For those of us who don't have access to a credit card or don't want to register their credit card on the Wii U to buy eShop content don't need to worry anymore.
This confirms eShop at launch. :)
$35 seems a little high. Hopefully they introduce a $20 one at some point.
Never mind, I updated the post with a $20 card.
Cool very useful for people who preordered or plan on picking up the Wii U
$35 seems very random
Not entirely. There are some games on XBL and PSN that cost $20 and many that cost $15. One card nets you two games if the prices are right.
well not really on the eshop games get added tax so if one game costs 20 the other 15 you can only get one and be a few cents short to get the other
I always wished these worked more like gift cards where they have a value of whatever you want to pay for it. That way you can just for whatever amount you'd need or want.
Great for those looking to pick up the Wii U. Good looking out, Trendy.
Theyre finally getting a little eco system going.. Im happy Nintendo is getting serious finally.. Keep up the good work.. The effort is undeniably good..
Now just give me some decent FAIRLY priced games and I'm good. If its anything like the 3DS store prepare to be disappointed.
I think steam should do these cads also id impulse buy more often lol.
& N4G needs a sarcasm color font sometimes. Gamestop owns Impulse but sells Steam cards. I see what ya did thar....didn't I?
I live in australia have never seen them or new they existed your judgement must also be slightly impeded lol i hope they come out here then cheers.
$35 makes sense, it just sounds a little random. $15, $25 and $60 would work for next-gen systems too.
$35 seems odd.
is the eShop cards region locked like the psn cards(EU,US)?
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