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Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door Preorders Are Discounted

Preorder a physical copy of The Thousand-Year Door for just $50 ahead of its May 23 release date.


Two decades after it first launched on GameCube, Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door is getting a second life with a remake on Nintendo Switch. The remake doesn't release until May 23, but you can snag a physical preorder for just $50 (down from $60) at Geek Alliance. That's one of the best preorders we've seen for the popular upcoming title, and if you've yet to reserve a copy, this deal is definitely worth a closer look.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door features enhanced graphics and what Nintendo is calling "a suite of additional changes," though the company has yet to elaborate on those updates. Regardless, it's shaping up to be a great remake that'll be popular among nostalgic players and RPG fans alike.

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GeekAlliance has a few other great deals available right now, including another preorder discount for Luigi's Mansion 2 HD on Nintendo Switch. The game is an HD Switch port of the 3DS classic that launches on June 27, but preorders are discounted to just $50. Like Paper Mario, this one has less than 500 copies available at the price point and comes with free shipping.

While you wait for your games to arrive, you can pick up several Nintendo Switch games for cheap at Walmart, including Super Mario Bros. RPG for $43 (was $60), which is one of the better deals we've seen for the game since it arrived last November. Check out the list below for a few more Switch deals at Walmart. Walmart doesn’t indicate when the sale will end, but we can't imagine these discounts will stick around for long.

Nintendo Switch Game Deals At Walmart

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