Nintendo's new spring eShop sale features some of the best Switch savings yet

Alongside discounts on 3DS and Wii U.

Nintendo has launched its "Spring into Action" eShop sale for Switch, 3DS, and Wii U, and there are some pretty decent savings to be had all round.

As part of the sale, Nintendo has gathered up what may well be its best selection of Switch discounts yet, with good saving on a number of triple-A titles, as well as a wide selection of excellent indie games. Arms, Skyrim, Doom, and Lego City Undercover are 33.49, down for 49.99, for instance, and FIFA 18 is reduced to 27.49 from 54.99.

LA Noire is down from 44.99 to 33.74, I am Setsuna and Super Bomberman R are half price at 14.99 and 24.99 respectively, Resident Evil Revelations drops a slightly more modest amount from 15.99 to 11.99, and its excellent sequel is 14.39 from 19.99.

On the indie front, a load of games are reduced by a small but welcome couple of quid, including Rocket League, SteamWorld Dig 2, SteamWorld Heist, Vostok Inc, Gonner, Cat Quest, Crawl, Mighty Gunvolt Burst, Blaster Master Zero, Owlboy, Crypt of the NecroDancer, and Severed. Others get some even deeper cuts, ranging from a third to half off.

In the latter camp there's the Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack, Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap, Serial Cleaner, Fe, SteamWorld Dig, Floor Kids, Mutant Mudds Collection, Axiom Verge, Thumper, Severed, and a whole lot more.

Nintendo has the full list of Switch eShop discounts, as well as some significant savings on 3DS and Wii U titles, over on its website. The Spring into Action sale ends on April 5th.

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