The Best Nintendo Switch Eshop Deals Of The Week

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If your Nintendo Switch could use some new games, you're in luck. A number of digital Switch games are on sale right now on the Eshop. And although you won't find any big first-party titles on the list this week, some of the discounted games are certainly worth your attention. Here's a look at the biggest games on sale this week on the Nintendo Switch Eshop.

If you're in the market for some Halloween-style horrors, you have a couple of deals to choose from this week. Darkest Dungeon is an RPG, a rogue-like, and a horror story all wrapped up in one unrelentingly bleak package that's on sale for $19. You assemble a team of adventurers who advance through creepy areas filled with monsters. But monsters aren't the only thing you have to worry about--your characters can get diseases and go mad from stress and trauma. And yet somehow it's still a fun and rewarding game.

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The Jackbox Party Pack 3 is discounted to $15 this week. It comes with a selection of fun party games, including Trivia Murder Party, which puts players in a situation inspired by the Saw movies. You're all captured by a surprisingly funny maniac who puts your life and limbs on the line for correct answers. For a more action-oriented take on the spooky holiday, Slain: Back from Hell soaks its horror themes in heavy metal and gore; it's on sale for $6.

Syberia and Syberia 2 are on sale for $20 each. They're adventure games from the early 2000s that work quite well on the Switch. They tell a lightly fantastical story that involves talking to NPCs, finding items, and solving puzzles in European and Russian settings. Yooka-Laylee, on sale for $30, is a throwback to the days when cartoonish 3D platformers topped the charts. And Battle Chef Brigade, which mixes monster hunting with puzzle-based cooking, is on sale for $12.

You'll find more of our picks below, and you can check out Nintendo's sale page for the complete list of deals.

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