Metroid Dread, Mario Kart 8 and more cost £ 35 at Curry’s PC World •

We have not even reached Black Friday yet, and there are some great deals on Curry’s PC World on Nintendo Switch titles. Before we get started, if you do not yet have a Switch, we would recommend checking out these Black Friday Nintendo Switch packages. The latest release of OLED has seen some decent discounts on the original Switch models.

Most of the first-party titles you’d like on your Switch are included in this latest sale, with the exception of a few games such as Smash Bros. Ultimate and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

This means you can grab people like Metroid Dread, Super Mario Kart 8: Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey, Animal Crossing: New Horizon, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, New Pokemon Snap, Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu, Luigi’s Mansion 3 and up for only £ 34.99. All you have to do is enter the code: GAMENEXTDAY at checkout to beat a fiver of the stated price of £ 39.99.

If you have a Switch but have not played Dread yet, Martin rated it an important purchase in his Metroid Dread review, calling it a “stylish, visually lavish return for 2D Metroid and an adventure that proudly sits next to The series ‘best.’ Just be prepared to die a lot during boss fights. If you struggle too much, you can make use of Metroid Dread Samus and EMMI amiibo to give yourself an advantage.

As for the other titles included in the sale, any defunct Animal Crossing: New Horizon players who sold the game may pick it up again now that the DLC is out. Luigi’s Mansion 3 is actually a great co-op game, and you can play the entire game through once you unlock your sticky friend in local co-op.

You probably do not need to remind me how fun Super Mario Kart 8: Deluxe is in multiplayer, and wow, that soundtrack … The session drummer is the drummer for the Japanese jazz fusion band, T-Square, who also wrote the soundtracks for the old Gran Turismo soundtracks in Japan. The more you know …

The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening is a great way to replay the Game Boy Color classic, or try it for the first time if you missed it. It’s worth noting that you can use the same code to beat five pounds of all other games, so you can bring the upcoming Pokemon Diamond and Pearl remakes down to £ 39.99.

And again, if you have already forgotten, use the code: GAMENEXTDAY at checkout to grab these games at the prices we have quoted them for. Furthermore, this code only works on games priced at £ 35 or above, so you can not grab Warioware as it costs £ 34.99 – a penny below!


That was it for now! If you have been waiting for a price drop on one of these Switch games, now is a good time to pick them up at a great price. Honestly, we can not see any of the titles mentioned above getting much cheaper on Black Friday unless they are included as part of a package. And speaking of Black Friday, we’ll be updating our Black Friday Nintendo Switch offer page when more offers are announced. So far, you can take a look at what’s on offer right now and what we expect to see in this year’s sale.

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