Rejoice Nintendo Switch Users! You Can Use Gold Points To Buy Games

Nintendo Switch Linux hack offers good news for homebrew

Nintendo Switch Linux hack offers good news for homebrew

Noone can deny that Nintendo Switch is rocking the market right now, gaining more and more fans each day. Nintendo has now told fans that it is updating the My Nintendo service to reward gamers in an exciting new way. Once the accounts are linked, users may also use PayPal as a payment option when buying digital content for the Wii U or Nintendo 3DS family systems from the Nintendo website.

Nintendo said the gold points would be good for a year once earned.

Developers tinyBuild has announced that they will be holding a live stream tomorrow and on it announcing six new Nintendo Switch games. So, if you earned them in March 2017, you'll have until the end of this March to use them before they expire.

My Nintendo Gold is earned in a number of ways, including buying games through the eShop.

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Rejoice Nintendo Switch Users! You Can Use Gold Points To Buy Games

If you want some Nintendo Switch game ideas, check out the gallery below for a list of the releases you MUST buy. Besides purchasing games, you can earn My Nintendo points by using Nintendo apps like Super Mario Run or Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on your smartphone and signing into Nintendo services like the eShop. You're the fabled Builder, and it's up to you to construct medieval metropolises and populate them while warding off risky monsters.

Meanwhile, Nintendo has added 13 new games to the Nintendo Switch eShop this week.

Dragon Quest Builders brings one of Square Enix's most prolific franchises over to the Switch, and it's coming with exclusive content for the Switch iteration. Nintendo Switch now has a huge library of exciting first- and third-party titles to keep gamers hooked.

Aegis Defenders, likewise, will see you pioneer, develop and protect your village from hostile invaders.

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