Black Friday Nintendo Switch deals: Build your perfect library for $100
The Nintendo Switch and its associated games rarely go on sale, but when it comes to Black Friday deals, even the Big N is not immune. Right now, there’s a ton of Switch gear on sale, from useful accessories to the console itself. However, as is often the case on Black Friday, the games are the real star of the show here.
Black Friday gaming deals are usually hit-or-miss, but there are almost always some solid sales on the games themselves. This is especially true for Nintendo games, which almost never go on sale otherwise. (Consider that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild still generally retails for $60, four years after its launch.) While the Switch games listed here aren’t absurdly inexpensive, it’s the best deal you’re going to get on them for some time to come.
Suppose you nab a Switch this year — which is not that hard, compared to a PS5 or an Xbox Series X. With these sales, you could build yourself a pretty handsome game library for $100. While Switch games tend to be a little more expensive than their PlayStation and Xbox counterparts, there are still plenty of good Black Friday sales, and the games could keep you busy for a long time to come.
Nintendo Switch Black Friday: $55 games
Nintendo Switch Black Friday: $50 games
Nintendo Switch Black Friday: $40 games
Nintendo Switch Black Friday: $30 games
Nintendo Switch Black Friday: $20 games
Black Friday Nintendo Switch games: Configurations
Building an ideal Nintendo Switch library for $100 is admittedly a little tricky, since so many of the system’s best titles are stuck at the $40 price. Still, I absolutely would not own a Switch without The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, so I would recommend working around that title if you don’t already own it.
That means that a 40-40-20 configuration might work well, since you could get Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey and the Final Fantasy X collection (or SpongeBob, if you’re feeling nostalgic). If you anticipate using your Switch as a command center for party games, you could also get Just Dance instead of Mario, and leave a few dollars left over.
Personally, if I were building my library from scratch, I would go with Breath of the Wild, Link’s Awakening and Mario + Rabbids — particularly because Mario + Rabbids is such an unexpected, joyful surprise. If you have any affinity for turn-based strategy games, it’s well worth its low asking price, and it won’t stay this cheap for long.
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