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Has-Been Heroes received its first notable sale at GameStop. The retailer discounted the digital version from $20 to $10, meaning you’ll save $10. Place an order here if interested.

Update 4: Amazon now has everything up here.

Update 3 (6/7): Amazon has now opened pre-orders for Pokken Tournament DX here.

Update 2: Pokemon Ultra Sun is up on Amazon. No Ultra Moon as of this moment, but we’ll let you know when that changes.

Update: Pokken Tournament DX is also up here.

Original (6/6): GameStop is now taking pre-orders for Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon, which were announced today. The Ultra Sun version is located here. You can also reserve the Moon version here.

Amazon and GameStop both have a new notable deals running at the moment. Highlights include Xenoblade Chronicles X for $22, Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse on 3DS for under $18, and deals on the Pokemon Monopoly sets.

We’ve rounded up a few notable deals at both retailers below.


Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse – $17.40 (was $30)
Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack – $20.76 (was $30)
Monopoly: Pokemon Kanto Edition – $24.39 (was $45)
Monopoly: Pokemon Johto Edition – $36 (was $45)


Pokken Pro Pad Pikachu Controller – $11 (was $15)
Xenoblade Chronicles X – $22 (was $30)
Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson – $24 (was $30)
Mario-branded Wii Remote controllers – $30 each (were $40 each)
Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE – $35 (was $40)

GameStop has recently shared its sales performance results from the first quarter of 2017, which were described as “particularly strong” thanks in part to the success of the Nintendo Switch, among other things.  Furthermore, Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmed posted additional facts related to GameStops report on his Twitter.

While the report obviously focuses on GameStop mostly, there are some interesting mentions of the Nintendo Switch. Around 5.4 million console units have been sold between it’s launch in March and now, and the console has a very high attach rate of 6 to 1 for accessories. The strong demand for the Switch is especially noteworthy for occurring outside the holiday period.

GameStop CFO Rob Lloyd said that it was likely even more Switch units could be sold if the company hadn’t had trouble securing enough consoles. “There is a contest among all the retailers, online and in store, with our good friends at Nintendo.” GameStop Company Chief Tony Bartel added that GameStop wasn’t even close to meeting the demand they received for the Switch.

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GameStop is offering up a new Nintendo Switch bundle for $499.99. The bundle comes with the Switch console, neon red and blue joy-cons, 64GB microSD card, and digital copies of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and its expansion pass, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Has Been Heroes.

You can check out the bundle right here.


GameStop is taking pre-orders for the Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Limited Edition once more. You can put in a reservation here. Note that other retailers, including Amazon and Best Buy, have sold out of pre-orders.

GameStop currently has three different Switch bundles in stock on its website. Gray and neon options are available, with each including different games and items. You can see what’s being offered here.

GameStop will soon be holding a new distribution for Pokemon Sun / Moon. Players will be able to obtain a level 50 Lycanroc in its Midnight Form with a code at participating stores.

With its No Guard Ability, hard-hitting moves such as Stone Edge and Fire Fang will never miss. Lycanroc also comes with a Life Orb.

GameStop’s distribution begins on May 15. It’ll last until June 5.


GameStop is offering a special bonus when you buy Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. Upon purchase, you’ll be given a free “Warring Gods” Chrome Print.

You can pre-order Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia online here., though you should be able to reserve it in store as well. GameStop’s bonus will be handed out while supplies last.

GameStop is once again talking up Switch’s strong start and sales.

While speaking with Forbes, senior director of merchandising Eric Bright said Nintendo’s new platform is exceeding expectations. Lining up with what has been seen so far, it’s selling out in hours rather than days. Bright added that high Switch sales are likely to continue “for quite some time.”

Bright’s full words:

“It’s exceeding our expectations. We knew it would be a high demand product, but our Switch allocations are selling out not in days, but in hours…the demand is so high that consumers have to react quickly to be able to get their hands on them. Right now we’re not seeing sales going down at all, and I would expect that to continue for quite some time.”


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