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Nintendo Downloads - February 6, 2020

by Donald Theriault - February 5, 2020, 5:00 am PST
Total comments: 5 Source: Nintendo

Happy early birthday, Dad - I got you a legally distinct Sherlock Holmes.

My own personal game of the week this week is a boarding from the Otome Armada: Code: Realize provides a bit of historical otome with Van Helsing, Victor Frankenstein and... "Herlock Sholmes". Apparently they don't want to mess with the Doyle estate. Some of the bigger games of the week are Netflix strategy RPG The Dark Crystal and the Tearaway-adjacent Knights and Bikes, or you can get your ninja on with Kunai.

The Turing Test is a Square Enix Collective game, and looks to be a unique puzzle game with some nice discounts (or in one case, just not applying the exchange rate). The Archives release is 1989 Jaleco-developed shooter Tenseiryuu Saint Dragon.

North America

Switch Retail

Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame 3 (US$49.99/C$59.99: Tuesday)

Code: Realize - Guardian of Rebirth ($39.99/$50.39)

Switch eShop

Knights and Bikes ($19.99/$26.99)

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics ($19.99/$25.19: Tuesday)

7th Sector ($19.99/$25.19: Wednesday)

The Turing Test ($19.99: Friday)

Kunai ($16.99/$21.50)

Bridge Builder Adventure ($14.99/$18.99: Friday)

Kitty Powers' Matchmaker ($14.99/$18.99: Friday)

Marooners ($14.99/$18.89: Friday)

Shiny Ski Resort ($14.00/$17.64)

Yuki Zero Yuomi: Rises ($12.99/$16.49)

Rolling Sky 2 ($12.99/$16.37)

Please The Gods ($9.99/$12.59: Monday)

The Town of Light: Deluxe Edition ($9.99/$12.59: Friday)

The Man With The Ivory Cane ($9.99/$12.59)

SEN: Seven Eight Nine ($9.99/$11.99)

Nerved ($8.99/$11.33)

Crash Drive 2 ($8.99/$11.33: Friday)

Wide Ocean Big Jacket ($7.99/$9.99: Tuesday)

Just A Phrase ($7.99/$9.99)

ELEA: Paradigm Shift ($7.99/$9.99: Saturday)

Voxel Pirates ($7.28/$9.51)

Rune Lord ($6.99/$8.81: Friday)

EQQO ($6.00/$7.50: Friday)

Hair Mower 3D ($5.99/$7.55: Monday)

Super Korotama ($4.99/$6.29: Friday)

Zero Zero Zero Zero ($4.99/$5.99: Friday)

3DS eShop

Quarters, Please! Vol. 2 ($4.99/$6.49)

Tank Onslaught ($1.99/$2.51)

Switch Archives

Tenseiryuu Saint Dragon ($7.99/$9.87)

Europe

Switch Retail

Monster Energy Supercross - The Official Videogame 3 (€59.99/£53.99: Tuesday)

Code: Realize - Guardian of Rebirth (€39.99/£35.99)

Switch eShop

Arc of Alchemist (€39.99/£35.99)

Knights and Bikes (€21.99/£19.79)

7th Sector (€19.99/£17.99: Wednesday)

The Turing Test (€19.99/£15.99: Friday)

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics (€17.99/£16.99: Tuesday)

Kunai (€16.99/£15.29)

Bridge Builder Adventure (€14.99/£13.49: Friday)

Kitty Powers' Matchmaker (€13.29/£11.99)

Shiny Ski Resort (€13.00/£11.69)

Marooners (€12.99/£11.69: Friday)

Yuki Zero Yuomi: Rises (€10.99/£9.99)

Rolling Sky 2 (€11.69/£10.49)

Please The Gods (€9.99/£8.99: Monday)

SEN: Seven Eight Nine (€9.99/£8.99)

The Man With The Ivory Cane (€9.99/£8.99)

The Town of Light: Deluxe Edition (€9.99/£7.99: Friday)

Battleground (€8.99/£8.09)

Nerved (€8.99/£7.99)

Crash Drive 2 (€7.99/£7.19: Friday)

Just A Phrase (€7.99/£6.99)

ELEA: Paradigm Shift (€7.99/£6.99: Friday)

Wide Ocean Big Jacket (€6.99/£6.29: Tuesday)

Rune Lord (€6.99/£6.29)

EQQO (€6.00/£5.40: Friday)

LocO-SportS (€5.99/£5.39: Friday)

Hair Mower 3D (€5.50/£4.99: Monday)

Zero Zero Zero Zero (€4.99/£4.99: Friday)

Super Korotama (€4.99/£4.49: Friday)

Switch Archives

Tenseiryuu Saint Dragon (€6.99/£6.29)

Japan

Touhou Spell Bubble (¥5800)

Marooners (¥2749)

Graveyard Keeper (¥2390)

Kunai (¥1775)

Roof Rage (¥1650)

Cat Quest II (¥1500)

Rolling Sky 2 (¥1450)

Yuki Zero Yuomi: Rises (¥1280)

Shiny Ski Resort (¥1500)

Voxel Pirates (¥850)

Tenseiryuu Saint Dragon (¥838)

Persona 5 Scramble: The Phantom Strikers (demo)

Talkback

KhushrenadaFebruary 05, 2020

And where is the place to go to check for eShop discounts since the spreadsheet has become kaput? You mentioned or linked something a few articles back but I has forgotten.  :-[

https://www.dekudeals.com

KhushrenadaFebruary 05, 2020

Thank you!

pokepal148Spencer Johnson, Contributing WriterFebruary 06, 2020

Quote from: Khushrenada

Thank you!

I use PSprices myself. It's less full featured but it also supports basically every active digital storefront atm which includes the 3DS and Wii U.

KhushrenadaFebruary 07, 2020

I like Deku Deals because it tells you if a sale matches or exceeds a previous low. Know you're getting the best deal. However, having PSprices still list 3DS and Wii U sales is very handy so I suppose I'll just have to keep track of both. Thanks.

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