Grab some of the best Nintendo Switch games on sale.

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey, and Splatoon 2 are no longer on sale, but that doesn’t mean the chances to save on Nintendo Switch games are over. There are plenty of other games discounted right now to help build your collection, including the excellent Octopath Traveler and Pokemon, Let’s Go: Eevee, among others.

There’s also one of the best Nintendo Switch deals going since the Black Friday bundles. You can get a new Nintendo Switch bundle for $299 with $35 free eShop credit included. That’s $35 of free Nintendo money. Score.

Octopath Traveller for $49.99

This is a must-have for old-school JRPG fans. The gorgeous tilt-shift graphics are like 16-bit papercraft, and the battle system is one of the best and most inventive in ages.

Bayonetta 2 (Digital Code) for $49.99



One of the best action games of all time is on sale and you can start playing it almost immediately with the digital code. This is something of an odd-ball for Nintendo but the game is so undeniably fun you can see why Nintendo had to secure its exclusivity.

Mario Tennis Aces for $49.99


A return to form for the Mario Tennis series, the franchise debut on Nintendo Switch is a blast, especially if you love to embrace Nintendo at its weirdest.

Sid Meier’s Civilization VI for $44.99



Having Civilization VI in a portable form is both a blessing and a curse. A blessing because you can play it anywhere. A curse because… you can play it anywhere. Good luck going to sleep when you can make just one more turn in bed.

Pokken Tournament DX for $49



This is Pokemon battling at its most visceral. Well, really it’s an extremely competent fighting game, and one you should definitely check out.

Pokemon: Let’s Go Eevee for $45.98


I personally recommend getting the Eevee version of Pokemon Let’s Go, because Eevee is so cute. But the price is lower than the Pikachu version, making this a better deal.

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy for $29.99



The remastered version of the legendary PlayStation trilogy is available on-the-go on the Switch, and the price has been dropped 25% from its introductory list.

Valkyria Chronicles 4 for $39.25


Having this on the Switch is perfect because you can pick it up and put it down whenever you feel like it. The special Memoirs From Battle edition, which includes extras like a model tank and art book, is also on sale for $59.97.

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate for $36.08



The Nintendo Switch debut of one of Capcom’s funnest franchises is marked down 35% right now. Monster Hunter is made even better on the go, so if you’ve been holding off, now’s your chance.

Dragon Ball FighterZ for $47.87



A fantastic and fun fighting game set in the Dragon Ball Z universe, it’s made even better on Switch by virtue of the take-anywhere hybrid nature of the console.

Starlink: Battle for Atlas Starter Pack for $25.39


This criminally overlooked game is even better on Switch, because it comes with a model Arwing and Star Fox content not found on the other versions. And during the February 13 Nintendo Direct, Nintendo revealed new Star Fox content is coming this spring. The price is amazing right now, and the game really is a lot of fun.

Fire Emblem Warriors for $31.88


You’ve met them in Smash, but if you haven’t played them in Fire Emblem, you can pick up the excellent Fire Emblem Warriors on sale right now.

Rayman Legends Definitive Edition for $19.93


One of the most charming side-scrolling series of all time sees its latest entry on Switch on sale right now. This is a wonderful game with wonderful style and should be a part of everyone’s library.

LEGO DC Super-Villains for $34.71


LEGO DC Super Villains lets you create your very own custom super villain, as well as take control of some of DC’s most famous and nefarious evil-doers.

Looking for more great deals? Check out our regularly updated guide to the best Nintendo Switch deals of 2019. Also be sure to check out our guide to every 2019 game release date, as well as our guide to every DVD, Blu-ray, 4K Blu-ray and theatrical movie release dates.

Nintendo eShop Gift Cards:

These aren’t on sale, but they’re a fast and easy way to start filling up your new Nintendo Switch with games.

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