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Amazon is running its latest sale on Sandisk microSD cards. The big discount is for the 400GB which version, which started out very expensive, and will still cost you a pretty penny. However, while it started out at $250, you can pick up this microSD card for $190, making it $60 (24% off).

You can place an order here if interested. Just note that with the 400GB card, it could take a couple of weeks to ship.

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Amazon has started taking pre-orders for BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. You can reserve the game here. Pricing is set at $49.99, with the fighter’s release set for June 5.

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A number of Amazon’s European websites have started taking pre-orders for Owlboy. You can reserve the game on Amazon UK, Amazon Germany, Amazon France, and Amazon Spain.

Owlboy launches physically for Switch on May 29. SOEDESCO will handle publishing.

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Following up on last night’s random Walmart deals, some new offers have popped up on the retailer’s website as well as Amazon due to price-matching.

To recap, here’s everything on sale at Walmart right now:

Neon Pink / Neon Green – $61.99
Neon Yellow Joy-Con – $61.99
Switch dock – $59.99
Switch Pro Controller – $49.99
Fire Emblem Echoes – $20
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U – $20
Ever Oasis – $20

Some of these deals have been price-matched on Amazon here. Amazon also has Nights of Azure 2 on sale for $29.99 here.

Amazon doesn’t usually offer discounts on digital eShop codes, especially for first-party titles. Yet, at the moment, Super Mario Odyssey is down to $48.99. You can order a code here.

Another deal worth bringing up is the Switch Pro Controller at Walmart. Normally priced at $69.99, you can order it for $49.99. Place an order on Walmart’s site here.

Amazon UK has started accepting reservations for the new Detective Pikachu amiibo. You can put in a pre-order right here.

You can use the amiibo, which is larger than the standard figure, to view all Pika Prompts you’ve seen or might have missed from the chapters you’ve already cleared in the Detective Pikachu game on 3DS. Over 150 animated short movie clips “providing helpful hints or talking up a storm”.

Amazon UK is running a new sale this week. Depending on how much you spend, you can save up to £20 on a gaming purchase.

Here’s a full breakdown of the offer:

– Spend £150 or more on selected physical video games products and get £20 off using promo code VG20OFF150.
– Spend £75 or more on selected physical video games products and get £10 off using promo code VG10OFF75.
– Spend £35 or more on selected physical video games products and get £5 off using promo code VG5OFF35.

You can find the full lineup of eligible gaming products here. The sale lasts until February 15.

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With more and more games releasing on Switch this week, it’s possible that you’re starting to run low on storage. There are some titles out there that are rather bulky in terms of file size, and it could even more of an issue if you prefer digital over physical.

If you’re looking for another storage option, you may want to consider the Sandisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC card on Amazon. It’s currently available for for $69. We’re starting to see microSD cards that are 400GB and up, but since those are currently extremely expensive, this isn’t a bad option.

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Retailers have started taking pre-orders for Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom. You can reserve it on Amazon here or GameStop here.

Amazon and GameStop both show a price point for Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom. At least physically, the game will cost $39.99.

For those who missed out on it the first time, you can order the Bayonetta Special Edition from Amazon Germany once again. Pre-orders are up here. In case you’re curious, this does ship to the US.

The Bayonetta Special Edition includes Bayonetta 2 on a game card, a download code for Bayonetta, a steelbook, and Bayonetta-themed stickers and Verse Cards.