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Last Chance To Shop Cyber Monday 2019 Nintendo Switch Eshop Sale

Save up to 50% on some quality Nintendo Switch games through December 4.

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You're running out of time to save big on digital games during Nintendo's Cyber Monday sale. The sale has hundreds of games available for up to 50% lasts until December 4, which gives you just one more day to shop.

Through this sale, you can save up to 50% on a plethora of big-budget Nintendo Switch titles, such as Dark Souls: Remastered ($24, down from $40) The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild ($42, down from $60), Mario Tennis Aces ($42, down from $60), Super Mario Party ($42, down from $60), Xenoblade Chronicles 2 ($42, down from $60), and many more.

In addition to Switch game sales, the Cyber Deals features discounts on 3DS titles. These include Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker ($20), Kirby's Extra Epic Yarn ($20), Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey ($20), Paper Mario: Sticker Star ($20), Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth ($20) and others.

Of course, there are tons of indie games to sift through as well during Nintendo's Cyber Deals Eshop sale. You can get titles like Gorogoa ($7.50), Jotun: Valhalla Edition ($4.94), Killer Queen Black ($12), Little Nightmares: Complete Edition ($9.89), Neo Cab ($16), Slay the Spire ($20), TowerFall Ascension ($10), Wargroove ($14), and quite a few more. Check below for a list of personal recommendations.

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