[Switch] Fire Emblem: Three Houses $53.30, Super Mario Maker 2 $53.30, Super Mario Odyssey $53.30 @ Nintendo eShop

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Same as EU Sale, as shown on Nintendo Australia Facebook Page. Sale starts February 14th at 1:00am AEDT

Fire Emblem: Three Houses - $53.30

  • A traditional turn-based tactical RPG that puts new twists on strategic battling. Now when the player manoeuvres a unit, formations of troops move with them and support them in battle
  • In some parts, the player can move the main character freely, and interact with other characters and gather information
  • The game is set in a new world – Fódlan, where the Church of Seiros exercises great power over the land and people
  • Your protagonist meets three main characters – Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude – who play important roles in the story

Super Mario Maker 2 - $53.30

Break the rules and make the Super Mario courses you’ve always dreamed of in Super Mario Maker 2! With lots of new tools, course parts and features at your disposal, let your imagination run wild as you craft unique levels to share with friends and players all over the world.

Making your own Super Mario courses is easy, and this time, two players can build courses together on a single screen. Simply pick and place iconic objects and enemies wherever you like and choose from many different themes and styles – including the new Super Mario 3D World style!

You can even combine familiar elements to create incredible things never before seen in a Super Mario game!


Super Mario Odyssey - $53.30

Join Mario on a massive, globe-trotting 3D adventure and use his incredible new abilities to collect Moons so you can power up your airship, the Odyssey, and rescue Princess Peach from Bowser’s wedding plans!

This sandbox-style 3D Mario adventure – the first since 1997’s beloved Super Mario 64 and 2002’s Nintendo GameCube classic Super Mario Sunshine – is packed with secrets and surprises, and with Mario’s new moves like cap throw, cap jump, and capture, you’ll have fun and exciting gameplay experiences unlike anything you’ve enjoyed in a Mario game before. Get ready to be whisked away to strange and amazing places far from the Mushroom Kingdom!

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  • +6 votes

    Amazing game, GOTY of 2019 for me and I hate turn based games.

  • +5 votes

    Highly recommend Fire Emblem.
    Was planning to use the eshop voucher deals for Animal Crossing + Mario Maker, but will probably grab Animal Crossing physical now and use this for Mario Maker!

    • +3 votes

      Animal Crossing being a daily type game is a game that'd I'd want digital, Ring Fit Adventure is another one but Nintendo don't want to sell it.

      • +1 vote

        I've got Splatoon 2 digital and sort of miss having a physical collection. Don't want to risk the same for animal crossing.

        Weird that it didn't worry me on PC.

      • -2 votes

        So sell Ring Fit on on the eShop so you can have it, but not play it without the ring?

        And isn't one of the main arguments for digital games that you don't have to constantly change the card? Are you reeeeeaaaaally wanting a lazy way to play a game about exercise?

        • +1 vote

          Never said sell it on the eShop. Ring Fit emphasises getting any spare time to do it, would make more sense to spend time playing it than changing game. It would also be more successful it that goal the easier it was to play.

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        I reckon if they sold it digitally it would open the door for third party producers for the ring. This way everyone uses Nintendo's one. Classic Nintendo move

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      What's your opinion on end game / replay value? Is it something people are likely to never open again?
      I'm just thinking of physical vs Digital.

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        exactly, once finish, it is done. the only benefit of digital is I don't have to switch the game card. that's why I purchased mario Kart digital version.

  • +5 votes

    I went fully digital on switch last year and recently added up how much I’d spent.

    It was not good.

    • -4 votes

      Yeah, fully digital is not good on a system that has incredibly limited storage AND limited options to upgrade the storage.

      • +6 votes

        I got a 200gb memory card so storage isn’t a problem. It’s the fact that Nintendo items hold their value so well that a tonne of games that I am ‘done with’ I now can’t sell or trade and collectively they would be worth a fair whack if I had them physical.

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        Limited options to upgrade the storage? It's not using some proprietary storage system, it takes microsd card which are constantly dropping in price

  • +6 votes

    Fire Emblem is a glorious series.

    • +3 votes

      Three houses was my first taste and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Though now i don't know whether to go back for a completely new full playthrough with a new house, or go back and change some decisions in my original game…looking at 60-120 more hours of gameplay either way!

      • +3 votes

        There's been a bunch of DLC released with the last wave coming out that introduces a new house and side story. So if you want to jump back in make sure you get the season pass.

        • +1 vote

          Yeah, I probably will. Just letting it settle for a while (and giving the wallet a rest;)

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    Any idea when the sale ends?

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