Super Mario Odyssey and Breath of the Wild are cheaper than they’ve ever been in Amazon’s Boxing Day sale

Matt Sayer 26 December 2017 NEWS

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Amazon is kicking Boxing Day off with a serious bang.

As promised late last week, Amazon Australia has gone all-in with the deals to celebrate Boxing Day, and there's a whole lot to like on the video game front. The bargains on Xbox One, PS4 and Nintendo Switch games are mighty sweet, along with a few console deals for those looking to enter the current generation.

Nintendo takes the cake with the discounts, though, as the publisher's games so rarely go on sale even years after their release. If you act fast, you can snap up the phenomenal Super Mario Odyssey for an all-time low of just $49, while the equally brilliant The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is down to a solid $59.

Over on the less portable consoles, the back-to-its-roots shooter Call of Duty: WWII is going for $42, the Egyptian adventures of Assassin's Creed Origins can be had for $39 and FIFA 18 is all the way down to just $31. If you need a new system to play all those games on, the 1TB Minecraft-themed Xbox One S is just $279, while the Nintendo Switch is rocking a sweet $379 price tag.

Be warned, though: not only are these deals around for today only, they're limited stock, so you'll want to get clicking if anything takes your fancy.

Check out the deals at Amazon Australia


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