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GameStop starts selling 3DS eShop games

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First the eShop itself, then Club Nintendo, now GameStop. It seems like every time you turn around, there's a new way to get eShop games. has started selling download codes for select eShop games. Well, two eShop games, anyway. Both the excellent Pushmo and classic Super Mario Land 2 are currently available for $6.99 and $3.99, the same prices as on the eShop itself.

So why buy from GameStop instead of directly from the eShop? Well, the biggest advantage is that now you'll be able to use your trade-in credit or a GameStop gift card to buy eShop games. Really, the more options, the better.

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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (March 19, 2012)

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