Nintendo Switch Lite’s Pokémon Dialga & Palkia edition is officially available to pre-order right now.

This handheld gaming console was only unveiled during this Wednesday’s (August 18) Pokémon Presents presentation, while the company is allowing just one product per customer for the time being – priced at £199.99.

Its release date is November 5, which basically means you’ll be treating yourself to an early Christmas prezzie.

The new version comes in a slate grey with stunning Dialga and Palkia artwork on the back to accompany the Switch logo.

Nintendo Switch Lite Pokémon Dialga & Palkia Edition



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For first-time buyers of Nintendo’s entertaining gadget, here’s a site description: “A compact, lightweight addition to the Nintendo Switch family, with integrated controls.

“Supports all Nintendo Switch software that can be played in handheld mode. It’s great for people who have lots of opportunities to play outside, and also for anyone who wants to play online or local wireless multiplayer with friends or family who already own a flagship Nintendo Switch console.”

pokemon brilliant diamond and shining pearl


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Elsewhere, late-2021 will also welcome the release of Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl, which are Switch upgrades on the original DS titles.

As you’d expect, there are brand-new mini-games for players to enjoy, plus Pokémon Hideaways, which are new areas where you can see Pokémon milling around on the field (in the same vein as Sword and Shield).

Super Contests make a return here, as well as seals and decorations that really add some zing to your collection of Pokéballs. Another fresh feature to the Sinnoh games is character customisation.

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl will be released on November 12. The branded Switch Lite will be released on November 5.

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