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Back in Stock at Best Buy for $199, the Switch Lite Is Lowkey the Best Way to Play Nintendo Games in 2020

Nintendo Switch Lite | $199 | Best Buy
Nintendo Switch Lite | $199 | Best Buy
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Nintendo Switch Lite | $199 | Best Buy

As we await the arrival of the long-rumored Switch Pro, along with its dimensions and specs, it’s my opinion that the Switch Lite is the best way to play Nintendo games in 2020. Now, before you denounce me in a fit of rage, put one in your hands for a few minutes of Mario Galaxy or Burnout Paradise and you’ll see what I mean. Back in stock at Best Buy for the retail price of $199, you can do just that without getting swindled by a price-gouging third party seller.

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The lightweight and truly portable handheld gaming console is reminiscent of the PS Vita hardware-wise, down to the actual D-pad as opposed to the discrete up/down/right/left buttons on the Switch proper. Though it’s admittedly disappointing there’s no way to output Switch Lite games to the TV due to hardware constraints, I haven’t missed the functionality since I traded up my launch day Switch for the bright yellow guy you’ll find here. Since a lot of Switch games look better on other platforms, mobility is the system’s primary advantage anyway. I haven’t regretted my purchase, and I doubt you will either.

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This deal was originally published by Gabe Carey on 3/27/2020 and updated with new information on 10/21/2020.


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