Nintendo's Digital Deals sale is live right now, and there are a collection of especially enticing savings to be had on some of the best games on the portable platform.
Let's get this party started. Literally. Just Dance 2020 is £20, and features songs like Bad Guy by Billie Eilish, Into the Unknown by Idina Menzel and Aurora, Old Town Road by Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus, and Everybody by Backstreet Boys. Perhaps, you're missing the nights where you and your friends would paint the town red and devour the most magnificent cheesy chips to say sayonara to your misadventures. Perhaps, you're missing your aerobic classes at the gym, and the freedom to go freestyle in routines and shake it all about. Perhaps, you're feeling the strain that staying indoors places on your mind and body while in lockdown. Well, your woes are over. Just Dance 2020 is the solution, so get ready to trip the light fantastic in your living room. Just push the coffee table to one side and scoot the chairs away.
If you're wanting to raise your heart rate but you've not got a musical bone in your body, then I have good news. The Little Nightmares Complete Edition is 75% off, knocking its price down to £7. This gets you the original game plus its Secrets of the Maw DLC, which will set you up for the recently released Little Nightmares 2. "Unveil all the secrets in a parallel escape story where you play as the Runaway Kid, another prisoner looking for a way out of this place of misfortune. On his journey, The Kid will explore hidden parts of The Maw offering a different perspective on Six's adventures," reads the description. Mark considers Little Nightmares to be a "masterclass" in horror, and Little Nightmares 2 is a little more grown up, but hasn't left its past behind.
In the UK, half-term has only just begun for the little tykes, and if you're looking for a game to reward them for their studies, then there are a lot of family games for your perusal. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, an acclaimed crossover that shouldn't work but somehow does, is £11. Mario and company must collaborate with the chaotic Rabbids to bring them back to their own game, and it offers co-op challenges in its multiplayer mode. For less than £15, Overcooked and Overcooked 2 are available in the sale, and the second game boasts online multiplayer modes so that the kids can play with their pals.
Finally, there are a cracking lot of indies to discover in the Digital Deals. Monster Prom: XXL is £5, and bundles its DLC as well as all seasonal content released since its launch. Take it from me: this is an excellent multiplayer game for you and your housemates, but its content is definitely risqué from time to time. In addition, there are literally over one thousand possible outcomes in the game, so there's no telling where your quest for love will end up.
Mike really rated I Am Dead, a slow yet purposeful puzzle game with an "appealingly bittersweet story." It's published by Annapurna Interactive, and that company never misses a beat with its portfolio of captivating, interesting, and sympathetic games of all genres. It's £10, following a 30% deduction from its price tag. And, there's Brunch Club, which sees players transform into various foodstuffs and utensils to try and serve up a meal in the time available. Like Human Fall Flat, but you're all sausages. The most tempting thing? It's 95p in the sale.
Now, remember that this promotion expires on March 1st, so if you're still on the fence about a few of these titles, there's no rush to whisk them away into your cart. But, there are some stunning sales to snap up here, so don't let it slip your mind!
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