Is it really that easy Kev, have you done it? I haven't yet (mainly collecting physical games) but when I have looked it sounded more complicated., I guess I did word that incorrectly. Change your country in your Nintendo profile on mynintendo.com, reboot your switch and you can now buy Smash brothers for approx. £40 from Argentina ( £60 UK!! ). I guess you all already knew that though .
Yes, it's that easy. Definitely save a few £ on every digital game. Have a look at an app called switch eshop saver ( on android at least, should be an iphone version ) which lists the price of each game from low to high by country, needless to say the UK is usually near the bottom of the list ( just like pinball machine prices! ). As an example I paid £18 for Dead Cells, it's £22.50 in the UK ( £25 cheapest I could find on physical ).Is it really that easy Kev, have you done it? I haven't yet (mainly collecting physical games) but when I have looked it sounded more complicated.
Thanks @kevlar. This site seems useful too - https://eshop-prices.com/Have a look at an app called switch eshop save
Yes I came across that when trying to buy from Japanese store.
I’ll be buying Link’s Awakening (again).Really enjoyed the stream of Nintendos keynote at E3 yesterday - loads of big games, no hardware announced.
Highlights for me - Luigis Mansion 3 & Zelda : Links Awakening
Defo worth a skip through if you like your Nintendo Switch
I am waiting for E3 as there is talk of a huge reduction in costs... but it's just talk.
Have Nintendo ever hugely reduced a console? Imho the cut down version and higher end version are goers, if I didn't own I'd try and hang on for something this year, but it would be hard!Surprised no hardware announcement - I am legitimately considering skipping "next gen" with PS4 in favour of this...