Independent Retailers Can Now Sell Nintendo eShop Titles

By Fabian Ortiz

July 7, 2014

Much like Microsoft points, Nintendo has its own digital currency that they like to use to allow you to use to buy their games from the Nintendo eShop. Sony and Microsoft have both moved on to allow you to use actual money to buy their marketplace content, and now it looks like the company DLCsoft will be making an effort to make it easier on your pockets to download Nintendo games.

Soon you’ll be able to head to an independent retailer or mom and pop shop, and pick up a Nintendo eShop title like you would any other retail game. This includes retro titles, and titles that were exclusive to the Nintendo eShop. Hopefully with this, getting your fix for Mario becomes just a bit easier.

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Fabian Ortiz

One of the few Anime Nerds that won't scare you off during a conversation. A gamer that is, and has always been open to trying new experiences regardless of the resolution or company behind the game. You may think that you enjoy fighters, but this guy has played them all & still spends his time looking for more. Whether he's fighting pink stretchy aliens as Goku, battling reanimated ninjas as Naruto, or warding off swarms of hollowed soldiers as the Chosen Undead, this gamer loves to take the role of the hero in any genre.

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