Walmart Offers Up To 30% Off On Select Nintendo Switch Games

Several weeks ago, Walmart introduced amazing deals on gaming hardware ahead of Black Friday. Now, for those who can't wait until the end of November to snag some deals, Walmart is offering decent discounts on several games for the Nintendo Switch. It was not indicated how long Walmart's sale on Switch games will be available, but it is likely that the prices will remain the same before the start of Black Friday

Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020 - $49.94 ($59.99). Headlining Walmart's sale is Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020, which is a sports game that features a crossover between characters from Nintendo's Super Mario and Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. The game is set to release on November 5th, and players can pre-order the game via Walmart for only $49.94.

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Yoshi's Crafted World - $43.94 ($59.99). Another good first-party Nintendo game available at Walmart's sale is Yoshi's Crafted World. The game was initially announced back at E3 2017 and was its release was delayed until March of 2019. Yoshi's Crafted World is a side-scrolling platform game and serves as the eighth main installment in the Yoshi series of games. The game is already available on the Nintendo Switch now for only $43.94.

Super Mario Maker 2 - $43.94 ($59.99). This one is also a side-scrolling platform game but also features the ability for players to create their own courses using assets from several games across the Super Mario franchise. During the release of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening last September, Nintendo released eight Zelda-themed courses in Super Mario Maker 2 to celebrate.

Other Switch Games in Walmart's Sale include:

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