Black Friday Deal: Get Yoshi's Crafted World (Switch) For Only $27 This Week

The adorable Nintendo Switch platformer is getting a nice discount at GameStop for Black Friday 2020.


Black Friday 2020 is just around the corner now, and if you're looking to pick up some great games on the cheap this year, you'll have lots of options to choose from. Many retailers are offering some especially good video game deals during their respective Black Friday sales, including on some first-party Nintendo Switch titles like Yoshi's Crafted World.

"Yoshi's Crafted World is at its best when it's relaxing and pleasant. The 2D-to-3D level design keeps you curious while the go-at-your-own-pace approach keeps the pressure off and leaves you to appreciate the small, imaginative details," we wrote in our Yoshi's Crafted World review. "Its most interesting ideas never evolve past their first introductions and are frequently confined to one or two levels, but individually, those levels both reward your curiosity and your willingness to slow down and look at what's around you--and it's those simple pleasures that provide the most joy."

If you're in the market for more Switch games, a bunch of other first-party titles are getting nice discounts for Black Friday as well. Fire Emblem: Three Houses, New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, and Splatoon 2 will also be on sale for $27 each at GameStop, while Luigi's Mansion 3 and Super Mario Maker 2 will be available for $30 each at Walmart. You can also find discounts on lots of first- and third-party digital games in the ongoing eShop Black Friday sale.

We'll be rounding up more Black Friday 2020 news and deals through Thanksgiving weekend, so check back often for the latest Black Friday coverage. If you're looking for more game-related discounts, be sure to check out our other best Black Friday 2020 gaming deals roundups, including the best deals for Nintendo Switch, PS4/PS5, and Xbox One/Series X.

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