Amazon Japan has officially opened a new digital store for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS games. The games on offer range from first-party exclusives to third-party titles, as well as Japanese eShop exclusives. The selection of games can also differ in price, with Amazon Japan reportedly selling some online codes cheaper than those currently in the eShop.
Unfortunately, consumers must input a Japanese address for purchasing and pre-ordering online codes from Amazon Japan. However, given a Nintendo digital store has opened for Japanese consumers, a digital store for Europe and North America may not be too far behind on the retail website.
Cake is delicious.
Them selling it at a lower price is definitely an unexpected price. Bring it over to the west~!
When I read the title, this was exactly what I was hoping for, cheaper prices.
Which in turn will render the eShop useless…
Can we buy the japanese games digitally and redeem them on a PAL console for an exame?
They are region locked so I don’t think you can.
Shyguy is so adorable
Sweet! First Amazon buys Twitch, which I really should try to use more often since it might be a nice alternative to Youtube, & now Amazon is creating a Nintendo section for their website! With Amazon now owning Twitch, I find myself more interested in it now. I take it back! Nintendo, get rid of that fucking stupid youtube app which sucks anyway & put a Twitch app on there instead. lol
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The end of gamestops regime is eminent…