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Nintendo eShop Black Friday deals: Dozens of Wii U and 3DS games up to 50% off

Nintendo Black Friday Deals

Following the commencement of Black Friday sales on both the PlayStation and Xbox digital stores, Nintendo launched its own holiday sales event on Wednesday afternoon. From now until December 5th, Wii U and 3DS owners will be able to save up to 50% on select digital games on Nintendo’s eShop.

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By my count, there are 24 discounted Wii U games and 22 3DS games on sale, so whichever platform you prefer, you’ll have a wide selection of games to choose from. We’ll start with some highlights from the Wii U deals:

  • The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD: $34.99 (was $49.99)
  • Just Dance 2017 Gold Edition: $35.99 (was $59.99)
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2: $9.99 (was $19.99)
  • Kirby’s Return to Dream Land: $9.99 (was $19.99)
  • Kirby Mass Attack: $4.99 (was $9.99)
  • Star Fox Zero: $34.99 (was $49.99)
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens: $23.99 (was $39.99)
  • Terraria: $22.49 (was $29.99)
  • Super Meat Boy: $11.20 (was $14.99)
  • Darksiders II: $9.99 (was $39.99)

And some of the best options from the 3DS side of the Black Friday sale:

  • Hyrule Warriors Legends: $27.99 (was $39.99)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes: $23.99 (was $39.99)
  • Monster Hunter Generations: $23.99 (was $39.99)
  • Fire Emblem Awakening: $19.99 (was $39.99)
  • Kirby Fighters Deluxe: $3.49 (was $6.99)
  • Mario & Luigi: Dream Team: $19.99 (was $39.99)
  • Project X Zone 2: $19.99 (was $39.99)
  • Mega Man Legacy Collection: $7.49 (was $14.99)
  • Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward: $12.49 (was $24.99)
  • Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma: $27.99 (was $39.99)

The prices of Nintendo games take significantly longer to drop than games on any other console, so if any of these games stand out to you, I’d recommend jumping on them before the sale ends at 11:59AM ET on December 5th.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.

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