Great Nintendo Switch Deal Includes Two Games

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Outside of the Super Mario Odyssey and Splatoon 2 bundles, Nintendo hasn't officially packaged the Switch together with any titles, leaving it up to retailers to offer their own Switch bundles. A number have been available in the past from stores like GameStop, but a new Switch bundle from Newegg is a particularly enticing way to get your hands on the console.

On Ebay, Newegg is selling a new Switch with neon red and blue Joy-Cons and two good games for the system, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Fire Emblem Warriors, for $370. If you're just picking up a Switch, chances are you're already planning to get a game alongside it. Considering that each of these titles typically retails for $60 individually while the system costs $300, this bundle gets you an additional game practically for free.

The Newegg bundle is only available in limited quantities, and shipping is limited within the continental United States, so if you're a prospective Switch owner, you'd better take advantage of the deal while it's still available. You can read more about the bundled titles in our Mario Kart 8 Deluxe review and Fire Emblem Warriors review.

A number of major games are on the way to Switch this year, with Dragon Quest Builders and both Bayonetta titles arriving this month. You can see what lies in store for the system in our gallery of the biggest Switch exclusives of 2018. We also recently got a chance to play Switch's inventive DIY game, Nintendo Labo, and were very impressed by what it's capable of.

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