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    Nintendo Launches “Super” Switch Sale, Up To 50% Off Some Huge Games (North America)

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    Nintendo of America has announced a big Switch eShop sale dubbed the “Big Ol’ Super Sale”, with up to 50% off some real heavy-hitting Nintendo Switch games.

    Deals on Switch games such as Super Mario Odyssey (we hear it’s pretty good), The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening (also not shabby), Monster Hunter Rise (another winner), and some little-known, rarely re-released game called Skyrim (never heard of it) are included in the sale.

    Astral Chain, Shin Megami Tensei V, the sublime Tetris Effect: Connected — some really good games are included. Doom Eternal and Just Dance are rebelling against the ‘up to 50% off’ tag with more generous discounts, too. See below for the full list.

    The Big Ol’ Super Sale runs from now until July 7 at 11:59 PT.

    And if you’re in the US and looking to make even more of a saving, you can also take advantage of our special offer on $50 of Switch eShop credit which gives you 10% off until the end of June. Simply head to our store and use the code NLIFE10 to save yourself $5 on 50 bucks of eShop credit:

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    Note: Click on the headers to sort alphabetically or by % discount.

    A nice mix of massive first and third-party titles with exceptional indie bangers in there, too, don’t you agree?

    Let us know below which games you’ve got your eye on — the ones you don’t already own, of course. We know you’re a lovely, discerning bunch who probably have a lot of those above.

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