Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Zelda, and Other Nintendo Games are Now Available on the Humble Bundle Store

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Zelda, and Other Nintendo Games are Now Available on the Humble Bundle Store

But only if you're in the U.S.

The Humble Bundle store now sells select Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS games online in case you're looking to get your Nintendo digital codes from somewhere that isn't the eShop.

The Humble store is currently selling most of Nintendo's big, first-party games, including Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokemon Let's Go: Pikachu & Eevee, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Splatoon 2. Humble is also selling season passes for Splatoon 2 and Breath of the Wild, as well as 3-month and 12-month memberships for Nintendo Switch Online. As for 3DS games, it's mostly Pokemon titles and a few Zelda and Fire Emblem games.

While there aren't any discounts for Nintendo games on the Humble Store, customers who prefer having options when it comes to who they buy games from now have a new alternative to the eShop. There are some stipulations, however, for purchasing Nintendo games through Humble that potential buyers should be aware of.

Nintendo games on Humble are only available for purchase to customers in the United States, and according to the checkout, Nintendo purchases on the Humble store aren't eligible for Humble Rewards or charity contributions. Nintendo purchases are also non-refundable so be warned.

Nintendo purchases on Humble aren't eligible for some Humble Rewards | Captured from Humble Store checkout.

Again, if you prefer buying digital games through the Humble Store and happen to be a customer based in the U.S., then you're in luck. If not, you can always just buy games from the Nintendo eShop.

For more on some of the Nintendo games available now on the Humble Store check out our Super Smash Bros. Ultiamte guide, our Pokemon Let's Go guide, and Nintendo Switch Online guide.

Header image captured from Humble Store

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Matt Kim

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Matt Kim is a former freelance writer who's covered video games and digital media. He likes video games as spectacle and is easily distracted by bright lights or clever bits of dialogue. He also once wrote about personal finance, but that's neither here nor there.

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