA KITTY UDX (Tikipod) – $5.49 (Usually $10.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Aragami – Shadow Edition (Merge Games) – $31.49 (Usually $44.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Art of Balance (Shin’en Multimedia) – $8.99 (Usually $13.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Assassin’s Creed® III Remastered (Ubisoft) – $41.97 (Usually $69.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Azure Saga: Pathfinder DELUXE Edition (Toge Productions) – $9.45 (Usually $13.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Baba Is You (Hempuli) – $13.12 (Usually $18.75, ends 25/07)
✚ Balance Blox (EntwicklerX) – $2.25 (Usually $4.50, ends 20/07)
✚ Battle Princess Madelyn (Causal Bit Games) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Battle Supremacy (Atypical Games) – $7.65 (Usually $12.75, ends 25/07)
✚ BATTLESHIP (Marmalade Game Studio) – $26.99 (Usually $29.99, ends 23/07)
✚ Beach Buggy Racing (Vector Unit) – $7.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Ben 10 (Outright Games) – $18.00 (Usually $45.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Big Buck Hunter Arcade (MADCOW) – $13.12 (Usually $52.50, ends 31/07)
✚ Bloody Zombies (nDreams) – $7.99 (Usually $19.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Bombing Busters (Sanuk Games) – $7.35 (Usually $10.50, ends 25/07)
✚ BQM -BlockQuest Maker- (Wonderland Kazakiri) – $13.79 (Usually $19.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Bubble Shooter DX (EntwicklerX) – $2.25 (Usually $4.50, ends 20/07)
✚ BUTCHER (Crunching Koalas) – $6.00 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Nintendo) – $41.95 (Usually $59.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Cartoon Network Adventure Time : Pirates of the Enchiridion (Outright Games) – $18.00 (Usually $45.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers (MADCOW) – $11.25 (Usually $45.00, ends 31/07)
✚ Cast of the Seven Godsends (Merge Games) – $1.94 (Usually $19.49, ends 21/07)
✚ Castlevania Anniversary Collection (KONAMI) – $21.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Chicken Assassin: Reloaded (Akupara Games) – $7.69 (Usually $10.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Child of Light® Ultimate Edition (Ubisoft) – $11.98 (Usually $29.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Circle of Sumo (Belka) – $10.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 18/07)
✚ Cities: Skylines – Nintendo Switch™ Edition (ParadoxInteractive) – $36.00 (Usually $60.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Crash Bandicoot™ N. Sane Trilogy (Activision) – $41.95 (Usually $69.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Crayola Scoot (Outright Games) – $13.50 (Usually $45.00, ends 25/07)
✚ DayD: Through Time (8Floor Games) – $7.92 (Usually $13.20, ends 21/07)
✚ Death Road to Canada (Ukiyo Publishing) – $11.97 (Usually $19.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Desert Child (Akupara Games) – $10.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Diablo III: Eternal Collection (Blizzard Entertainment) – $59.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Don’t Starve: Nintendo Switch Edition (Klei Entertainment) – $10.00 (Usually $25.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Don’t Knock Twice (Wales Interactive) – $7.99 (Usually $15.99, ends 25/07)
✚ DRAGON BALL XENOVERSE 2 for Nintendo Switch (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $53.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 25/07)
✚ DRAGON BALL® FighterZ (Bandai Namco) – $51.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Dragon’s Lair Trilogia (Digital Leisure) – $14.00 (Usually $28.00, ends 25/07)
✚ DreamWorks Dragons Dawn of New Riders (Outright Games) – $30.00 (Usually $60.00, ends 25/07)
✚ EA SPORTS™ FIFA 19 (Electronic Arts Inc.) – $29.69 (Usually $89.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Elemental Knights R (WINLIGHT) – $28.31 (Usually $31.46, ends 25/07)
✚ EVERSPACE™ – Stellar Edition (ROCKFISH Games) – $42.00 (Usually $60.00, ends 25/07)
✚ FAST RMX (Shin’en Multimedia) – $18.99 (Usually $27.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Final Light, The Prison (EnjoyUp Games) – $2.10 (Usually $10.50, ends 08/08)
✚ Flashback (Microids) – $9.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Freedom Planet (Marvelous Europe) – $13.50 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Friday the 13th: Killer Puzzle (Blue Wizard Digital) – $12.75 (Usually $25.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Furi (The Game Bakers) – $14.99 (Usually $29.99, ends 25/07)
✚ GALAK-Z: The Void: Deluxe Edition (Golem Entertainment) – $10.50 (Usually $21.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Gear.Club Unlimited (Microids) – $23.98 (Usually $79.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Goetia (Forever Entertainment) – $1.50 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Goosebumps The Game (MADCOW) – $13.12 (Usually $52.50, ends 31/07)
✚ Grid Mania (QubicGames) – $1.49 (Usually $5.99, ends 25/07)
✚ GRIP (Wired Productions) – $38.99 (Usually $59.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander (Smiling Buddha Games LLC) – $16.09 (Usually $22.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Hammerwatch (Blitworks) – $9.75 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Heart&Slash (BLG-Publishing) – $10.50 (Usually $21.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (Ninja Theory) – $31.50 (Usually $45.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Hiragana Pixel Party (SPRINGLOADED) – $8.39 (Usually $11.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Horizon Chase Turbo (AQUIRIS) – $18.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Hotel Dracula (Ultimate Games) – $1.57 (Usually $7.50, ends 15/07)
✚ HOTEL TRANSILVANIA 3: MONSTRUOS AL AGUA (Outright Games) – $18.00 (Usually $45.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Hungry Shark® World (Ubisoft) – $7.47 (Usually $14.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Hunter’s Legacy: Purrfect Edition (Lienzo) – $5.25 (Usually $10.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Immortal Redneck (CremaGames) – $10.20 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Iron Crypticle (Tikipod) – $6.49 (Usually $12.99, ends 25/07)
✚ JCB Pioneer: Mars (Atomicom Limited) – $9.99 (Usually $33.30, ends 31/07)
✚ Jim is Moving Out! (Cinemax, s.r.o.) – $13.99 (Usually $17.99, ends 18/07)
✚ Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf (Forge Reply) – $7.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Jotun: Valhalla Edition (Thunder Lotus Games) – $5.77 (Usually $17.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Just Dance 2018® (Ubisoft) – $14.39 (Usually $89.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Just Dance® 2019 (Ubisoft) – $17.48 (Usually $69.95, ends 25/07)
✚ JYDGE (10tons) – $10.99 (Usually $21.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Katamari Damacy REROLL (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $20.95 (Usually $29.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Kona (Koch Media) – $10.50 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Legendary Fishing (Ubisoft) – $16.48 (Usually $49.95, ends 25/07)
✚ LEGRAND LEGACY: Tale of the Fatebounds (Another Indie Studio) – $18.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Let’s Sing 2019 (Koch Media) – $42.00 (Usually $60.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition (Crunching Koalas) – $6.00 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Little Nightmares™ Complete Edition (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $32.95 (Usually $55.95, ends 25/07)
✚ M.A.C.E. Space Shooter (EntwicklerX) – $3.75 (Usually $7.50, ends 20/07)
✚ MagiCat (Toge Productions) – $1.75 (Usually $7.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Mana Spark (Mana Spark) – $7.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Manticore – Galaxy on Fire (Koch Media) – $15.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Marble Power Blast (EntwicklerX) – $2.25 (Usually $4.50, ends 20/07)
✚ Mario + Rabbids® Kingdom Battle (Ubisoft) – $22.18 (Usually $59.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Mark of the Ninja: Remastered (Klei Entertainment) – $19.50 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Mega Mall Story (Kairosoft) – $12.00 (Usually $15.00, ends 31/07)
✚ Mega Man X Legacy Collection (CAPCOM) – $20.96 (Usually $29.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Mega Man X Legacy Collection 2 (CAPCOM) – $20.96 (Usually $29.95, ends 25/07)
✚ MEMBRANE (Perfect Hat) – $1.56 (Usually $12.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Miles & Kilo (Four Horses) – $2.39 (Usually $11.99, ends 07/08)
✚ Monopoly for Nintendo Switch (Ubisoft) – $14.98 (Usually $59.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Moonfall Ultimate (Wales Interactive) – $9.75 (Usually $19.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Mugsters (Team17) – $9.99 (Usually $19.99, ends 24/07)
✚ Mulaka (Lienzo) – $14.89 (Usually $29.79, ends 25/07)
✚ Mushroom Wars 2 (Zillion Whales) – $19.50 (Usually $30.00, ends 27/07)
✚ MY HERO ONE’S JUSTICE (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $53.95 (Usually $90.99, ends 25/07)
✚ My Lovely Daughter (Toge Productions) – $14.99 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ N++ (NPLUSPLUS) (Metanet Software) – $15.75 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ NAIRI: Tower of Shirin (Another Indie Studio) – $9.00 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ NAMCO MUSEUM™ (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $19.95 (Usually $39.00, ends 25/07)
✚ NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 2 (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $18.45 (Usually $30.95, ends 25/07)
✚ NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 3 Full Burst HD (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $18.45 (Usually $30.95, ends 25/07)
✚ NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM Trilogy (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $46.95 (Usually $79.90, ends 25/07)
✚ NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $18.45 (Usually $30.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet (Application Systems Heidelberg Software GmbH) – $26.99 (Usually $29.99, ends 11/07)
✚ Neon Caves (Force of Habit) – $4.19 (Usually $5.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Nickelodeon Kart Racers (GameMill) – $29.99 (Usually $59.99, ends 31/07)
✚ Nidhogg 2 (Messhof) – $13.50 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Night in the Woods (Finji) – $19.95 (Usually $28.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Nuclien (SPRINGLOADED) – $3.49 (Usually $4.99, ends 25/07)
✚ OCTOPATH TRAVELER (Nintendo) – $59.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 25/07)
✚ OkunoKA (AIV (Ignition Publishing)) – $9.75 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Old Man’s Journey (Broken Rules) – $11.99 (Usually $14.99, ends 25/07)
✚ ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 3 – Deluxe Edition (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $53.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 25/07)
✚ One Piece: Unlimited World Red – Deluxe Edition (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $53.95 (Usually $89.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Out of The Box (Raiser Games) – $12.59 (Usually $17.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Outlast 2 (Red Barrels) – $15.98 (Usually $39.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Outlast: Bundle of Terror (Red Barrels) – $13.38 (Usually $33.45, ends 25/07)
✚ Overcooked: Special Edition (Team17) – $13.00 (Usually $26.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Owlboy (D-pad Studio) – $17.97 (Usually $29.95, ends 25/07)
✚ PAC-MAN™ Championship Edition 2 PLUS (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $18.45 (Usually $30.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Party Golf (Giant Margarita) – $5.62 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ La Pat’ Patrouille En mission ! (Outright Games) – $29.99 (Usually $49.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Perry Pig Jump (EntwicklerX) – $2.25 (Usually $4.50, ends 20/07)
✚ Physical Contact: 2048 (Collavier) – $5.25 (Usually $7.50, ends 31/07)
✚ Physical Contact: Picture Place (Collavier) – $3.99 (Usually $5.70, ends 31/07)
✚ Physical Contact: SPEED (Collavier) – $5.25 (Usually $7.50, ends 31/07)
✚ PixelJunk® Monsters 2 (Spike Chunsoft US) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ PLANET ALPHA (Team17) – $13.50 (Usually $27.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Pocket Rumble (Chucklefish) – $10.50 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Professor Lupo and his Horrible Pets (BEAUTIFUN GAMES SL) – $19.54 (Usually $22.99, ends 17/07)
✚ Project Highrise: Architect’s Edition (KalypsoMediaGroup) – $42.00 (Usually $60.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Puyo Puyo Champions (SEGA) – $7.47 (Usually $14.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Puyo Puyo™ Tetris® (Deep Silver) – $29.99 (Usually $59.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Qbik (Forever Entertainment) – $1.57 (Usually $7.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Radiation Island (Atypical Games) – $9.00 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Rage in Peace (Toge Productions) – $8.99 (Usually $18.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Rapala Fishing Pro Series (Game Mill) – $13.12 (Usually $52.50, ends 31/07)
✚ Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition (Ubisoft) – $14.98 (Usually $59.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs – Royal Edition (Crunching Koalas) – $23.99 (Usually $39.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Resident Evil (CAPCOM) – $26.36 (Usually $39.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Resident Evil 0 (CAPCOM) – $26.36 (Usually $39.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Resident Evil 4 (CAPCOM) – $26.36 (Usually $39.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Resident Evil Révelations (CAPCOM) – $14.97 (Usually $24.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Resident Evil Revelations 2 (CAPCOM) – $18.57 (Usually $30.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Reverie: Sweet As Edition (Rainbite) – $13.39 (Usually $19.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Riptide GP: Renegade (Vector Unit) – $7.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 25/07)
✚ RISK: The Game of Global Domination (Ubisoft) – $11.98 (Usually $29.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Road Redemption (Tripwire Interactive) – $21.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ ROCK BOSHERS DX: Director’s Cut (Tikipod) – $3.60 (Usually $9.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Rock of Ages 2: Bigger & Boulder™ (SEGA) – $17.49 (Usually $24.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Runbow (Headup Games) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ SAINTS ROW®: THE THIRD™ – THE FULL PACKAGE (Koch Media) – $41.96 (Usually $59.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Geheimakte Tunguska (Koch Media) – $15.75 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ SEGA AGES Alex Kidd in Miracle World (SEGA) – $7.33 (Usually $10.95, ends 25/07)
✚ SEGA AGES Out Run (SEGA) – $7.33 (Usually $10.95, ends 25/07)
✚ SEGA AGES Phantasy Star (SEGA) – $7.33 (Usually $10.95, ends 25/07)
✚ SEGA AGES Sonic The Hedgehog (SEGA) – $7.33 (Usually $10.95, ends 25/07)
✚ SEGA AGES Thunder Force IV (SEGA ) – $7.33 (Usually $10.95, ends 25/07)
✚ SEGA® Mega Drive Classics™ (SEGA EUR) – $40.16 (Usually $59.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Shadow Fight 2 (Nekki) – $15.00 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ She and the Light Bearer (Toge Productions) – $10.49 (Usually $14.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Sheltered (Team17) – $15.07 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Shining Resonance Refrain (SEGA) – $39.97 (Usually $79.95, ends 25/07)
✚ SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption (Another Indie Studio) – $17.10 (Usually $28.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Skulls of the Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition (Golem Entertainment) – $15.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 12/07)
✚ Sky Gamblers – Afterburner (Atypical Games) – $15.30 (Usually $25.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Sky Gamblers: Storm Raiders (Atypical Games) – $9.00 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Sky Rogue (Fractal Phase) – $13.49 (Usually $26.99, ends 25/07)
✚ SKYHILL (Klabater) – $3.00 (Usually $7.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Snow Battle Princess Sayuki (Ninja Games Japan) – $11.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 01/08)
✚ South Park™: The Fractured But Whole (Ubisoft) – $22.48 (Usually $89.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Space Lift Danger Panic! (SPRINGLOADED) – $1.72 (Usually $6.90, ends 25/07)
✚ Sparkle 2 (10tons) – $4.99 (Usually $9.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Spencer (EntwicklerX) – $3.15 (Usually $10.50, ends 20/07)
✚ Spheroids (Eclipse Games) – $2.99 (Usually $11.99, ends 29/07)
✚ Splatoon 2 (Nintendo) – $53.30 (Usually $79.95, ends 29/07)
✚ Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion (Nintendo) – $21.00 (Usually $30, ends 29/07)
✚ Sports Party (Ubisoft) – $12.48 (Usually $49.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Spot The Differences: Party! (Sanuk Games) – $5.25 (Usually $7.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Squids Odyssey (The Game Bakers) – $7.87 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ SteamWorld Dig (Image & Form) – $4.50 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ SteamWorld Dig 2 (Image & Form Games) – $14.99 (Usually $29.99, ends 25/07)
✚ SteamWorld Heist: Ultimate Edition (Image & Form) – $8.99 (Usually $29.99, ends 25/07)
✚ STEINS;GATE ELITE (Koch Media) – $45.00 (Usually $90.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Stellar Interface (Imagination Overflow) – $13.65 (Usually $19.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Streets of Red – Devil’s Dare Deluxe (Secret Base) – $9.09 (Usually $12.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Suicide Guy (ChubbyPixel) – $4.80 (Usually $12.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Suicide Guy: Sleepin’ Deeply (ChubbyPixel) – $3.60 (Usually $9.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Sundered: Eldritch Edition (Thunder Lotus Games) – $14.47 (Usually $28.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Super Bomberman R (Konami Digital Entertainment) – $31.50 (Usually $45.00, ends 25/07)
✚ SUPER DRAGON BALL HEROES WORLD MISSION (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $59.95 (Usually $89.98, ends 25/07)
✚ Super Meat Boy (BlitWorks) – $12.67 (Usually $19.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Super Star Blast (EntwicklerX) – $6.37 (Usually $7.50, ends 20/07)
✚ Super Volley Blast (Unfinished Pixel) – $10.50 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Surgeon Simulator CPR (Bossa Studios) – $9.87 (Usually $16.45, ends 25/07)
✚ Swamp Defense 2 (EntwicklerX) – $2.25 (Usually $4.50, ends 20/07)
✚ Swim Out (Lozange Lab) – $4.50 (Usually $9.00, ends 25/07)
✚ SWORD ART ONLINE: Hollow Realization Deluxe Edition (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $41.45 (Usually $69.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum’n’Fun! (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $59.95 (Usually $90.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Tales of Vesperia™: Definitive Edition (BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment) – $55.95 (Usually $79.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Tangledeep (Impact Gameworks) – $15.75 (Usually $26.25, ends 25/07)
✚ Tesla vs Lovecraft (10Tons) – $11.49 (Usually $22.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Die Abenteuer von Bertram Fiddle: Episode 1: Ein haariger Fall (Chorus Worldwide Games) – $1.99 (Usually $7.99, ends 24/07)
✚ The Bridge (The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild) – $3.90 (Usually $15.00, ends 08/08)
✚ The First Tree (David Wehle) – $9.75 (Usually $15.00, ends 22/07)
✚ The Journey Down Trilogy (BlitWorks) – $42.00 (Usually $60.00, ends 25/07)
✚ The Legend of Evil (SPRINGLOADED) – $7.66 (Usually $10.95, ends 25/07)
✚ The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Expansion Pass (Nintendo) – $21.00 (Usually $30, ends 29/7)
✚ The Lion’s Song (Mi’pu’mi Games) – $9.00 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ The Messenger (Devolver Digital) – $20.10 (Usually $30.00, ends 18/07)
✚ The Rainsdowne Players (Stephen OGorman) – $3.26 (Usually $4.95, ends 22/07)
✚ The Room (Team17) – $5.99 (Usually $11.99, ends 25/07)
✚ The VideoKid (Chorus Worldwide Games) – $1.65 (Usually $6.60, ends 24/07)
✚ The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition (Merge Games) – $3.90 (Usually $19.50, ends 21/07)
✚ Thief Simulator (Forever Entertainment) – $20.09 (Usually $29.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Time Recoil (10tons) – $9.99 (Usually $19.99, ends 25/07)
✚ TINY METAL: FULL METAL RUMBLE (AREA 34, Inc.) – $17.85 (Usually $21.00, ends 10/08)
✚ Toast Time: Smash Up! (Force of Habit) – $5.99 (Usually $11.99, ends 25/07)
✚ ToeJam & Earl: Back in the Groove! (HumaNature Studios) – $17.58 (Usually $26.25, ends 25/07)
✚ Tower Of Babel (EnjoyUp Games) – $1.86 (Usually $9.30, ends 08/08)
✚ Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes (Grasshopper Manufacture Inc.) – $29.95 (Usually $44.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Trials® Rising (Ubisoft) – $22.77 (Usually $37.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Tricky Towers (WeirdBeard ) – $15.75 (Usually $22.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Trivial Pursuit Live! (Ubisoft) – $11.98 (Usually $29.95, ends 25/07)
✚ TumbleSeed (aeiowu) – $6.00 (Usually $18.20, ends 25/07)
✚ Tumblestone (QuantumAstroGuild) – $5.19 (Usually $19.99, ends 08/08)
✚ TurtlePop: Journey to Freedom (DigiPen Game Stu) – $6.97 (Usually $13.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Twist & Match (Sanuk Games ) – $3.15 (Usually $4.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Ultra Hyperball (Springloaded) – $9.00 (Usually $15.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Ultra Space Battle Brawl (Toge Productions) – $9.99 (Usually $19.99, ends 25/07)
✚ UNO (Ubisoft) – $7.15 (Usually $14.30, ends 25/07)
✚ Unruly Heroes (Magic Design Studios) – $20.99 (Usually $29.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Use Your Words (Smiling Buddha Games LLC) – $11.93 (Usually $17.05, ends 25/07)
✚ Vaccine (Rainy Frog) – $6.50 (Usually $13.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Soldats Inconnus – Mémoires de la Grande Guerre® (Ubisoft) – $11.98 (Usually $29.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Valkyria Chronicles (SEGA) – $13.47 (Usually $26.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Valkyria Chronicles 4 (SEGA) – $49.97 (Usually $99.95, ends 25/07)
✚ Vostok Inc. (Wired Productions) – $9.99 (Usually $19.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Wandersong (Humble Bundle) – $21.00 (Usually $30.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Whispering Willows (Akupara Games) – $9.45 (Usually $13.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Wizard of Legend (Humble Bundle) – $16.89 (Usually $25.99, ends 25/07)
✚ Woodle Tree Adventures (ChubbyPixel) – $3.00 (Usually $7.50, ends 31/07)
✚ WorldNeverland – Elnea Kingdom (althi) – $31.50 (Usually $45.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Worms W.M.D (Team17) – $22.50 (Usually $45.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Xenon Racer (Soedesco) – $35.99 (Usually $59.99, ends 22/07)
✚ X-Morph: Defense (EXOR Studios) – $17.40 (Usually $29.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Yoku’s Island Express (Team17) – $13.50 (Usually $27.00, ends 25/07)
✚ Yooka-Laylee (Team17) – $30.00 (Usually $60.00, ends 25/07)
✚ You Died but a Necromancer revived you (BolHut) – $10.12 (Usually $13.50, ends 25/07)
✚ Zombie Driver Immortal Edition (EXOR Studios Wojciech Lekki sp. j.) – $20.25 (Usually $22.50, ends 08/08)

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  • +7 votes

    "sale"

    • +14 votes

      A lot of these games are all time low for the system.

      Just because those games may not specifically appeal to your personal tastes doesn't make it less of a deal.

  • +14 votes

    fooled me - thought Splatoon 2 was $21… only the expansion is..

  • +7 votes

    HELLA YEAHHHH, BOTW DLC is never discounted, been waiting for ages. instant buy

    • +1 vote

      Is there any issue buying this before I actually manage to finish the original game?

      • +3 votes

        The DLC have additional items that might make your game a bit easier. Completely up to you if you want to use those said items. Personally, I don't think it will ruin your experience.

        If you are asking if there is any technical issues with getting the game with an unfinished base game, then no.

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          Do you have to start over if you install the DLC or does it just update the base game and you can use the old save game files?

          Is the DLC "pass" only for a limited time or forever?

          • +1 vote

            @serpserpserp: Adds things to the base game like additional 'dungeons' and some missions.

            Its a one time purchase, once you buy it you unlock the content for all future playthroughs on your device.

          • +1 vote

            @serpserpserp: Yup. Like sethowar said. It updates the base game and yes, you use your old save file, there is no need to start over. I've personally played the game near launch, got the DLC when it came out and continued with my original save file.

            The DLC once purchased, is forever.

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            @serpserpserp: Updates the base game with extra bits

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        i dont think so, if anything i think its worth buying it now. theres a pretty cool feature which allows you to track your movement on the map so you can see where youve been exploring.

        theres a motorbike that allows you to move faster.

        The other shrine DLC is accessed by going to somewhere on the map. Someone may correct me, but this is from my understanding.

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        The dlc is made to be done throughout a normal playthrough, more or less. So I'd say do it before you finish the game. If nothing else it's worth getting it straight away for the location history/map, it's great watching back through everywhere you've run.

      • +1 vote

        Nah. Besides you get some items that are useful in the main quest itself.

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        If you want to play Master Mode (hard mode) then you need the DLC.

    • +1 vote

      Splatoon 2 octo expansion is never discounted too (I think). Going to get this and Katamari Damancy

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    Bummer, just bought bomberman from the eshop like 2 days ago.

  • +12 votes

    https://www.dekudeals.com/hottest

    has a better sales page with percentage off and photo of gamebox

    They also put in their sales page up first before Vooks

  • +3 votes

    Crayola Scoot is definitely worth a look if you love the OG Tony Hawk games as much as me. Nowhere near as good as THPS2/3, but it's leagues above THPS5, and I actually didn't mind THPS5 myself. Definitely worth a look on YouTube if you miss over the top skating games like me.

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      I was thinking the other day how much I want THPS on Switch. Looks like Tony Hawk x Splatoon x Jet Set Radio.

      • +1 vote

        I would love it. I played the ever loving shit out of Tony Hawk on my PSP in the day, it was an absolute blast on portables, and when the Xperia Play was my main phone, all I did was play THPS3 and Vice City. God I miss that phone.

        Anyway, Crayola is kinda what you said, yeah. So you ride around on your scooter and you have to do tricks and grinds and shit like THPS, and there's a boost button that works the same as SSX, but when you do tricks (including grinds) you spray your paint over the nearby area. Most missions boil down to covering as much area or doing as many tricks as you can, it's pretty basic stuff. But it scratches the itch. I picked it up on the last sale and had fun with it. It's very clearly a knock off, but it doesn't really try to hide that, there's other knock off games like Street Skater on the PS1 that have the look and sound of THPS (I actually quite dug the soundtracks in those two SS games) but their gameplay is a whole other thing in the end. The only thing I really fault this Crayola game on is the controls. I don't remember them exactly off the top of my head, but you hit triangle to grind like normal, but to jump you push the right stick up, and I think doing tricks is done by like spinning the stick or pushing it left and right, the controls suck because when you get in the rhythm you'll be going to instinctively hit the THPS buttons which is high praise honestly, me saying your game can at times feel perfectly like an old THPS game, but the new controls just throw me off and sure you'll get the hang of it, but I really wish there was a way to swap the controls to whatever I want them to be.

  • +5 votes

    This is my longest yeah boi ever.

  • +1 vote

    FYI: The Messenger includes a free expansion DLC released today - great value for a fun indie title!

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      Is the messenger good? It's been on my radar fir a little bit. But I read in reviews it gets repetitive/monotonous.

      Understood it's half metroidvania ?

      For context I loved Hollow Knight, Celeste and donkey Kong.

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    Thanks - finally bought Crash.

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    Will be picking up the Messenger, but also Bomberman, Crash, Diablo & DB FighterZ simply to keep these digital and sell the physical versions!

  • +1 vote

    Got N++ and Cities Skylines, thanks OP.

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    Thanks OP. Been waiting for Splatoon 2 to drop in price.

  • +3 votes

    It kind of sucks that the Kairosoft games are so pricey. I own them all on my phone and would love them on my switch. But not paying $15 for a 7-year-old game that was $7 on Android and is now $1 or free.

    • +1 vote

      I know right, a lot of mobile games have come to the Switch that I would be more than happy to pick up at a slightly lower cost.

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    After hearing that Fire Emblem Three houses will be 80+hrs long, I feel like I need to show some restraint here and not add more to my already cluttered backlog.
    It does tick some of my wishlisted items though..

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    Highly recommend Art Of Balance at $8.99 - it was a great when it came out on the Wii, then on the Wii U, now on the Switch haha

    I haven’t played the Switch versions, but i enjoyed the PC versions of these games when i played them: PixelJunk Monsters 2, Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf, Jotun: Valhalla Edition, Riptide GP: Renegade & N++.

    • +1 vote

      Just impulse bought Art Of Balance after your post, looks like it could be a fun time waster. Contemplating Mario+Rabbids too…

  • +1 vote

    Some of my picks:
    911 Operator Bundle $4.84 86% off
    MagiCat $1.75 77% off
    A Robot Named Fight $2.99 82% off
    DLC for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker $6 33% off

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      A Robot Named Fight $2.99 82% off

      Really good game at that price if you like the metroidvania and roguelite genres.

  • +5 votes

    Baba Is You is a fantastic, unique puzzle game. Definitely recommend it, it gets super hard and has a lot of fun twists.

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      BABA IS YOU is easily my indie game of the year. The lateral thinking required to solve some of the puzzles will turn your brains inside out. I wouldn't recommend this game for younger gamers, but if you enjoy a challenge and are ok sitting with a problem for a few days the difficulty makes progress very satisfying and rewarding.

      I have spent over 70 hours on the game - it's a steal for the original price let alone on sale.

  • +4 votes

    Just a heads up, if you're like me and got Splatoon 2 from somewhere like Ozgameshop (or any other imports) chances are the DLC on the Australian eShop won't work with your copy of the game. You need to buy it from the region that matches with the cart (you can tell if the region is correct by going to the game tile and clicking the eShop button, if it errors out or shows as unable to purchase you have the wrong region)

    This doesn't extend to Breath of the Wild as I believe that game is region free

  • +2 votes

    BotW DLC has never been on sale and of course I bought it last week.

  • +2 votes

    Sigh need to get a 400gb micro SD card for my switch.

  • +1 vote

    Don't forget to get Tiny Metal Full metal rumble for $21 $17.85

    If you like advanced wars

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    Anyone know whether Super Bomberman R is worth it for $31.50? Seems a lot to pay just for Bomberman.

    Also, I've said this before, but damnit Nintendo, put the Mario + Rabbids DLC on sale already.

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      Not worth it imo. I thought I was a Bomberman fan and have played the OG Bomberman as a kid.

      The single player game is around 4 hours long and it is pretty much online or local multiplayer. Game felt meh.

      I would recommend spending that money on overcooked instead for better couch co op fun

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      I bought Bomberman r about a month ago for $40, probably not worth it, its not the best version of bomberman, unless you are able to get some 4 player local co-op i wouldn't recommend.

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    Are eshop cards still discounted at bigw or did that end already?

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      It's ended. Discounts usually pop up around every 6 months or so going by previous history.

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    Any good local co-op games on sale that people would recommend?

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    How much is botw expansion normally and is it worth it? I've finished the main storyline already

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      I'll wait for the BOTW II

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      I think it's normally $30 or close to it - it adds a decent amount of content to the game and is well worth picking up IMO. Also adds master mode which is fun for a second playthrough and it's actually my preferred way of playing the game now whenever I come back to replay it.

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    Resident Evil 4 for $26 seems a good price? Anyone recommend the switch version for this much?

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      Great for those who has played it in the gc,PS2,PS3,Wii version or those who are playing re4 for the first time.

      If you have it for the Xbox one or PS4 then no..it's the same ported over or if you have the PC version as PC re4 hd is the best version which has hd texture option.

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    Does anyone recommend Cities Skylines on the Switch?

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      A couple of performance issues compared to the Xbox version iirc - mainly once your city is on the larger side or you zoom in all the way. It’s still good fun though.

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    South Park gold edition also on sale quite cheap, probably worth the extra $10 to get the season pass as well, game is good fun!

  • +1 vote

    I remember all the doubters against the switch on release. Have a look at the massive success it’s had with a huge library, just nice to reflect on.

    • +1 vote

      I don't know if there were as many doubters as you make out. But yes, you can reflect a a large number of expensive ports such as Diablo III ($59.95 usually $89.95), you are extremely fortunate.

  • +1 vote

    Sweet! Just picked up:

    Mark of the Ninja
    Night in the Woods
    Baba Is You
    Fast DMX
    Surgeon Simulator
    Dragon's Lair Trilogy

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    Probably not the right place to ask, but I will anyway… can anyone recommend me a new game? Pretty much been playing Zelda, odyssey, tried steamworld dig (got over it quickly). Never no where to start? What’s a good game to pick up next? If it’s in here that’s a bonus!

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      My most played switch game by a considerable margin is Splatoon 2. A solid single player campaign (plus the excellent octo expansion), turf war, some ranked modes, and salmon run (co op horde mode). Still a very active player base too.

    • +1 vote

      If you enjoy the puzzles in Zelda but want something a bit more challenging you can't go wrong with 'BABA IS YOU'. If you enjoy strategising and thinking through difficult choices I recommend 'Into the Breach'. If you want to adventure in a beautiful world with some of the most stunning graphics on Switch then 'Hollow Knight' is a real treat.

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        'Into the Breach'

        +1 on this. I completed one playthrough once and had enough. But only recently I went back into it to complete more playthroughs and unlock different squads and is becoming even more addictive.

        It really works out the brain when figuring out how to efficiently move and attack.

  • +1 vote

    rayman at $14 is not bad. pretty solid 2d scroller

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