Grab Pokemon Legends: Arceus for its lowest price yet


Pokemon Legends: Arceus has brought a bold new approach to the long-running Pokemon franchise, tasking you with building the Sinnoh region’s first Pokedex. If you’ve been keen on picking up this wonderful series mod entry, your patience has paid off – today you can snag a used copy for just $35 at GameFly.

GameFly only executes the agreement for used versions of Pokemon Legends: Arceus. However, free delivery is included with your purchase and most locations will see their game arrive within two business days.

Used copies of GameFly games come with the original case and all inserts that came with new copies. Since this is a Switch cartridge, you don’t have to worry about scratches like you would with a used physical disc game. It’s the best price we’ve seen for Arceus, and we wouldn’t be surprised if it sold out quickly. You don’t need to be a paying GameFly member to take advantage of the savings, although a 30-day free trial is also available for interested customers.

Pokemon Legends: Arceus marks the first big change for the series in years. Instead of wandering around tough gym leaders, you’re unleashed into a sprawling world filled with Pokémon – many of which can be caught without entering combat. You can also discover a handful of rideable Pokemon that make it easy to navigate Sinnoh’s striking landscapes. Our Pokemon Legends: Arceus review gave it an 8/10, praising it for taking risks that help breathe new life into the long-running series.

“Despite being a spin-off, Pokemon Legends: Arceus does not lend Pokemon’s hallmarks to an entirely different set of mechanics like the Mystery Dungeon or Stadium series,” reviewer Steve Watts wrote. “Instead, this game reinvents the basic mechanics of Pokemon- – finding and catching Pokemon and battling with them – in the new context of exploring vast 3D open spaces. The result is sometimes messy and doesn’t work not always, but its distinct qualities set it apart from the main series and ultimately elevate it.”

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