PQube Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Nintendo Switch Sale

PQube Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Nintendo Switch Sale
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Indie Publisher PQube are known for some well-known games on the Nintendo Switch and to celebrate their 10th anniversary, they’ve decided to hold a special sale on the Switch’s eShop:

This year marks the 10th anniversary of PQube and to celebrate this, the UK-based publisher announced a sale on the Nintendo eShop. From August 8th to 22nd, some of their most popular titles will be reduced by up to 60% in the UK, EU and US, including:

Fighting games like Guilty Gear and BlazBlue
Visual novels like WORLDEND SYNDROME, Kotodama and Our World Is Ended
Indie hits like Cat Quest and Aggelos
Japanese goodness and party games like Gal*Gun 2 and Nippon Marathon

Please find the full alphabetical list below:

  • 25% off on Aggelos
  • 25% off on BLAZBLUE CENTRALFICTION Special Edition
  • 25% off on BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle
  • 60% off on Cat Quest
  • 50% off on Gal*Gun 2
    • 50% off on all Gal*Gun 2 DLC sets
  • 50% off on Guilty Gear
  • 25% off on Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus R
  • 40% off on Hell Warders
  • 30% off on Kotodama
  • 50% off on Muddledash
  • 40% off on Nippon Marathon
  • 25% off on Our World Is Ended.
  • 25% off on PlataGO! Super Platform Maker
  • 50% off on Razed
  • 40% off on STAY
  • 40% off on Tokyo School Life
  • 40% off on Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story
  • 25% off on WORLDEND SYNDROME

Apart from that, don’t forget our most recent launches: the fantastically charming Songbird Symphony and the slick and stylish KILL la KILL – IF, plus all the goodies still to come for the rest of the year, including Root Letter: Last Answer later this month, as well as Gun Gun Pixies, Cat Quest 2 and AeternoBlade II, scheduled to launch later this autumn.
Enjoy, and here’s to another ten!

Source: PQube PR