NINTENDO PRESIDENT: SWITCH ISN'T GETTING CHEAPER ANY TIME SOON

Those of you who want a Switch but have been holding out hope for a price cut might just want to go ahead and buy one. Nintendo’s still somewhat new president has confirmed that there aren’t any Switch price cuts on the horizon, so it’ll be staying at its current price of $300 for the foreseeable future. On top of … Continue reading

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