Anthony is your typical geek who eats coco pops in a cookie monster onesie, works out while watching Dragon Ball Z , plays video games of all sorts, cosplays, makes super awesome tacos and fantasizes about marrying Olivia Munn.
Not far now until the release of the Nintendo Switch and what an expensive week it will be!
Accessories and games could indeed damage the wallet and people will be looking for the cheapest options and best possible money savers. So to help assist with keeping those high priced items down, Vooks have assembled a pretty handy guide on stores and prices around Australia that will help you decide which are the best options to go for.
Personally Big W is always a favourite among money savers and is often the cheapest and best option, if you don’t mind settling for the standard editions. Big W also has some great bundled deals which may be the way to go if you are yet to pre-order your system!
Game + Console Bundles (Big W)
Now onto the individual game prices.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Standard Edition
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Wii U Version
Super Bomber Man R
Unfortunately these titles will have to be downloaded or bought online, however the good thing about the Switch is that it is not region locked so these games will be compatible with the Australian region Switch.
Dragon Quest: Heroes I.II
I Am Setsuna
Nobunaga No Yabou
Binding of Isaac Afterbirth +
Happy hunting everyone!