Nintendo gamers looking to recharge their faith recently had a new pilgrimage, as the company just opened a brand new My Nintendo Store in the US and Canada. Here, you’ll be able to conveniently source physical/digital games, consoles, accessories, and other exclusive merchandise. Interested friends can click the My Nintendo Store tab at the top of Nintendo’s official website to view store details.
My Nintendo Store stocks many physical and digital game merchandise, such as the popular “Pokémon: Arceus”, and the upcoming “Switch Sports” somatosensory game. As expected, the store will be full of related accessories such as Switch consoles, controllers, and Amiibo.
There are also Game & Watch replica handhelds with built-in “The Legend of Zelda”, classic controllers of N64 / Sega Genesis, NES / SNS, and even some replacement parts.
In addition, the My Nintendo Store has clothing, bags, pillows, Lego sets, pins, mugs and other peripherals, and even some exclusive items.
Examples include the My Nintendo 2022 calendar, the driver’s license for Mario Kart: Family Speedway, a lanyard, and a clip that attaches to the back of your phone and acts as a phone holder.
Even if you can’t get to the store in person, the My Nintendo Store offers regular express delivery over $50.
It is worth mentioning that the free My Nintendo Membership Incentive Program also provides up to 5% consumption rebates for digital goods, depending on the user’s consumption amount.
The event will run until the end of February 2022 as part of the opening festivities. 33% off select physical games ($39.99 for the entire week), including The Legend of Zelda: Link Awakened, Splatoon 2, and Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze.
[Background information] For the old players of 3DS and Wii U, Nintendo just announced the news that it will close the digital store of the above platforms on March 23rd.
Users will not be able to download free content or redeem codes at that time, but game DLC that has been downloaded and acquired before will be retained. Finally, Nintendo will close the account top-up service on August 29.