Nintendo eShop: discounts and offers on hundreds of multiplayer games are underway

Nintendo eShop: discounts and offers on hundreds of multiplayer games are underway

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The Big Multiplayer Offers on Nintendo eShop have officially started, with offers on hundreds of digital multiplayer video games for Nintendo Switch, discounted up to 75% for a limited time only, until Sunday 11 April at 11:59 pm.

The games in promotion are so many, impossible to name them all, among the many we point out, however, Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled, Splatoon 2, Super Mario Party, Mortal Kombat 11, Overwatch and Super Bomberman R.

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Splatoon 2 - 33% Overwatch Legendary Edition - 50% New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe - 33% Mortal Kombat 11 - 60% GRID Autosport - 30% Streets of Rage 4 - 35% Killer Queen Black - 30% LEGO City Undercover - 75% Terraria - 50% Super Bomberman R - 75% Nidhogg 2 - 60% Heave Ho - 50% Fast RMX - 30% Crash Team Racing Nitro Fueled - 50% Dragon Ball FighterZ - 84% Puyo Puyo Tetris 2 - 38% Super Mario Party - 33% Diablo III Eternal Collection - 50% This is alone mind a small selection of the games in promotion, find the complete list (with discount percentage and updated prices) on the Nintendo eShop, the offers will expire on Sunday 11 April. Definitely a good opportunity to buy new multiplayer games at reduced prices, ideal for having fun at home during the Easter holidays and spring days while waiting to be able to go out safely again.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars leaves Nintendo Switch eShop after today


Wednesday is the final day of Nintendo celebrating Mario's 35th anniversary, and your last chance to get Super Mario 3D All-Stars from the Switch eShop. The collection includes Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine and Super Mario Galaxy, and has been available since last September.

The classic 3D platformers, which originally came out on Nintendo 64, GameCube and Wii, respectively, have been updated with HD visuals. There's also an in-game music player mode with songs from all three games, but that's it in terms of extras.

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The digital version of the collection will set you back $60, but you might be able to get a deal on a physical copy. The price is likely to jump significantly after today, since its removal from the eShop will create a sense of scarcity.

Also vanishing are Super Mario Bros. 35 and the Super Mario Game & Watch system, along with Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light.

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