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Best Nintendo Switch Deals: Just because the Nintendo Switch is flying off the shelves, doesn’t mean you can’t get a top Switch deal.

When Nintendo launched its Switch console in 2017, it provided something totally unique. Here was a device that could be played on the go like one of the company’s Game Boy or DS handhelds, but could also be run through your TV like a classic home console.

It was the seamless nature of this change-over that really sold the whole Switch deal. That and a first-year roster of games that we’ve scarcely seen the likes.

Here and now in early 2019, the Nintendo Switch is in a good place. It’s got a library of exclusive titles that’s the envy of the industry, from the lush open world adventuring of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to the joyous 3D platforming of Super Mario Odyssey.

But it’s also become the hot destination for for indie gaming. It’s arguably the best place to experience quirky games such as Dead Cells, Moonlighter, and Hollow Knight.

All of which explains (alongside Nintendo’s reluctance to eat into its margins with price cuts) why the Switch has held firm with its pricing.

While you won’t be finding an outright cheap Switch any time soon, though, it is possible to grab an appealing Switch deal. You just need to know where to look.


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Should I buy the Nintendo Switch? – If you or the person you’re buying for are a Nintendo fan, then the answer will emphatically be yes. The Switch will be supported well into the future, unlike Nintendo’s other presently available handheld, the Nintendo 3DS/2DS.

For anyone looking to buy their first Nintendo console, the Switch is a great starting point. With an accessible design that tablet owners will immediately understand, the Switch’s controllers can also be removed and used wirelessly, giving you immediate access to local multiplayer no matter where you are. Strictly speaking, road trips will never be the same again.

Outside of gaming, the Switch is a bit lacking in other features. Aside from a native YouTube app, there is no way to stream content from Netflix, Amazon or Now TV to the console, which leaves something to be desired. With the Hulu app for Switch recently released in the US however, we can expect more native apps to appear on the horizon.


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