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Nintendo UK Store: Super Smash Bros, Pokemon Nintendo Switch & New Nintendo 2DS XL Minecraft Hardware Bundles Available

The Nintendo UK Store has announced that they have five Nintendo Switch bundles available for consumers to pre-order and each one will prove to be lucrative. There’s the Super Smash Bros Ultimate Nintendo Switch special edition console, the Pokemon: Let’s GO! Pikachu and Eevee Nintendo Switch bundle and finally the special Minecraft themed New Nintendo 2DS XL bundle. They are all listed below so get your pre-order in quick.

Nintendo Switch Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu and Eevee Editions

This Special Nintendo Switch Bundle comes complete with Pikachu- and Eevee-themed Joy-Con controllers and Nintendo Switch Dock, a digital copy of Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! or Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! and a Poké Ball Plus controller!

The console packs include a Pikachu Keyring or Eevee Keyring and a set of Pokémon themed analog thumb caps featuring Pikachu + Eevee.

Nintendo Switch Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Edition Packs

This Special Nintendo Switch bundle includes a dock featuring fighters from the original game, Joy-Con controllers with a Super Smash Bros. design and a digital copy of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Packs available include a Hard Pouch, a Nintendo Switch Mario Battle Pad or The Legend of Zelda Battle Pad and a free Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Steelbook.

New Nintendo 2DS XL Minecraft Creeper Edition + Minecraft: New Nintendo 3DS Edition

This pack includes the New Nintendo 2DS XL Minecraft Creeper Edition console and Minecraft: New Nintendo 3DS Edition pre-installed game.


10 thoughts on “Nintendo UK Store: Super Smash Bros, Pokemon Nintendo Switch & New Nintendo 2DS XL Minecraft Hardware Bundles Available”

  1. I’m starting to have second thoughts about Pokemon let’s go. I was only going to get it because it has megas, but that might not be enough anymore. The game should be coming out in November, and there’s still no Mega Raichu or any new megas for that matter. They where probably gonna call Ash “Red” again anyway.

      1. It’s not only a blatant cash grab, it’s supposedly trying to build off 2016’s Pokemon Go hype. If this had come out in November of 2016 that tied into the game during the phenomenon that’s one thing, but this is clearly only made just to try to get people who played Go to get this. Why do they think that those who downloaded a F2P app are going to suddenly pay $360 to play this? Are they THAT stupid??

  2. I wonder why 2DS is now being advertised as if 3DS never existed in the first place. This handheld had so much potential. Star Fox 64 3D looked amazing, I could see a whole katana on my face when playing Sakura Samurai, while Super Mario 3D Land had some very inventive uses of 3D effect, but in the end 3D games got more and more scarce. I wonder why, never got any eye injury and it was the system selling point. Why just make it a widescreen DS now?

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