Gaming on a budget isn’t always easy, but wait long enough and you might find some pretty sweet deals on quality third party games! From now until August 8, publisher NIS America is hosting a sale on a vast majority of their library across the Nintendo Switch, 3DS, and Wii U eShops for discounts of up to 50% off. If you’ve been itching to try RPGs like Ys VIII, dive deep into the Disgaea franchise, or feel like going retro with the SNK 40th Anniversary Collection, now might be the best time!


  • Disgaea 1 Complete$29.99 (previously $49.99)
  • Disgaea 5 Complete$19.99 (previously $39.99)
  • Fallen Legion: Rise to Glory$19.99 (previously $39.99)
  • God Wars: The Complete Legend$23.99 (previously $39.99)
  • Happy Birthdays$19.99 (previously $39.99)
  • Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk$29.99 (previously $49.99)
  • Lapix x Labyrinth$20.99 (previously $29.99)
  • Penny-Punching Princess$19.99 (previously $39.99)
  • SNK 40th Anniversary Collection$27.99 (previously $39.99)
  • The Caligula Effect: Overdose$32.49 (previously $49.99)
  • The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince$12.99 (previously $19.99)
  • The Longest Five Minutes$19.99 (previously $39.99)
  • The Lost Child$24.99 (previously $49.99)
  • The Princess Guide$23.99 (previously $39.99)
  • Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded$29.99 (previously $49.99)
  • Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle$9.99 (previously $19.99)
  • Yomawari: The Long Night Collection$23.99 (previously $39.99)
  • Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA$29.99 (previously $59.99)


  • Culdcept Revolt$14.99 (previously $29.99)
  • Rodea: The Sky Soldier$7.99 (previously $19.99)
  • RPG Maker Fes$14.99 (previously $29.99)

Wii U

  • Rodea: The Sky Soldier$7.99 (previously $19.99)

There are a handful of games here that have been in my wishlist for a while now, especially The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince and Rodea: The Sky Soldier (shame the higher regarded Wii version is harder to find nowadays), and it never hurts to beef up your library with old arcade classics with SNK 40th. Hopefully these bargains aren’t too indicative of ongoing financial struggles at Nippon Ichi Software.

Which of these would you pick up on the Nintendo eShop? If you already own some of these, which would you recommend to other players? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!


Jeffrey McDonell
I'm just a hobbyist freelancer who writes for fun, previously under Gamnesia and The Sonic Stadium. I grew up on Nintendo consoles since the Game Boy Advance and GameCube—with standouts like Sonic, Mario, and Zelda defining my childhood—and am especially fond of video game music and remixes.


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