Flipping eck, I payed £35 for the Flashback Collectors Edition when it first came out.Flashback is 89p, Ghostbusters down to £11.99. Don't think I'll be able to resist either at those prices.
Also the two Toki Tori games are on offer again, and Rive. I'm tempted, but the backlog's big enough as it is. And reviews suggest they're hard. I don't have time for difficult games anymore but we'll see.
Never played it but it's meant to be pretty scary. Looks like a weird game but often features on YouTube channels like outside Xbox and whatculture as a brown trousers time game.Not sure if you guys seen the post on HUKD but Five Nights at Freddie's Help Wanted is only 36p on Swiss Nintendo eshop whereas its £28 on UK
No idea what it is but I bought it lol
Unless things have changed, it's not, no unfortunately. SA, you can switch your region to SA, use a credit card, purchase a game and switch back. The US won't work with credit cards so you need to purchase eshop credit in USD, apply it and buy games from this fund. If you have money left in your account (and you will) you can't switch back as far as I understand it.Is it just as easy to order from the US store as it is the likes of SA?
Nintendo have stopped 3rd parties selling digital versions of their 1st party titlesCurrently looking for the cheapest way to get 51 Worldwide Games for Switch (Digital Download). I can't find a cheap way online - usually a website like cdkeys would have a cheaper alternative than downloading it from the eShop.
Any assistance would be much appreciated.