As a collector of physical Switch cartridges, my principles forbid me buy a digital download for more than $10, so every week I find five great budget Switch games in the Nintendo eShop discounted to $10 or less. (in no particular order.)
This week’s top five:
In Skully, you play as… well, a skull. you kind of roll and hop your way around and you learn to form clay figure bodies around your disembodied skull. each body you inhabit will have different abilities and powers to help you face the challenges that lay ahead.
Wizard Of Legend
This fast and fluid dungeon-crawling rogue-like has almost everything you could want in a twin-stick roguelike, even co-op multiplayer! There are hundreds of spells and combinations available to build your wizard to fit your play style and keep you coming back for more.
Real Myst: Masterpiece Edition
Myst is a classic puzzle game that defined PC gaming in the ’90s. The Masterpiece Edition has the highest-quality remastered 3D environments available and also preserves the original FMV cutscenes.
$24.99 $9.99 (Demo available)
With a final free update DLC, Wounds of Eventide, coming out in December, there’s never been a better time to jump into Blasphemous than right now. You can experience the entire amazing story from the very beginning to the very end for only ten dollars.
Yooka-Laylee and The Impossible Lair
You’ve probably seen this (or the prequel) on this list many times, and that’s because I just can’t get enough. It’s a true love letter to 2D/3D platformers from the era of the N64. Brough to you by the same team as Banjo-Kazooie, the Yooka-Laylee games never disappoint.
A Hat In Time
A Hat In Time is what I would expect from a kid-friendly chibi Doctor-Who game. You play as a kid with no name other than “Hat Kid” whose hat is the source of her time-traveling powers, but her fuel has been lost and you must jump, climb, and fight your way through the ages to recover the fuel and travel to the next time period.
For more great deals, check out last week’s list as many of those games might still be on sale! I’ll be back next week with another list of five great budget Switch games in the Nintendo eShop discounted to $10 or less!