Diablo 3, Super Smash Bros. and tons of other great switch game offerings


Get settled with some of the best Nintendo Switch games.

By Seth G. Macy

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Good news: if you have been slow to get Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, your patience has been rewarded. Smash, and a host of other Nintendo Switch games, now cost less than $ 50. And there are other great Switch games for even less, including Diablo III Eternal Collection.

If you have not yet got a switch, fantastic Nintendo Switch deals are in the works, including one of the best Switch deals we've ever seen and the return of the Pokemon Special Edition: Let's # 39; Go Pikachu Switch.

Diablo III Eternal Collection for $ 39.99


This could be one of the best switching ports on the market. Diablo III to go is everything you love about Diablo III, wherever you are. I absolutely love this game, and even if you've played it to death in one of its previous editions, being able to retrieve it and play it in a portable way adds a whole new level of pleasure to this already incredible game.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for $ 49.94


It seems like a stage creator mode Super Smash Bros. comes in the next update, so grab a copy now to avoid looking like a stage designer fan. Plus, it's on sale!

Octopath Traveler for $ 44.99


This is one of my favorite Switch favorite games and a great way to bring the JRPG's sensibility to old school in the modern era. I could tell at length how much I love this game, but I had already done so in my comment on Octopath Traveler.

Tales of Vesperia – Final Edition for $ 34.99


From the point of view of pure content, the amount of game you get for money with Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition is amazing. Now, it is on sale, making it an even better value of cost to content.

Civilization VI for $ 39.99


If you already have Civ 6 on PC, it is also worth choosing the Switch version. You can now access the same backup files from your PC with the Switch version, and vice versa, which means you can resume your steps and take your civilization home. As if it was not already addictive enough.

ARM for $ 47


ARMS is one of the best fighting games in the world, even if it is at least strange and so delicious. But it's also very entertaining and on sale now.

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for $ 49.68


Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is a gigantic and gigantic game that anyone of interest to the JRPG should take a look at the test. This is on sale now too, big bonuses.

Pokemon Let's Go: Pikachu / Eevee for $ 49.93


If you are as excited about Pokemon's next main games as the rest of humanity, the wait is pretty unbearable. Pokemon Sword and Shield only arrives late in the year. So, expect the charming Let's Go series.

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Gel for $ 49.94


All you need to know about Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze on Nintendo Switch is that it includes a new Funky mode. If you are not familiar with the details of the Funky mode, the problem is solved, which makes it fun for kids and adults who do not want to bang their heads against a wall trying to defeat a penguin very mean.

Mario Tennis Aces for $ 49.94


Mario Tennis Aces is a fit back for the Mario Tennis series. Colorful graphics, strange ways to play tennis and a crazy story make this man ace … a tennis ace Mario. Please, forgive me.

Kirby Star Allies for $ 49.94


Kirby is the most popular darling cream in the world, and rightly so. Not only is Kirby adorable, but he has the power to absorb the soul of his opponents by devouring them on the battlefield.

Bayonetta 2 for $ 49.94


It's a super good deal because not only is it on sale, but you also get two games for the price of one. If you have never played in Bayonetta, good news: it is included in Bayonetta 2. Personally, I like this game and I had a lot of fun from this game on Wii U, because that's what it's all about. is the kind of player I am.

Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition for $ 49.94


This is another one of those great games that seems maybe it should not work, but it works totally. The Definitive Edition contains all downloadable content on the cart. You do not need to download them from the eShop. You can simply drag it into your switch and start reducing (or hacking, your call).

Seth Macy is the technology and commerce publisher at IGN and just wants to be your friend. Find it on Twitter @sethmacy.

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