• Nintendo Switch eShop now gives gamers option to cancel pre-orders

    27 days ago - By Nintendo Enthusiast

    The Nintendo Switch eShop is a treasure trove of wonders. Players can purchase quality and terrible titles, from AAA behemoths to indie developers and everyone in between. Pre-ordering games on the online service, though, used to be a gamble. Opting to secure a title in advance would charge customers right away, and there was no way to renege on a purchase unless one got lucky with customer service. Thankfully, this is no longer the case. It's alright to backpedal every now and again on the Nintendo Switch eShop According to a tweet from Nintendo of Japan, users of the Nintendo...
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  • Switch eShop Now Offers Preorders Of Upcoming Games

    Switch eShop Now Offers Preorders Of Upcoming Games

    27 days ago - By Nintendo World Report

    With easy cancellation on tap as well. An overnight update to the eShop has changed how preloading of digital titles works.
    Previously, preloading software would charge immediately and begin the process of downloading the game straight away. Starting with this update, "pre-purchase" has been changed to "pre-order", with the game file...
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  • Nintendo Switch eShop now has a ‘days remaining' countdown for games on sale

    27 days ago - By My Nintendo News

    If you've had your eyes on a game in the sale on the Nintendo eShop but wondered when it's going back up to full price, you'll be happy to know that as of today, a ‘days remaining' countdown function has been added. You can see it for yourself in the image above ....
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  • Nintendo now allows users to cancel pre-ordered games on the eShop up to a week in advance

    Nintendo now allows users to cancel pre-ordered games on the eShop up to a week in advance

    27 days ago - By Destructoid

    While legislation has been "looking" at loot boxes for some time, a lot of powers that be have set their sights on a new target: the right to refunds .
    Steam got ahead of the situation very early by offering a generous refund policy, but a few other marketplaces have a long ways to go. Nintendo is throwing people a bone as of this week when it comes to the eShop.
    A new policy on their official site has made digital pre-orders a little more forgiving as of today: "You may cancel your pre-orders up until time of payment." Breaking that down further, "payment is processed and download is...
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