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Nintendo Of America Has Opened An eBay Store

Nintendo of America has opened an eBay store that sells new and refurbished goods. The items range from the Nintendo 2DS Mario Kart Bundle, to the standard Wii remote. There’s also a small range of games listed along with the Nintendo 3DS NFC reader too.

All items have free shipping and there’s over 30 items to have a look at. You can find them all here.

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36 comments

  1. Probably to make searches more relevent to them rather than scalpers. Either way… If Nintendo doesnt have an item, then people will most likely buy from other eBay sellers.

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  3. I’ll be waiting for some kind of announcement on a verified source’s end (like the Nintendo of America Twitter profile) before I do business with this site. In the even that this doesn’t turn out to be legitimate, though, it would likely disappear very quickly.

  4. Nintendo needs to start creating and selling their own brand of external HDD’s.
    Finding one that is instantly compatible with the Wii U usually involves a leap of faith, after reading a few reviews SAYING a particular HDD works with the console.

    They’d make things much easier on their fans if they just had their own brand-name HDD’s, especially if they offered them at lower prices than the ones currently on the market.

    1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of the great PS4 & the great n3DS! Oh & I guess the dying mediocre Wii U is okay, too!*~ says:

      Apparently Nintendo thinks 32GB is good enough if they refuse to make their own damn HDDs. That or just cheap. Speaking of…

      1. Actually, Nintendo wanted to include more memory into the Wii U, but it would have jacked up the price tag, which is why they went for a smaller amount.
        Not that it matters to me, since I planned on getting an external regardless.XD

        1. i got a 2tb hard drive and got all the games out so far and still it’s not full step up your game nintendo

            1. true look at Xenoblade that game is amazing and still is after beating it 20 times

  5. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of the great PS4 & the great n3DS! Oh & I guess the dying mediocre Wii U is okay, too!*~ says:

    Wow. Instead of making their own damn online store, they go & use eBay instead!? Fuck you, cheap bastards at Nintendo of ‘Murica! I swear! Maybe they are swimming in all that money they got from us during the Wii gen era like in that one Truth (anti-tobacco campaign) commercial where an entire pool is full of American US dollars.

    1. I’d just like to take a moment to speak off topic. OK, here goes. Holy S***, do you think you have enough words in your username? Seriously, that’s both weird and awesome at the same time……

      1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of the great PS4 & the great n3DS! Oh & I guess the dying mediocre Wii U is okay, too!*~ says:

        I’m hoping it’ll deter some fanboys from whining about my complaints because even though I will argue if I feel my opinion, or others that I share the same opinion with, is being threatened or trashed, I utterly hate arguing with people. (FUCK YOU, ANXIETY!!!)

      1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of the great PS4 & the great n3DS! Oh & I guess the dying mediocre Wii U is okay, too!*~ says:

        Oh you mean that lame ass one that’s getting it’s ass kicked by the online Nintendo UK store? Yeah. Some online store. More like a repair shop.

  6. It would be SO awesome if Nintendo sold their many awesome CD soundtracks on their eBay store. Like those sweet Japan exclusives that always make me cringe with envy. But alas, I know that would be too good to be true. I wanna slap other sellers for charging SO much for CD soundtracks etc.

    1. That’s where torrenting comes in my friend or download sites with the files save your cash for what you really need

        1. Rogue Master XenoRidley X3 ~*Proud Owner of the great PS4 & the great n3DS! Oh & I guess the dying mediocre Wii U is okay, too!*~ says:

          It sure is nice to have USB Drives, SD Cards, CD-RWs, & DVD RWs for those of us that want to physically own our digital purchases.

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