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7 Possible (?) Reasons for the Nintendo Switch Tax

Ever wondered why games for the Nintendo Switch are so expensive? Sometimes more than on alternative platforms? It’s not always by much, though sometimes it’s a whole lot, but it’s definitely enough of a trend to be noticeable. So, what’s the deal with that? Here are some funny reasons for what I like to call the Nintendo Switch tax.

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SuperSonic9195d ago (Edited 95d ago )

Nintendo must recoup their losses for the Wii U disaster from Nintendo loyalists but its their parents' money Nintendo is after.
This is why no one in my family play Nintendo scams.

King_Noctis95d ago

Must be because your parents refuse to buy the Switch for you then?

T1125P95d ago (Edited 95d ago )

I live in NY but I found a way around any tax with digital games. I changed my zip code to a city in Delaware (no sales tax there) then I buy a Nintendo Eshop Card. I bought Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon for $9.99 no tax :D I been doing this for years since the 3DS launched back in 2011 and never had any issue. If you use your credit card then it won't work.

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King_Noctis95d ago

You had just exposed yourself mate. Prepare for the consequences.

T1125P95d ago

You guys are to funny XD. This also works in the game Guild Wars 2 when you buy GEMS. One game it does not work is in Overwatch I tried so many times changing states with no sales tax. I guess Blizzard checks your IP that's the only way I see how they know where you are. I'm sneaky I use Amazon for reviews then use eBay to buy the product out of state hehe again no tax.

kevnb95d ago (Edited 95d ago )

The carts cost more than blu ray disks and they dont want digital prices to be cheaper than retail. I didnt find the article very funny either, nice try though.

SuperSonic9194d ago (Edited 94d ago )

Nintendo has been making money on dumb people for many years now especially them kids who have been Prter Panned by kiddie games.

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