Nintendo Switch Games That Are Cheaper On Mobile

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      1. Fifa 19 (EA Sports)

        Nintendo Switch: $59.99 ($79.99 CAD)
        Android: $FREE
        Is it a cheat to point to what EA Sports simply calls “Fifa Soccer” on Android and consider it Fifa 19? Or do you feel cheated after spending $60 – $80 on a game you could basically download for free on your tablet or phone? It’s a soccer game. Like, THE soccer game, if you’re into that. You’ve probably heard of the Fifa brand whether you like it or not. So you probably have an idea what to expect here. And the Switch version probably has a bunch of features or controls your phone’s app may not have. I mean, for the price of the Switch edition, it just has to have something new and exclusive.

        FIFA 19

        Learn more details about FIFA 19 for Nintendo Switch and take a look at gameplay screenshots and videos.

      2. MUSYNX (i-inferno)

        Nintendo Switch: $29.99 ($37.99 CAD)
        Android: $FREE
        Maybe the controls work better on the Switch version? Maybe it’s easier to play with motion control and on a TV with friends in the living room. Whatever it is that makes the Switch version cost minimum $30 more, it better be good. Because at a glance the game versions look exactly the same.


        Learn more details about MUSYNX for Nintendo Switch and take a look at gameplay screenshots and videos.

      3. Minecraft (Mojang)

        Nintendo Switch: $29.99
        Android: $9.99
        Minecraft is on every system so this isn’t surprising. What might be surprising is the extra $20 on the price tag. But you can try the game out on pretty much any phone for a third of that price, provided your phone is compatible. If you loved Lego, you’ll probably love Minecraft. Heck, if you love Fortnite, chances are you’ll love Minecraft. Then again, we’re pretty sure even your dog knows what Minecraft is, so chances are you already have it on at least one platform. But if not, it’s not too late.


        Learn more details about Minecraft for Nintendo Switch and take a look at gameplay screenshots and videos.

      4. Gear.Club Unlimited (Eden Games)

        Nintendo Switch: $44.99
        Android: $FREE
        Before you get too excited, this is a cheat for sure. Gear.Club: True Racing is free on Android, and probably isn’t quite the same as Gear.Club Unlimited or Gear.Club Unlimited 2 on the Switch. Though we can’t really think of what might be worth the $45 extra on the Switch. But it could be enhanced graphics, better control and new features and vehicles in the game. Hopefully. Try it on mobile first and if you’re hooked, consider purchasing the Switch version!

        Gear.Club Unlimited

        Available Now Coming Nov 21, 2017 Nintendo Switch Buy physical Uh-oh, you’re using an unsupported browser.To view the screenshot gallery, upgrade to the latest version of either Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, or Safari. More than just a race, an authentic cars universe!

      5. Flashback (Microids/Paul Cuisset)

        Nintendo Switch: $19.99 ($24.99 CAD)
        Android: $FREE
        This is a remake of an older game, looks to be about 25 years old. Which is funny, because that makes it $1 CAD per year it’s been around, if you’re buying the Switch edition. Who really knows if they planned that? Anyway, if you haven’t played the game before, maybe try the Android version before you rush to get it on Switch. And if you have played it before, well, it’s up to you and your nostalgia to figure out what platform you want this remake on.


        Learn more details about FLASHBACK for Nintendo Switch and take a look at gameplay screenshots and videos.

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