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Save on a New Nintendo 2DS XL, Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, PC games, and more gaming deals

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If your Nintendo 3DS could use an upgrade, you may want to consider picking up the New Nintendo 2DS XL. It seems counterintuitive to “upgrade” to a device with less functionality, but who uses the 3D on the 3DS anyway? The 2DS XL features the same clamshell, dual-screen design and is less expensive than the 3D version. Right now you can get it for even less at Walmart and Amazon, who are both selling the handheld console for $129.99, or $20 off retail price.

Almost all PC games at Green Man Gaming are 20 percent off with code APRIL20. There are some exceptions — you can’t use the discount on Far Cry 5 — but games like Final Fantasy 15, Warhammer: Vermintide 2, and Kingdom Come: Deliverance are all included. Presumably this deal lasts through the end of April.

Finally, get up to 80 percent off geeky clothes and accessories with ThinkGeek’s spring clearance sale. They’ve got t-shirts starting at $3.99, women’s tops starting at $4.99 and up to 50 percent off collectibles. If you’re feeling lucky you can add a random free t-shirt to any order over $50 with code RANDOMTEE.

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Commerce Team Picks

  • Monopoly is a terrible game, but Mario Kart Monopoly introduces a racing mechanic that might help break up the monotony. Monopoly Gamer: Mario Kart is on sale exclusively at GameStop right now. My love for Nintendo almost overruled my hatred of Monopoly when the first Monopoly Gamer was released last year, so a rule shakeup might just do the trick.
  • As of this writing, the SNES Classic was back in stock at Best Buy via in-store pickup. If you’re still trying to get your hands on this retro system, you may want to check your area’s availability at Best Buy’s website and place an order quickly.

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