Best Switch games for less than 5 euros now on sale on eShop
It’s a hot weekend, which means that if you are planning a trip you could always consider bringing the Nintendo Switch with you , especially if you may have to take public transport to move to your coveted destination. Personally, the idea of a portable console has been very useful in moments of great boredom from commuting, waiting at airports and stations: these are the moments when you browse all the games in your library to decide to start something new.
If you too see yourself in this strange phenomenon – filling your boredom with video games – know that we went around Nintendo eShop to see what are the best games that you can now buy for less than 5 euros .
It is not (obviously) an exhaustive list, but it is designed to give you some suggestions in case you are looking for ideas on games to experiment with very little money.
Let’s see games for less than 5 euros on Nintendo eShop for this weekend
Play for less than 5 euros now on Nintendo eShop
Super Bomberman R – € 4.49 instead of € 29.99
Deponia Collection – € 3.99 instead of € 39.99
Peaky Blinders: Mastermind – € 3.74 instead of € 24.99
Namco Musesum: Vol. 1 – € 4.99 instead of € 19.99
Silence – € 1.99 instead of € 19.99
911 Operator – € 1.09 instead of € 21.99
Lumo – € 1.99 instead of € 19.99
Hue – € 1.99 instead of € 9.99
Crypt of the NecroDancer – € 3.99 instead of € 19.99
Child of Light – € 4.99 instead of € 19.99
The Flame in the Flood – € 2.99 instead of € 14.99
The Suicide of Rachel Foster – € 4.99 instead of € 19.99
The Long Journey Home – € 1.99 instead of € 19.99
Thomas Was Alone – € 1.99 instead of € 9.99
Valiant Hearts: The Great War – € 4.99 instead of € 19.99
You can see all the other proposals for less than 5 euros directly by visiting this link to Nintendo eShop , or on your console.
We remind you that the games you find in the list are compatible with any version of Nintendo Switch: whether you have the latest OLED (you can find it on Amazon with fast shipping ), whether you have the standard or you have dived into the Lite – a unless, of course, we are talking about games that require the specific use of individual Joy-Con, which in the case of the Lite you should buy separately.
If all this abundance of Switch proposals is giving you a headache and you risk spending the weekend just understanding something, we come to your rescue: take a look at our guide in which we show you all the differences between the various models, so that you can find the ideal one for you.