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[Nintendo] Eshop Deals (Meh? Mid-WarmColdy-HotHOT!)

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Ouu may pick up Phoenix Wright trilogy at $26.79.

Transistor is a great game for 4.55!

Decent price to pick up the Steamworld games as well :)

Thanks OP!
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Serial Cleaner is a good Fast-Pasted plateformer in the same vain as Hotline Miami. (No Killing but Cleaning Crime Scenes from Murders without getting caught.) Easy buy for 1,50$ + Guacamelee is a no Brainer.
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So i sent my Nintendo Switch to Nintendo to get that upgrade promo. Is it possible to buy from the eshop w/o a Nintendo Switch?
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Regular eShop super hot deals

Hollow Knight: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/hollow-knight (roughly $4.50 CDN)
Celeste:
https://store.nintendo.com.ar/celeste (roughly $4.50 CDN)
Stardew Valley: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/stardewvalley (roughly $4.50 CDN)
Wargroove: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/wargroove (roughly $5.50 CDN)
Katana Zero: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/katana-zero (roughly $4.50 CDN)
Cuphead: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/cuphead (roughly $13.50 CDN)
Jackobz wrote: Hotline Miami collection is 279.99(7$) peso in argentina vs 31.50$ from canadian store.

https://store.nintendo.com.ar/hotline-miami-collection
Kojima wrote: Risk of rain 2 is about $11 CDN in Argentina eshop.
https://store.nintendo.com.ar/risk-of-rain-2
1 - From accounts.nintendo.com, change your country to Argentina
2 - Visit the Argentina eShop (https://store.nintendo.com.ar/)
3 - For payment, use your real name and address, but select a random Argentinian province, insert a random 8-digit as your DNI (e.g. 12345678) and use your Postal Code as CPA.

I paid using my Rogers MasterCard and received my code by email a few minutes later.
Last edited by Balzard on Sep 12th, 2019 4:20 pm, edited 7 times in total.
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LucidAspiration wrote: So i sent my Nintendo Switch to Nintendo to get that upgrade promo. Is it possible to buy from the eshop w/o a Nintendo Switch?
I, too, would like to buy some games without a Switch. So far trying to do so on the website produces an error. It's not looking like it can be done.

Edit: I've come to realize I can't buy games because my account isn't linked to a console (I just sold it and have a Switch Lite on pre-order.)
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Balzard wrote: Regular eShop super hot deals

Hollow Knight: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/hollow-knight (roughly $4.50 CDN)
Stardew Valley: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/stardewvalley (roughly $4.50 CDN)
Wargroove: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/wargroove (roughly $5.50 CDN)

1 - From accounts.nintendo.com, change your country to Argentina
2 - Visit the Argentina eShop (https://store.nintendo.com.ar/?SID=843a ... qe8e6go4iq)
3 - For payment, use your real name and address, but select a random Argentinian province, insert a random 8-digit as your DNI (e.g. 12345678) and use your Postal Code as CPA.

I paid using my Rogers MasterCard and received my code by email a few minutes later.
I did this the other day, paid using my CIBC visa debit, worked fine.
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I may get the first devil may cry for 14.99 ($5 off)

Not hot but seems worth
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Damn I didn't know you could do this. Just did it with my Amex and picked up all 3. Cheers!
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Any other ways to take advantage of that Argentinian currency collapse? Face With Tears Of Joy
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Balzard wrote: Regular eShop super hot deals

Hollow Knight: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/hollow-knight (roughly $4.50 CDN)
Stardew Valley: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/stardewvalley (roughly $4.50 CDN)
Wargroove: https://store.nintendo.com.ar/wargroove (roughly $5.50 CDN)

1 - From accounts.nintendo.com, change your country to Argentina
2 - Visit the Argentina eShop (https://store.nintendo.com.ar/?SID=843a ... qe8e6go4iq)
3 - For payment, use your real name and address, but select a random Argentinian province, insert a random 8-digit as your DNI (e.g. 12345678) and use your Postal Code as CPA.

I paid using my Rogers MasterCard and received my code by email a few minutes later.
Is there a downside to this? Like.. I don't know.. If I ever want to download the games I bought that way in the future, do I need to remember specifically in what "country" I bought them? Or can I simply download them without the hassle of switching countries once it's paid?
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Voltz23 wrote: Is there a downside to this? Like.. I don't know.. If I ever want to download the games I bought that way in the future, do I need to remember specifically in what "country" I bought them? Or can I simply download them without the hassle of switching countries once it's paid?
No downsides, the titles are linked to your account and can be redownloaded no matter what country you have selected.
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Nov 15, 2013
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Voltz23 wrote: Is there a downside to this? Like.. I don't know.. If I ever want to download the games I bought that way in the future, do I need to remember specifically in what "country" I bought them? Or can I simply download them without the hassle of switching countries once it's paid?
Balzard wrote: No downsides, the titles are linked to your account and can be redownloaded no matter what country you have selected.
One major downside is if you have eShop credit on your account, you lose it if you switch regions.
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I don't know what it is, but using a "comma" in place of a "period" before the cents in prices just drives me nutty!!
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Voltz23 wrote: Is there a downside to this? Like.. I don't know.. If I ever want to download the games I bought that way in the future, do I need to remember specifically in what "country" I bought them? Or can I simply download them without the hassle of switching countries once it's paid?
Nope, for the Argentina store they send you a code to redeem in the eshop for your own country. The game is then tied to your original Nintendo account, not your new Argentina one.

You can also buy extra copies as gifts. Hollow Knight is a 10/10 gift Ok Hand Sign
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Ah, Deemo and Voez are also 30% off... I’ve been eyeing the physical versions for a few weeks, but they’re like $50 and $35 respectively.

I try to get physical copies whenever possible, but the savings for digital are pretty good here.

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