first_img ‘Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President The Nintendo Switch is still pretty hard to find. You might get lucky at brick and mortar stores, but if you buy them online, you’ll probably be paying at least $100 more for just the system thanks to scalpers suckling at the Nintendo teat. Well, starting at noon today you can get Switches on ThinkGeek.Okay, you’re still going to be paying at least $420. That’s the bad news. The good news is that you’ll actually get at least $420 worth of gear instead of just overpaying for the system itself. ThinkGeek offers ten different Switch bundles that include the Switch itself, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (a must-have game), and various other Zelda-themed items.The least expensive bundle, the $419.99 Bundle 9 and Bundle 10, include the Nintendo Switch with gray Joy-Cons, Breath of the Wild, and either a Traveler’s Shield backpack or a leather Zelda watch. ThinkGeek actually sent us the shield backpack, and it’s pretty nice. It’s big, round, perfect for Link cosplay, has a lot of space, and oddly enough is the ideal fit for taking Roombas to and from the office.The next step up, the $429.99 Bundle 4 and 5, are where you can get colorful. Bundle 4 includes the Switch with blue and red Joy-Cons, Breath of the Wild, a Link light, a lenticular 3D piece of Zelda art, and a Zelda puzzle. Bundle 5 has a Switch with gray Joy-Cons, Breath of the Wild, the first two volumes of The Legend of Zelda Legendary Edition mangas, and a Sheikah Slate notepad.Bundle 7 is $435.99 and includes the Switch with gray Joy-Cons, Breath of the Wild, a triforce light, and a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Art & Artifacts. Bundle 8 is $439.99 and a remix of Bundle 9 and Bundle 4, with a Switch with gray Joy-Cons, Breath of the Wild, the shield backpack, and the lenticular 3D art.Bundles 1 and 2 are for toy collectors. Both include the Switch with blue and red Joy-Cons and Breath of the Wild. Bundle 1 is $459.99 and adds the 20-inch SDCC-exclusive Skyward Sword Link figure. Bundle 2 is $449 and adds the First4Figures Breath of the Wild Link figure. Incidentally, First4Figures figurines are amazing, and Bundle 2 is way better than Bundle 1.Bundle 6 is the second most expensive at $454.99 and includes a Switch with gray Joy-Cons, Breath of the Wild, the lenticular 3D art, and a Zelda chess set.Then there’s the high-roller art package, the $609.99 Bundle 3. This includes the Switch with blue and red Joy-Cons, Breath of the Wild, and a 30-by-60-inch Breath of the Wild oil painting on canvas.Okay, it still sucks that you can’t easily get a Switch at the suggested retail price of $299.99, but at least ThinkGeek’s bundles have something to offer and aren’t just raw, profiteering mark-up. And if you get a Switch, you should get Breath of the Wild to go with it. Seriously, it’s great.Here’s hoping the SNES Mini doesn’t have the supply problems of the Switch and NES Mini and- it’s sold out already, isn’t it?Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetlast_img