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The world might reeling, but some things never change: spring is the time of video game sales, and the Nintendo Switch is no exception. GameStop is having a sale for both new and used games for the console, including many first-party titles like Breath of the Wild and Splatoon 2. Third-party titles like Octopath Traveler and Civilization VI are available as well. Nearly all titles are $39.99 at the most, and a vast number of them are even cheaper.
The recent Direct Mini from Nintendo came as a surprise to just about everyone, mostly because it wasn’t announced beforehand. The thirty-minute long presentation included a massive array of information, including the release of the Panzer Dragoon remake, Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, and Good Job on the Switch. A demo for Square Enix’s Bravely Default 2 has also been made available, giving players plenty of things to enjoy doing today and for some time in the future.
There’s nothing better than getting a normally expensive product for a whole lot cheaper. Keeping an eye out for deals is standard fare during the holiday season, since we’d all like to get gifts for others or ourselves for cheap. Well, if you’ve been thinking about getting a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller, now is the best possible time to do it. That’s because you can get one at Walmart right now for the lowest price it’s ever been in the United States, $55.
Whether you’re looking to purchase a new Nintendo Switch or Switch Lite, Nintendo has a few deals going on for this Black Friday. The Nintendo Switch, a popular console that’s seen the top of the charts for the past 10 months, has a few specials going on for holiday shopping.
Amazon has a great deal on the Nintendo Switch (Updated Model) + $25 Amazon Gift Card (5670100) for $299.99 shipped! Video games have come a long way since they were first introduced in the 1970s. Single-player bulky game systems have transformed into elaborate multi-player networking handheld consoles. And while mobile gaming has become increasingly popular in recent years, at-home gaming still accounts for much of the video game industry. However, having the ability to do both at-home and mobile gaming with one single game console, like with the Nintendo Switch with Neon Blue and Neon Red Joy-Con, really makes certain you don't miss out on any of the action...
Nintendo Switch Online includes all sorts of nice benefits, and those benefits got even better lately with the recent update to their retro games library. Now there are over 60 NES and SNES games available with Nintendo Switch Online, including popular classics like Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and Super Mario World. Certainly not bad old school games to revisit at any rate. Normally you’d have to pay $20 USD for a full year of Nintendo Switch Online, which is, quite frankly, very affordable. That said, even though $20 USD is cheap, you know what’s even cheaper? Free. If you have Amazon Prime right now, you can get a full year of Nintendo Switch Online for Free.
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