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Nintendo rolls out the seasonal savings for its eShop Festive Offers sale
It’s Christmas! Sort of. And that can only mean one thing: pie! But also seasonal sales, and on the latter front, it’s Nintendo’s turn, arriving with a selection of festive discounts for a wide array of games on Switch, 3DS, and Wii U.
With over 250 titles currently discounted, I’ll save you the trauma of an exhaustive run-down. Instead, let us scrutinise the highlights. Starting with Switch, there’s little in the way of first-party offerings to wow you, but Capcom’s going all-out, with savings on a large number of its titles.
There’s the excellent Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate (£34.99 down from £59.99), Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection (£31.49 from £49.90), Mega Man 11 (£19.99 instead of £29.90), The Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and 2 (both £8.99 from £11.99), and The Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 (both £11.99 down from £15.99). Resident Evil Revelations (£9.59 from £15.99) and Resident Evil Revelations 2 (£11.99 from £19.99) get a look in, as does the not-Capcom-but-enormously-enjoyable Puyo Puyo Tetris (£17.49 instead of £34.99).
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