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If you are a Pokémon fan and want to increase your collection of Nintendo Switch games, Best Buy has just released interesting sale. This has reduced the cost of recent titles, including Brilliant diamond/Shiny pearl, Pokémon Sword Edition and Pokémon Snap up to $ 40, saving you $ 20 from the regular price. Even better, you can find Pokemon: Let’s go to Pikachu and Let’s go, Ivy titles for half reduction.

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Pokemon Brilliant diamond ($ 40) and Shiny pearl ($ 40) are remakes of the original DS games from 2006 with much improved visualization thanks to the hardware capabilities of the Switch. They launched less than a year ago, so it’s rare to see them with a third discount. Pokemon Sleepp ($ 40)meanwhile, is a sequel to the 1999 Nintendo 64 classic. It came out early last year and again gives you the same extremely original concept (take the best photos from the train to earn points), with much improved visualizations of the Switch.

The other two titles with a $ 20 discount are Pokémon Shield Edition ($ 40) and Pokemon Sword ($ 40), released in 2019. Although the games faced a negative reaction for not including all existing Pokemon, they continued to sell nearly 25 million copies worldwide, becoming one of Switch’s fastest-selling games. This popularity makes it difficult to find them on sale, so a $ 20 discount is welcome news.

Finally there is Pokemon: Let’s go Eevee! ($ 30) and Let’s go, Pikachu! ($ 30). Both started in 2018, supposedly as a remake of Pokemon yellow. At the same time, they bridge the gap between the main series and the popular one Pokémon Go mobile game by turning the experience of capturing Pokémon into a mini game in the style of Go. Half the reduction is a very solid deal for these games, but unlikely to last long.

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