Nintendo of Europe holding special Nintendo eShop five year anniversary sale

The Nintendo eShop has recently hit a major milestone, it has been around for five years, going on from the 3DS original debut back in 2011 (hard to believe it has been that long), and to celebrate the eShop will be receiving special discounts on a variety of games. This first started as a Japan exclusive with many questioning whether something similar would happen in Europe and North America, at the current point in time I don’t know about America, but Nintendo of Europe has revealed that they have a major sale. The sale which is running from 9th-23rd June will include a total over 40 game downloads which will be seeing discounts, and you can see all the deals and what consoles they are for below:

Wii U eShop

  • Art Academy: SketchPad – £1.79 (was £3.59) / €1.99 (was €3.99)
  • Child of Light – £5.99 (was £11.99) / €7.49 (was €14.99)
  • Cube Life: Island Survival – £5.59 (was £7.99) / €6.99 (was €9.99)
  • Donkey Kong 64 – £4.49 (was £8.99) / €4.99 (was €9.99)
  • EarthBound – £3.49 (was £6.99) / €4.99 (was €9.99)
  • FAST Racing NEO – £8.20 (was £10.99) / €11.20 (was €14.99)
  • F-Zero – £2.69 (was £5.49) / €3.99 (was €7.99)
  • Kirby’s Adventure – £1.69 (was £3.49) / €2.49 (was €4.99)
  • Little Inferno – £4.49 (was £8.99) / €4.99 (was €9.99)
  • Metroid Prime Trilogy – £8.99 (was £17.99) / €9.99 (was €19.99)
  • Nano Assault NEO – £6.70 (was £8.99) / €7.49 (was €9.99)
  • NES Remix – £4.49 (was £8.99) / €4.99 (was €9.99)
  • NES Remix 2 – £4.49 (was £8.99) / €4.99 (was €9.99)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 – £1.69 (was £3.49) / €2.49 (was €4.99)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 – £8.99 (was £17.99) / €9.99 (was €19.99)
  • Super Mario World – £2.69 (was £5.49) / €3.99 (was €7.99)
  • Super Mario 64 – £4.49 (was £8.99) / €4.99 (was €9.99)
  • Super Metroid – £2.69 (was £5.49) / €3.99 (was €7.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past – £2.69 (was £5.49) / €3.99 (was €7.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – £4.49 (was £8.99) / €4.99 (was €9.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap – £3.09 (was £6.29) / €3.49 (was €6.99)
  • Toki Tori – £0.89 (was £1.79) / €0.99 (was €1.99)
  • Trine 2: Director’s Cut – £6.99 (was £13.99) / €8.49 (was €16.99)

3DS eShop

  • 3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure – £2.69 (was £5.39) / €2.99 (was €5.99)
  • Colors! 3D – £2.69 (was £5.39) / €2.99 (was €5.99)
  • Dillon’s Rolling Western – £4.49 (was £8.99) / €4.99 (was €9.99)
  • Fun! Fun! Minigolf TOUCH! – £1.85 (was £2.50) / €2.24 (was €2.99)
  • Gunman Clive – £0.99 (was £1.99) / €0.99 (was €1.99)
  • Kirby’s Dream Land – £1.79 (was £3.59) / €1.99 (was €3.99)
  • Pokédex 3D Pro – £6.69 (was £13.49) / €7.49 (was €14.99)
  • Pokémon Link: Battle! – £3.59 (was £7.19) / €3.99 (was €7.99)
  • Pokémon Trading Card Game – £2.19 (was £4.49) / €2.49 (was €4.99)
  • Pullblox – £2.69 (was £5.39) / €2.99 (was €5.99)
  • Shin Megami Tensei IV – £8.99 (was £17.99) / €9.99 (was €19.99)
  • SteamWorld Dig – £3.49 (was £7.99) / €4.49 (was €8.99)
  • Super Mario Bros. – £2.19 (was £4.49) / €2.49 (was €4.99)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 – £2.19 (was £4.49) / €2.49 (was €4.99)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 – £1.69 (was £3.49) / €2.49 (was €4.99)
  • Super Mario Land – £1.79 (was £3.59) / €1.99 (was €3.99)
  • Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins – £1.79 (was £3.59) / €1.99 (was €3.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda – £2.19 (was £4.49) / €2.49 (was €4.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX – £2.69 (was £5.39) / €2.99 (was €5.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages – £2.69 (was £5.39) / €2.99 (was €5.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons – £2.69 (was £5.39) / €2.99 (was €5.99)
  • Zen Pinball 3D – £1.79 (was £4.49) / €1.99 (was €4.99)

These game’s will also be receiving discounts in Australia, however I am currently unaware of what prices these games will have.

Simon Smith

Hi, I am Simon Smith, I am an avid video game fan and love to talk about and discuss games, which is what brought me here. I have been writing about games since 2012, mostly I enjoy spending my time writing about the Nintendo Switch but I also enjoy the 3DS as well as the Playstation 4. These days I cover most things from news, to reviews (I always have something in the works) to random pointless opinion pieces.

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