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Just Dance 2019 Nintendo Switch Digital Download - £16.49 @ Nintendo Shop
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Just Dance 2019 Nintendo Switch Digital Download - £16.49 @ Nintendo Shop

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Posted 31st Dec 2019

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Spotted on Nintendo eShop after purchasing physical copy of later version, 2020.

Good price, still close to £30 to buy in store.
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Related question - looking at buying a Switch. Can you share games between machines? Like if I bought my kids one each, could they both play the same games on their own machine? Or would I need to buy two copies?
ro53ben31/12/2019 10:01

Related question - looking at buying a Switch. Can you share games between …Related question - looking at buying a Switch. Can you share games between machines? Like if I bought my kids one each, could they both play the same games on their own machine? Or would I need to buy two copies?


For physical games you would each need one. I’m not too sure about digitally, I’m sure someone can answer that for you. I know you can share the online with a family membership.
_Whatever_31/12/2019 10:11

For physical games you would each need one. I’m not too sure about d …For physical games you would each need one. I’m not too sure about digitally, I’m sure someone can answer that for you. I know you can share the online with a family membership.


So a physical game can't be swapped between two machines? It's locked in some way? I'm not saying they would play the same game at the same time.
ro53ben31/12/2019 10:15

So a physical game can't be swapped between two machines? It's locked in …So a physical game can't be swapped between two machines? It's locked in some way? I'm not saying they would play the same game at the same time.


Oh no you can of course take the game out and put it into any switch you want and play as it’s a small cartridge. But you will only be able to play this with the switch it is in at the time as it requires the cartridge to play the game.
Edited by: "_Whatever_" 31st Dec 2019
What I'm wondering is whether I'm better off buying a full Switch that they will share, along with the games. Or perhaps buy them each a Switch Lite which means they can play concurrently - albeit sharing the same game stock - but not play on the big TV.
ro53ben31/12/2019 10:24

What I'm wondering is whether I'm better off buying a full Switch that …What I'm wondering is whether I'm better off buying a full Switch that they will share, along with the games. Or perhaps buy them each a Switch Lite which means they can play concurrently - albeit sharing the same game stock - but not play on the big TV.


Get the standard Switch, as it’s a great family fun multiplayer console and they will inevitably want to play together. Me my partner and the kids regularly all play on the tele together. Also great for when family and friends are round. My son has the Switch Lite and although it is a great little console and he loves it, it does lose some of its ‘switchness’ selling points. You can use it in table top mode to play local multiplayer with another pair of joy cons or a controller but it’s not as fun as you have to squeeze around the small screen. It’s a little bit isolated which is not what this console is about. In my opinion get the standard Switch and enjoy all the benefits the Switch was made for. You could always get a one normal switch and one switch lite like what we have. Best of both worlds
Edited by: "_Whatever_" 31st Dec 2019
I get the family thing, we had a Wii and upgraded to Wii U - I just haven't seen the big win for Switch yet. The Wii U was a non brainer as it still played Wii games, but the Switch isn't backwards compatible so we'll still have to leave the Wii U connected. We've already got Mario Kart so no big win there so looking for a major family advantage for the Switch. There are often times they both want to do different things on the Wii U, and have two Switches might fix that. Or potentially the Wii U and the one Switch in parallel might fix that anyway. One each when travelling would be a big win though.
batdroid31/12/2019 09:16

Why is this cold?


Not doing well because it's digital and JD games always have big price falls after Christmas. Physical will be this price soon.
noahsdad31/12/2019 11:03

Not doing well because it's digital and JD games always have big price …Not doing well because it's digital and JD games always have big price falls after Christmas. Physical will be this price soon.


Thanks but do you mean New year?
noahsdad31/12/2019 11:03

Not doing well because it's digital and JD games always have big price …Not doing well because it's digital and JD games always have big price falls after Christmas. Physical will be this price soon.


I looked online and 2019 is still about £25 and 2018 is about £20. 2020 is £29.
ro53ben31/12/2019 11:00

I get the family thing, we had a Wii and upgraded to Wii U - I just …I get the family thing, we had a Wii and upgraded to Wii U - I just haven't seen the big win for Switch yet. The Wii U was a non brainer as it still played Wii games, but the Switch isn't backwards compatible so we'll still have to leave the Wii U connected. We've already got Mario Kart so no big win there so looking for a major family advantage for the Switch. There are often times they both want to do different things on the Wii U, and have two Switches might fix that. Or potentially the Wii U and the one Switch in parallel might fix that anyway. One each when travelling would be a big win though.


A normal switch and a switch lite
Alasdair9131/12/2019 11:36

I looked online and 2019 is still about £25 and 2018 is about £20. 2020 is …I looked online and 2019 is still about £25 and 2018 is about £20. 2020 is £29.



It's JD man. Trust me. Have been buying this game for years. Is the kind of game that gets bought for Christmas. Is really a party type game that gets played once or twice a year. Nobody pays a subscription to Ubisoft after the free sub expires. Every Jan/Feb sees huge reductions. You get this game of every format known to man, they still release it for the Wii U. I guaranteed physical Switch will see deals of £17.99 or even as low as £14.99 soon.
Edited by: "noahsdad" 31st Dec 2019
ro53ben31/12/2019 11:00

I get the family thing, we had a Wii and upgraded to Wii U - I just …I get the family thing, we had a Wii and upgraded to Wii U - I just haven't seen the big win for Switch yet. The Wii U was a non brainer as it still played Wii games, but the Switch isn't backwards compatible so we'll still have to leave the Wii U connected. We've already got Mario Kart so no big win there so looking for a major family advantage for the Switch. There are often times they both want to do different things on the Wii U, and have two Switches might fix that. Or potentially the Wii U and the one Switch in parallel might fix that anyway. One each when travelling would be a big win though.


We made the same jumps, Wii, Wii u, switch, The Wii U is still hooked up and still gets played, but the switch has proved itself to be a great family machine as well. The Mario party is much better, plus the kids take it on the go with them, they set is up and play while parents have a coffee. It’s proved the most popular console in the house (I’m ashamed to say we have lots), I would really recommend making the jump.
Typical, as I look at buying, it goes back to full price.
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