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GAME AWARDS: These Nintendo Switch Games Are Up To 50% Off!

If last week was Black Friday, is okay to call today Ultimate Friday?

The 2018 Game Awards have come and gone now and we’re checking out all the news and details in the aftermath. And right off the bat, we found Nintendo’s celebrating the Game Awards with surprise sales on some incredibly popular games! Whether you missed Black Friday or not, it’s worth checking out this sale to see what new games you can grab this time! The sales are on until Monday, December 10th, so you still have time to go check what’s on sale right now.

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We’re Canadian, so we’ll be marking the prices in CAD currency.

Diablo III: Eternal Collection
37% OFF!
Diablo III: Eternal Collection released a little over one month ago and Nintendo has already put it on sale for $49.99, marked down from $79.99. If you were interested in Diablo III on the Switch before, now may be the perfect time to buy it up!

Super Mario Odyssey
30% OFF!
Super Mario Odyssey got incredible praise from critics and fans alike and if you haven’t bought the game by now, you can get it for $55.99 until this Monday. Compared to the $79.99 price tag, the game’s looking better than ever. And don’t fret, late Odyssey explorer! The developers still add lots of hint art, costumes, and other content in the game.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
50% OFF!
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is one of the few FPS games on the Switch. If that’s the type of games you really want in your collection, you can pick this one up for $39.99, instead of $79.99. Popping that on my Wishlist now…

Xenoblade Chronicles 2
30% OFF!
I don’t play my copy enough… but it’s an amazing game! And for the lowered price of $55.99, down from $79.99, now’s the time to jump into this fantastic world.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
50% OFF!
Even if you haven’t played Skyrim, chances are you know a buddy who bought a copy. Or even a few copies on several platforms… This one, marked down to $39.99 from the regular price of $79.99, comes with some exclusive in-game Nintendo gear. And it’s portable. Yeah, your friend just bought another platform’s copy from reading this. You should get this one!

Starlink: Battle For Atlas
25% OFF!
Starlink was highly anticipated by fans of Starfox. If you happen to be a fan of that game yourself, you should check out Starlink: Battle For Atlas now while it’s only $59.99, down from $79.99.

Dragon Ball FighterZ
30% OFF!
Was $79.99, now only $55.99. Do you need more reason to check out Dragon Ball FighterZ, considered one of the best fighting games on the Switch, as well as one of the best Dragon Ball games?

Valkyria Chronicles 4
50% OFF!
Valkyria Chronicles 4 may not be quite as big as some of these names, but if it sells better at $39.99, down from $79.99, it may become a bigger hit than it was before!

BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle
25% OFF!
The fighting game, Blazblue Cross Tag Battle, is fairly popular, and it may be given a sudden boost of new life now that it’s $48.74, down from $64.99. I know I’m constantly eyeing it…

DOOM
$50% OFF!
A FPS like Wolfenstein. A game that arguably paved the way for other games, like Wolfenstein. A game that pretty much started the FPS genre, or at least mastered it. DOOM will tell you to go to Hell – literally. Destroy demons. And spend $39.99, rather than the regular price, $79.99.

Well, I’m officially broke again… Worth noting, Wii U games are also on sale right now. While it looks like most, if not all, were only about a buck or two, you can now find some Wii U games for as low as .44 cents. Whether they’re worth it or not, is up to you. But really, you can’t go too wrong spending a couple bucks for several new games.

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