Nintendo’s biggest Switch-download sale yet includes legitimately good offers

Wednesday saw the big N unveil a whopping 47-game sale, chock full of recent, popular, and well-reviewed fare, for its Nintendo Switch eShop. The sale is valid between now and November 28. The Switch eShop has never received this many simultaneous discounts on well-reviewed games, and, while some of the discounts are a little paltry, most are surprisingly good.

Here’s a slightly sorted list of the “best” discounted games, with quality and discount considered as ranking factors. In particular, the ports listed here are all solid Switch fare that we’ve tested. (We’re picky about good Switch ports, as I’ve discussed at length.)

That’s not to say there aren’t other worthwhile or popular games in the sale (particularly the half-off discounts on brand-new sports games and ), but with a list this big, we chose to focus on games and ports we’ve tested at length here at Ars. For a look at the rest of the giant list, head to Nintendo’s sales-landing page, which also includes discounts on eShop downloads for the Nintendo 3DS (which, Nintendo insists, isn’t dead yet!).

Sam Machkovech Sam has written about the combined worlds of arts and tech since his first syndicated column launched in 1996. He can regularly be found losing quarters at Add-A-Ball in Seattle, WA.
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