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Nintendo Switch Games: LEGO Harry Potter Collection, LEGO The Incredibles EXPIRED

$17 each
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Best Buy has select Nintendo Switch Video Games on sale for $16.99 each. Select free curbside pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on $35+ orders.

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  • LEGO Harry Potter Collection
    • Has 4.7 out of 5 stars overall based on over 1,000 reviews.
  • LEGO The Incredibles
    • Has 4.7 out of 5 stars overall based on over 1,000 reviews.
  • LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2
    • Has 4.6 out of 5 stars overall based on over 1,000 reviews.
  • LEGO Jurassic World
    • Has 4.7 out of 5 stars overall based on over 600 reviews.
  • LEGO CITY Undercover
    • Has 4.6 out of 5 stars overall based on over 1,200 reviews.
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I'm all for digital too except when a game is over 10 gig then I sometimes want the physical. See Divinity II

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Those prices are high, maybe because it's physical media. I'm all for digital.
I'm all for digital too except when a game is over 10 gig then I sometimes want the physical. See Divinity II
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Quote from bpd007 :
i'm all for digital too except when a game is over 10 gig then i sometimes want the physical. See divinity ii
nba 2k20 - 32.9gb.
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Those prices are high, maybe because it's physical media. I'm all for digital.
Digital have not resale value while physical does, even if is 90% off whatever you paid for.
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What is the best game(s) in these series of games? I have a 5 year old who'd go bonkers over these I bet.
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What is the best game(s) in these series of games? I have a 5 year old who'd go bonkers over these I bet.
My 5-year-old and I had a lot of fun playing Marvel Superheroes 2
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Agreed, I wish these were digital.

I could care less about making a few bucks in 6-7 years on a physical game versus having a digital version with no loading and unloading cartridges, loosing cartridges, etc.....
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What is the best game(s) in these series of games? I have a 5 year old who'd go bonkers over these I bet.
LEGO City Undercover is my son's favorite (hes 7) there are hard missions that you will have to help complete. But it is an open world lego city were just running around is a lot of fun for kids (the 3 kids I know who have played it)

If you can find LEGO movie 1 its a great game for beginners. my son started with that and my daughter is now enjoying it (4).

Jurassic world, harry potter are more advanced. DC villians and ninjago are also on the more difficult side. Have not played Incredibles

These prices are okay, not the lowest, even for physical, but these games have tons of replay value.
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What is the best game(s) in these series of games? I have a 5 year old who'd go bonkers over these I bet.
My almost 5yo loves Jurassic World the movie so he naturally loves the Lego game. I have to help him with a lot but otherwise it's fun for him. I got this game at $19.99 during Christmas so these I feel are a good deal, even though I'm finding change out the games is kind of annoying. (New switch family). Going to pick up other lego games that others have suggested for sure!
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Those prices are high, maybe because it's physical media. I'm all for digital.
Digital games on Switch are a huge PITA if you have more than one system.

Both kids have their own switch. With a physical cart, either one can play the game, just not at the same time. With a digital game, it depends on which system is 'primary' on the account. To play the game on the other one, you have to swap the 'primary' system through the account to play the game.

A single Switch might be easier for digital, but not for multiple systems.
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My 4yo loves dinosaurs and loves being the dinos in jurassic world.
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Don't buy Harry Potter on the switch if you plan on playing in co-op mode. The frame rate really dips if you're too far and split screen occurs; the lag can be a bit nauseating. Single player should be fine. I sold my copy for the switch and snagged a copy for the ps4 and it's so much better in co-op.
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