When I asked my daughter how much she would pay for a new Nintendo game, she replied with a straight “I’m going to pay $100” before adding, “because it’s better.”
I don’t know about you, but this kind of attitude is what makes me a huge Nintendo fan.
The fact that Nintendo’s new toys and games are on sale for just $1.99 is a great deal.
Nintendo also has some really cool games and games that are only available on the Wii U, including Metroid Prime: Federation Force and the recently announced Super Mario Odyssey.
For the record, Nintendo’s Super Mario Maker isn’t for sale anymore, but it is playable for free on the Nintendo 3DS, Wii U and Nintendo Switch.
If you’re a gamer, the new Pokémon game will be available for the Nintendo Switch in the fall, and the Pokemon Sun & Moon mobile app will be released for the iPhone and Android in the spring.
And while the Nintendo Watch is available for $100 on the Apple Watch, it’s still not quite the best deal around.
I’d have to go with the $99 Nintendo Switch Starter Kit.
It comes with everything from the Nintendo Wii U game Fire Emblem Heroes to the Nintendo DSi XL and Wii U Classic Controller.
But it’s not cheap.
The Nintendo Switch is available in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Spain, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore.
The Nintendo Switch comes with an HDMI port and two USB ports.
The USB ports are on the left side of the unit and are for charging the Nintendo Joy-Con controllers.
If you want to keep playing Pokémon Go, Nintendo says you can pick up the Nintendo Nintendo 3D Super Mario 3D Land game for $20.
And if you want more, you can buy a Nintendo Switch Deluxe Pack for $59.99.
It includes everything from Pokémon Sun & Sol to Super Mario Run and the Nintendo 2DS XL and Nintendo 3ds XL.
It also comes with the Nintendo eShop and the Joy-Cons and a controller.
Nintendo has also released Pokémon GO, the latest in the series of free-to-play mobile games that lets you catch Pokémon with friends.
So if you have the Nintendo console, Nintendo 3Ds, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo 2ds, Nintendo Classic Controller, Nintendo Watch, and a few other games, you could have a great time spending a few hours with friends and catching Pokémon on your own.
Now you know why I am a huge Pokémon fan.