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Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Nintendo Switch Game £10.99 + Free Click & Collect (Digital Download) @ Argos

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I missed the 2 for £20 deal posted but that is a great option for anyone after 2 games:


This is the story of an unexpected encounter between Mario and the irreverent Rabbids. The Mushroom Kingdom has been torn apart by a mysterious vortex, transporting the Rabbids into the once-peaceful area, splintering this beloved land. To bring order back to the Kingdom, Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, and Yoshi team up with Rabbids heroes in a journey through four different worlds.

Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Yoshi will join forces with four Rabbids heroes, each with their own unique personalities: boastful Rabbid Mario, fearful Rabbid Luigi, sassy Rabbid Peach, and off-his-rocker Rabbid Yoshi.

Mario and his friends will use never-before-seen weapons to engage in combat with their foes. With an arsenal of more than 250 weapons with unique statistics and specificities, players will choose how best to equip each of their eight heroes.

Discover the Mushroom Kingdom like you never have before twisted by the mischievous Rabbids!

Release date: 1 December 2020.

  • Digital download.
  • For ages 7 years and over.
  • Nintendo switch compatible.
  • EAN: 3307216173359.
  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.

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    Just to add as it's only in the description, digital download code
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    I had the gold edition on physical cartridge. Anybody know if I get this will I be able to use the extra gold content? I cannot find my original cartridge and fancy a play though again.
    The Gold Edition just contains the standard game cartridge FYI (all the "Gold" content comes via the single-use download code)
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    Brilliant game, I enjoyed it much more than the recent sequel.
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    Has this gone any cheaper via the eshop sales?
    It's been £7.49 previously, but not since July
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