Nintendo Games are Now Available on the Humble Store

Nintendo Games are Now Available on the Humble Store

Switch and 3DS games, that is.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jan 08, 2019 @ 08:38 AM (Staff Bios)
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The Humble Store, the charity platform turned digital market, has announced the latest addition to their online library: Nintendo Switch and 3DS games.

Limited to the United States, Humble Store shoppers can now purchase digital download codes to a large variety of Nintendo Switch and 3DS games. This includes Super Mario Odyssey, Pokemon: Lets Go, the Ocarina of Time remake for 3DS, and other sweet jams.

The Humble Store began has a more charitable alternative to other online distribution platforms, giving a small percentage of each purchase toward a charity of your choice. It began more indie-focused, but as popularity grew, so did the Triple-A game inclusion. Now even Nintendo has joined in.

At first, this seems like a surprising move by the game company. But with a wider perspective, we see that this is more so a sign of just how successful the Humble Store has become. The only other third-parties licensed to sell Nintendo games has been GameStop and Amazon. For Nintendo to make the effort to include the Humble Store among them is an accomplishment indeed.

To browse the list of available Nintendo games, check out the official Humble Store page category.

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