Zelda: Skyward Sword and other Switch games will be cheaper than you expect in Mexico

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Last year, the Nintendo community in Mexico was shaken after it was revealed that future releases of the brand would sell for $ 1699 MXN. Now, there was a change that attracted attention and that is that The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD and other games for Switch will cost less than this.

This morning, the pre-sale of The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD and Mario Golf Super Rush appeared on the Nintendo eshop. What caught the attention is that these games will be offered in exchange for $ 1,399 USD; that is, $ 300 MXN less than some premieres last year.

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Does it seem expensive?Does it seem expensive?

The reason this draws attention is that both Pikmin 3 Deluxe (a game that debuted at $ 1699 MXN) and the aforementioned games cost $ 60 USD in the United States. This means that the difference is in the regional price.

Why the difference? Nintendo has not commented on the matter. That said, it may have to do with the dollar’s price stabilizing. Remember that in the middle of last year we saw an exchange rate of up to $ 23.72 MXN for $ 1 USD.

There is a similar change in Amazon Mexico

If you prefer physical games, you’ll be happy to know that some physical Switch titles have also dropped in price.

For example, Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury, one of Nintendo’s newest releases, was offered for $ 1275 MXN on Amazon Mexico. On the other hand, Bravely Default II can be purchased for $ 1,399 MXN; $ 300 MXN less than digital.

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Cheaper than digitalCheaper than digital

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD and Mario Golf Super Rush are not yet available for pre-order on Amazon Mexico.

And you, what do you think about this information? Do you think more Nintendo games will be available at this price? Tell us in the comments.

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