One of the finest games for the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch OLED, and Nintendo Switch Lite is now only $1.99 thanks to a new Nintendo eShop promotion. This offers a savings of $18, made possible by a 90% reduction, as the game in question usually costs $19.99. The promotion, however, is only valid through April 9, 2023. The pricing of the game will then return to normal after this. The mystery game is Within, to answer your question.
For those who aren’t familiar with Inside, it is regard as among the best puzzle platformers ever created and one of the best games of its generation. It significantly contributed to the development of the atmospheric 2.5D puzzle-platformer subgenre, together with its predecessor Limbo from 2010. The second game from the Danish studio, published by Playdead in 2016. Debuted with a Metacritic score of 93 and went on to sell millions of copies. With titles like Persona 5, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Overwatch, Dark Souls 3, and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Blood and Wine expansion, it is seated at the round table that represents the best games of 2016.
According to the game’s official elevator pitch, “Hunted and alone, a child finds himself lured into the center of a dark enterprise.” “Dark, story-driven platformer Inside combines action-packed gameplay with difficult puzzles. It has received praise from critics for its gloomy aesthetic, ethereal soundtrack, and eerie ambiance.”
The game requires a 1.5 GB download for Nintendo Switch. Depending on your puzzle-solving prowess, you can get three to four hours of content and one of the best games of the previous ten years for that plus $1.99. The game is available in the following languages. On Switch: Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Japanese, Italian, English, French, German, and more languages.
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