Last Day To Save On A Bunch Of Resident Evil Games
You can many of the series' mainline games and some spinoffs for one more day.
The Nintendo Switch always has some good deals on hand, with new ones refreshing every week. To kick off June, the Switch has a sale on almost every Resident Evil game on the console--the Revelations games are not included. Each game is discounted by at least 50%, and you have until June 17 at 12 AM PT / 3 AM ET to take advantage of the lower prices.
The classic-style Resident Evil 0 and Resident Evil Remake have both dropped their prices to $12.89, while the over-the-shoulder, more action-oriented Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5, and Resident Evil 6 are down to $15. Almost every game in the Resident Evil franchise is quite good, and while Resident Evil 6 doesn't match up to the series standards, its Switch port is still pretty impressive.
Each one of these Resident Evil games scored at least an 8/10 in GameSpot's reviews, except for Resident Evil 6. Resident Evil 4 was even named GameSpot's Game of the Year for 2005. If you're looking for some excellent games to keep you busy, it's hard to go wrong with most entries in the Resident Evil series.
- Resident Evil 0 - $12.89 (
- Resident Evil -- $12.89 (
- Resident Evil 4 -- $15 (
- Resident Evil 5 -- $15 (
- Resident Evil 6 -- $15 (
While Resident Evil is the big headliner this week, there are still plenty of other games on sale. The old-school Oniken and Odallus bundle is down to $5 and features two games that call back to classics like Ninja Gaiden and Castlevania. Excellent action-platformer Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom is currently $18 and features gorgeous art and wonderfully varied gameplay as you transform into different animals to complete your quest. And the surprisingly good fighting game, Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, is also discounted to $12, making it a great time to jump into a game that collects rangers from across all of the different series.
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