Nintendo starts a massive multiplayer sale of Switch eShop with discounts of up to 80%. (North America)

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There are some big hitters in here, from Super Mario Party, Puyo Puyo Tetris 2, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, and Scott Pilgrim vs The World: The Game – Complete Edition, but why not check out the highlights from the US eShop first before making a decision:

Savings on games like Hyrule Warriors and Super Mario Party. Nintendo has started its next big sale, and it’s all about multiplayer games. Nintendo wants us to all enjoy the summer with our families. Switch owners have until August 7 at 11:59 p.m. PDT to visit the eShop to take advantage of large savings on a variety of games that may be played with or against friends, family, and even complete strangers. To save even more on these offers, keep reading to find out how to obtain reduced Switch eShop credit.

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  • That’s nothing short of a pretty beefy list, don’t you think? There’s plenty to choose from — even a ton of games you can play on your own, so you don’t have to share with anyone else. Don’t worry, we won’t say anything. What’s better still is that we can get you even more discounts here. You can save 10% on all eShop credit at our store – simply choose your preferred voucher below and use code NLIFE10 at checkout!

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