New Nintendo Switch Eshop Sale Has Deals On Final Fantasy And Other Great Series

More Eshop sales launched recently, featuring discounts on classic Final Fantasy games, Trials of Mana, and much more.


If you're looking for something to play on Nintendo Switch this week, there are plenty of deals on the Eshop right now. You can save up to 50% off on a host of Square Enix RPGs, including Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster, Collection of Mana, and Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition HD. Several Spike Chunsoft games are also on sale, including the excellent AI: The Somnium Files.

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Square Enix's deals run until August 2, so you have a couple of days to scoop up any of the nostalgia-fueled RPGs in the sale. All of the Final Fantasy games featured in the sale are 50% off, including Final Fantasy VII, VIII Remastered, IX, and Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age. You can also nab Collection of Mana for $20 and Trials of Mana, which released earlier this year, for $40. That's a modest discount, but it's hovered around full price since launching in April.

The Spike Chunsoft sale runs through the end of today, July 30, with AI: The Somnium Files being the standout game, and it's discounted to just $30. You play as a detective in Tokyo who has the power to infiltrate the minds of killers to gather information. The story has branching paths and multiple endings, making it great to play more than once. For something entirely different from the same publisher, you can grab the cute tower defense game PixelJunk: Monsters 2 for only $3.

These new deals join a wealth of ongoing publisher sales on the Eshop. You can still save on Capcom games like Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate and Resident Evil 4 until July 30. Activision Blizzard games, including Diablo 3: Eternal Collection and Overwatch: Legendary edition, are on sale through July 31. For those looking for some family-friendly fun, Team17's sale includes Overcooked 2, while WB Games has a bunch of Lego games discounted for the next few days.

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