The Times Of India reports that the retail chain has closed down in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai and Bangalore.
The closure will affect about 3,000 stores across India.
This is a first for Nintendo, and will likely only affect its flagship India stores, the Nintendo store at the Taj Mahal in Mumbai and the Nintendo Store at the Sri Hari Krishna Temple in Chennai.
The store in Bengaluru has been shut down since last year and is not returning to the Indian market.
The Nintendo Store, which was first opened in 1984, will remain closed in India for now.
The closure will have an impact on many other brands.
“We are sad to report that we will not be able to continue to carry the brands that we are currently selling.
We regret the impact this closure has on our customers and we have extended our support to those affected,” a Nintendo spokesperson told The Times.
This has not been officially announced by Nintendo, but it seems likely that the store in Mumbai will close down as well.
The chain has been one of the few brands that can still sell Nintendo consoles in India.
The company has been able to do so due to a partnership with Indian conglomerate Reliance Industries.