Nintendo eShop E3 2017 Sale

Nintendo always goes all out on digital content for E3 2017. This year is no different with a Spotlight presentation and three days of Treehouse Live gameplay. But this...

Nintendo always goes all out on digital content for E3 2017. This year is no different with a Spotlight presentation and three days of Treehouse Live gameplay. But this doesn’t just extend to E3 itself, as Nintendo has started an eShop sale with some of the most popular games and franchises being discounted at up to 50% cost.

Highlights include both of the Super Smash Bros. titles for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS. These titles, formerly full price, are now at $41.99 and $27.99 respectively.

Other titles include Dragon Ball Fusions, Shantae, Paper Mario Color Splash, Super Mario Galaxy, Super Metroid, and much more. Even the popular NES Remix titles are at their cheapest, so if you’re looking for some interesting summer titles, this is your prime opportunity.

nintendo switch fifaThis offer will take place for the next week, ending on June 20th.

While you’re browsing those eShops, Switch fans don’t need to feel completely left out. ARMS will launch this week as well, offering the next and most innovative fighting game experience of the year.

This was all in conjunction with the Nintendo Spotlight presentation and Nintendo Treehouse Live presentations today.

We’ve received a fair share of announcements between these different online showcases, including two new Metroid games as well as a new Mario and Luigi RPG for Nintendo 3DS.

For more E3 news stay with us as the Nintendo Treehouse Live presentations continue, and head over to the Nintendo YouTube channel to catch the streams live.

More to come on newly announced E3 titles and the eShop sales and digital content as it all becomes available.

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