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GameStop has Super Mario Odyssey (Nintendo Switch) on sale for $36.99 -> Now $37.99. Shipping is free.

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About The Game:
  • Explore 3D kingdoms filled with secrets and surprises, including costumes for Mario and several ways to interact with environments
  • Mario's new friend, Cappy, lets you master new moves like cap throw, cap jump and capture
  • Visit astonishing new locales, such as the skyscraper-packed New Donk City, and run into familiar friends and foes as you try to save Princess Peach from Bowser's clutches and foil his dastardly wedding plans
  • Hand a Joy-Con controller to a friend to enjoy simultaneous multiplayer: Player 1 controls Mario while Player 2 controls Mario's new ally Cappy
  • Unlock even more features with the exclusive new amiibo figures - Mario, Princess Peach and Bowser dressed in their wedding outfits
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+

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Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch $37.99, shipping is free.

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Smoking deal on one of the best switch games!
In other words, supply and demand still very much a thing Smilie
This game was released October 2017, yet still maintains close to retail price. I know Nintendo first party games hold value, using cartridges makes it more expensive, and people are willing to pay due to the Mario franchise. But still a fairly high price for a game almost 4 years later.

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Smoking deal on one of the best switch games!
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Nice deal, I wish they also had the digital one on sale too
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This game was released October 2017, yet still maintains close to retail price. I know Nintendo first party games hold value, using cartridges makes it more expensive, and people are willing to pay due to the Mario franchise. But still a fairly high price for a game almost 4 years later.
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This game was released October 2017, yet still maintains close to retail price. I know Nintendo first party games hold value, using cartridges makes it more expensive, and people are willing to pay due to the Mario franchise. But still a fairly high price for a game almost 4 years later.
In other words, supply and demand still very much a thing Smilie
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Quote from geezeefosheezee :
In other words, supply and demand still very much a thing Smilie
I mean if one just bought it for $40, finished it, would one still be complaining about paying that price?
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I mean if one just bought it for $40, finished it, would one still be complaining about paying that price?
I'm close to finishing this, 100% completion, and I can say without a doubt it's worth it if you plan on getting the most out it. I got it with the pro controller bundle deal here from Walmart, which bought more for the controller, but I'm so glad I got it.
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This is a must play if you have a Switch
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I'm close to finishing this, 100% completion, and I can say without a doubt it's worth it if you plan on getting the most out it. I got it with the pro controller bundle deal here from Walmart, which bought more for the controller, but I'm so glad I got it.
After finishing the main storyline, it was too tedious to go back through and find all the moons, also that mini balloon game add on wasn't too interesting
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I have the digital version but holding out to collect a sealed copy for cheaper.
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After finishing the main storyline, it was too tedious to go back through and find all the moons, also that mini balloon game add on wasn't too interesting
I do agree many of the moons were tedious and some downright lame. But there's so much more exploring to do compared to it's counterpart, Super Mario 64.
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I mean if one just bought it for $40, finished it, would one still be complaining about paying that price?
You could buy it, beat it and easily sell it for what you paid.
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Why would I buy this when I can just go to Walmart and play it for free, 7 minutes at a time before the auto-reset? Big Grin

As far as pricing, some of the 3DS Pokemon games are still going for $30+ (used!) a decade later. Age does not automatically equate to depreciation, especially with a good game in a major franchise.
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