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Save $10 On These Fantastic Final Fantasy Games For Nintendo Switch

Play some of the best Final Fantasy games on the go at a great price.


Anyone who has a Nintendo Switch knows that it's oddly tempting to buy games for a second or third time just to be able to play them on the go. With that said, right now you can save $10 each on the Switch versions of Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age and Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster at Amazon and Walmart.

Normally $50 each, both games are available for $40. If you squirmed at the original prices for these PS2 remasters, the discounted prices may help you pull the trigger. Each game was $30 late last week, so the prices seem to be trending back up.

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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster has been around the block. The upscaled collection originally landed on PS3 and Vita in 2014. It moved to PS4, then PC, and finally arrived on Switch and Xbox One earlier this year. Final Fantasy X is widely regarded as one of the best turn-based RPGs of the PlayStation 2 era, and Spira is undoubtedly one of the most captivating worlds in franchise history. Final Fantasy X-2 continued the story and is an underrated gem that differs from its predecessor in surprising and cool ways.

Heads up: Final Fantasy X is on the cartridge, but X-2 is a download voucher that takes up roughly 13GB of storage space.

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Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

Final Fantasy XII is a significant departure from Final Fantasy X. Featuring a real-time battle system that will be somewhat familiar to those who have played Final Fantasy XV, Final Fantasy XII received rave reviews when it initially launched on PS2 in 2006. It still holds up remarkably well today thanks to an engaging battle system, interesting characters, and some spectacular world-building.

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For more excellent game deals, be sure to look at Amazon's current sale. Many awesome PS4, Xbox One, and Switch games are discounted, including 2019 hits such as Gears 5, Resident Evil 2, Control, and Borderlands 3.

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