Dealmaster: Take $15 off a trio of popular Nintendo Switch games

, , and are all down to $45.

These titles have dropped to this price a few times in the past, but they’re all still good for a $15 discount. To be frank, we’d like to see their prices sink a bit lower considering they all launched in 2017, but more substantial deals from reputable retailers have been few and far between. Nevertheless, each game is still worth owning. You can read our reviews of each game for more details, but ‘s inventiveness‘s sense of wonder, and ‘s colorful multiplayer haven’t aged badly at all. Many Switch owners have these games already, but if you just grabbed the console, this might be a good excuse to catch up on some of its early essentials.

If you aren’t hitched to the Switch wagon, though, we also have deals on popular games for the PS4 and Xbox One, including , , and . And if you don’t care about video games at all, one, what is wrong with you, and two, you can catch more discounts on iPads, Amazon devices, ThinkPads, portable batteries, and more below.

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