HomeNewsIndie Retailers Can Now Sell Nintendo eShop Games Jelani Thompson July 7, 2014 News Have you ever wanted to buy individual games at your local retailers instead of buying eShop cards themselves? Whelp, now you can! Independent Games Retailers now have the ability to do this, and the service will be available for both the Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS. This has all been made possible because of a company known as DLCSoft which also manages Sony’s Playstation Store downloadable games. You can expect to see Nintendo titles in retailers around Mid-July. DLCSoft said that this is going to be a great service, and believes that the addition of content from the Nintendo eShop will allow retailers “to establish their stores as a true digital destination on the High Street.” Both full retail games and Nintendo eShop-only games will be available to purchase. If you’re a fan of retro titles, there will also be games such as The Legend of Zelda, and the original Super Mario Bros. available for purchase. Indie retailers can now sell Nintendo download games [MCV] Share this post: No related posts. An Entertaining Series: BraveBayonetta 1 Will be Included as a Physical Disc With Bayonetta 2 at RetailersAbout The AuthorJelani ThompsonOwner/Social Media Jelani Thompson is the Owner/Editor-In-Chief at Always Nintendo! He's very passionate about interviewing developers and bringing daily Wii U and 3DS news to the site's readers. When he's not busy saving the universe, he's most likely at his Grandma's house eating her delicious meals.