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This code gifts you £50 when you purchase a Nintendo Switch or Xbox One X bundle

TwitterFacebook has caught the Christmas bug early this year and is celebrating with a generous promotion on electrical products. 

You can receive £50 back on electrical products when you enter the code NKMKE at the checkout to order with the “12 months buy now pay later” option. This allows you to delay payment for 12 months, which could be pretty handy at this time of year (although it’s worth thoroughly checking those T&Cs, of course) will credit £50 back to your account by Jan. 31 or the dispatch date, whichever is later. 

There are a bunch of great electrical items that are eligible for the £50 credit, including a Nintendo Switch console and Xbox One X bundles. You can pick up a Nintendo Switch for £279.99, a good price even before the £50 bonus.  Read more…

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This Nintendo Switch ‘Super Smash Bros.’ Ultimate Edition bundle is available for under £300


A hardware bundle for Nintendo Switch and Super Smash Bros. fans is finally here, and it’s available for just £299.99

The bundle contains a specially designed dock featuring fighters from the original Super Smash Bros. game, a download code for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Super Smash Bros. themed Joy-Con controllers. So basically, it’s the bundle you need if, like us, you are obsessed with everything Super Smash Bros.

If you order before Jan. 31 you’ll also receive bonus downloadable content. If you grab this bundle now you’ll claim the playable fighter Piranha Plant as a bonus download. Read more…

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New ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ fighters ranked by how much they kicked my ass


There are 11 brand new fighters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and almost all of them kicked my ass.

As I spent dozens of hours playing Ultimate in the last week, I unlocked tons of new fighters, including all of the new additions to the game from Chrom to Simon. Some of them gave me a really hard time in our one-on-one duels, and some of them infuriated me as they blasted my fighters off the stage time and time again.

Of course some of them were pretty easy. I am, after all, a lifelong Smash player and have the capacity to beat bots on a first attempt. But a surprising number of newcomers forced me into a second round. Read more…

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