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[Switch] Toki Tori (79% off), Toki Tori 2+ (93% off) - $1.57 Each, Rive Ultimate Edition (93% off) - $1.54 @ Nintendo eShop

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Toki Tori 2+

Rive Ultimate Edition

Toki Tori has a Metacritic score of 82, 8.2

Toki Tori 2+ has a Metacritic score of 84, 8.1

Rive Ultimate Edition has a metacritic score of 82, 7.8

More well-regarded games continuing the latest eshop trend of dropping to dirt-cheap prices!

These titles are all published by Two Tribes.

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Comments

  • Are these game cartridges or you need to download onto switch console?

    • Downloads from the eshop. Physical games never get this cheap.

      You can also install on to a MicroSD card

        1. Are most physical games available to download this way? And on the e-shop. This cheaper option sounds great.

        2. Won’t downloading to micro sd-card allow you to clone it and be open to pirating games?

          1. Is this a question?

          2. What?

        • All physical games are available to download from the eshop with a few exceptions like Ring Fit Adventure. The prices do not generally go as low as this as a general rule. For example, these titles do not have any mass-produced physical copies so they have lower RRPs and therefore are more likely to receive larger digital discounts.

          Downloading to a microSD requires the card to be formatted to the Switch and therefore will not work like transfering other files from device to device. Pirating on switch requires hacking the console which breaks the EULA and is illegal despite what people claim to the contrary.

          • @Ninternet:

            Pirating on switch requires hacking the console which breaks the EULA and is illegal despite what people claim to the contrary.

            Pirating - illegal
            Breaking EULA - not illegal
            Hacking your own anything - not illegal

            However, if you break the EULA, Nintendo is fully to within their rights to brick you device if detected.

            There are plenty of legal and practical reasons to use homebrew software on your devices, and has been for every console/phone/device ever made.

            Xbox - XBMC, 3d scanning
            PlayStation - Linux servers
            Wii - media player, homebrew games etc

            Now that all assumes you're in Australia. US actually has laws against circumventing encryption, locked bootloaders and the like.

  • what the heck are you guys banging on about?

    can confirm that these games are good!