Nintendo Switch consoles for 240 and more in TheGameCollection's sale

Yakuza 6 for 30, Ni No Kuni 2 for 28, and more.

Up-and-coming online retailer of video games and pop culture stuff, TheGameCollection, has made a habit of hosting a monthly range of discounts dubbed as Pay Day Price Drops. Despite the fact it's not technically pay day for everyone, it's certainly not a bunch of discounts to scoff at.

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Perhaps the biggest price drop to be found in this month's batch of Pay Day Price Drops is the Neon version of the Nintendo Switch console, which is down to £239.95 while stock lasts. That's one of the biggest discounts on a Switch console since launch, so I'd expect stock to dry up on that one swiftly.

Elsewhere on the site, you can find Yakuza 6 for £29.95, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Moon for £19.95 each, God of War for £37.95, Ni No Kuni 2 on PS4 for £27.95, and Zelda: Breath of the Wild for £39.95, among many others.

If none of that appeals, you can also pick up Dragon Ball Fighterz for £24.95, a Minecraft Creeper Xbox One controller for £34.95, or even a copy of Agents of Mayhem for a startlingly low £2.95. There's not far left for Agents of Mayhem to fall from here.

Elsewhere on the internet, you can find copies of Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue for £16.49 at Amazon and Kingdom Hearts 1.5 and 2.5 Remix HD for £16.49 at Argos, though sadly there's no way to make the titles of those games any less laborious to type out.

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