Nintendo is hosting a massive New Year’s sale in the North American eShop this week! From now through January 25th at 8:59 a.m. PST | 10:59 CST | 11:59 a.m. EST, players can nab some pretty decent discounts on both strong Nintendo franchises and fantastic indie titles like Splatoon, Pocket Jockey, Affordable Space Adventures, Guacamelee and more. Best of all, My Nintendo members can save an additional 10% on all participating games! Check out the full lineup below:

3DS

Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer ($15.59 | 22% off)
Pocket Card Jockey ($5.45 | 22% off)
Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse ($13.99 | 30% off)
Yo-kai Watch ($31.19 | 22% off)
Story of Seasons ($20.99 | 30% off)
Disney Art Academy ($23.39 | 22% off)
Gurumin 3D ($11.99 | 20% off)
Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure ($7.01 | 22% off)
Wario’s Woods ($3.89 | 22% off)
Severed ($10.49 | 30% off)
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX ($29.99 | 25% off)
Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice ($23.99 | 40% off)
Inazuma Eleven ($14.00 | 30% off)
Harvest Moon: Skytree Village ($23.99 | 20% off)
Pirate Pop Plus ($2.99 | 40% off)
River City: Tokyo Rumble ($23.99 | 20% off)

Wii U

Splatoon ($46.79 | 22% off)
Mario Party 10 ($23.39 | 22% off)
Freedom Planet ($10.49 | 30% off)
Donkey Kong Country Returns ($15.59 | 22% off)
Shantae: Risky’s Revenge – Director’s Cut ($6.99 | 30% off)
Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis ($7.79 | 22% off)
Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition ($7.49 | 50% off)
WarioWare: Smooth Moves ($15.59 | 22% off)
Adventures of Pip ($7.49 | 50% off)
Ittle Dew ($6.99 | 30% off)
Octodad: Dadliest Catch ($10.49 | 30% off)
Noitu Love: Devolution ($6.99 | 30% off)
Severed ($10.49 | 30% off)
Affordable Space Adventures ($13.99 | 30% off)
Pirate Pop Plus ($2.99 | 40% off)
Child of Light ($7.49 | 50% off)
Rayman Legends ($19.99 | 50% off)

 
Remember, both Pirate Pop Plus and Severed are cross-buy, meaning one purchase on either platform gets you a free copy on the other!

What games will you be downloading? Be sure to let us know in the comments!


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  1. Randy Marr
    Randy Marr says:

    I’ve been putting off River City: Tokyo Rumble. Looks like now’s a good time!

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