Nintendo Switch players rush to get ‘revenge shooter’ game worth £18 landing in baskets for only 89p

NINTENDO Switch players can save £17 on a top title inspired by Hong Kong action films.

The game has received mixed reviews since its release in 2019.

The Hong Kong Massacre is now just 89p


The Hong Kong Massacre is now just 89pPhoto credit: Untold Tales

Some have described it as difficult while others say it is addictive.

The game is called “The Hong Kong Massacre”.

The creators describe it as a “hard-boiled revenge story” in which you play the role of a former police officer who sets out to hunt down his partner’s murderer.

Nintendo is currently selling The Hong Kong Massacre for just 89p.

That’s less than the usual price of £17.99.

So overall you save 95 percent.

The offer is available at Nintendo’s eShop.

But you can only get it for a limited time, so don’t wait forever.

The deal runs until October 7th.

It comes at a time when Nintendo is launching a huge summer sale.

Players can currently score bargains on big-name titles including Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition, Assassin’s Creed: The Rebel Collection and Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope.

The full list of offers can be found here.

All prices in this article were correct at the time of writing but may have changed since then.

Always do your own research before making a purchase.

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