Nintendo has a pretty good history of keeping its customers happy.
The company has been a big fan of the online retailer Amazon for decades, even going so far as to start a rival to Amazon Prime that the company has used to sell games.
Amazon has also been a good fit for Nintendo as the company tries to expand its eShop.
But the eShop at Nintendo has always been a little sketchy.
It’s unclear what customers were actually purchasing from Nintendo, which has always kept a tight lid on information about what it sells.
The retailer’s website doesn’t provide any sort of detailed information about any of its products.
And the company hasn’t provided a lot of details about how it keeps tabs on what it does or doesn’t do with all of that information.
But this year, Nintendo is finally taking its online sales to the next level.
And that’s by partnering with Amazon.
The move comes after years of speculation that the Nintendo eShop might someday be a part of Amazon’s online shopping platform.
That idea was initially proposed by a former Nintendo employee in a blog post published last year, but the partnership with Amazon is actually more recent.
The partnership between the two companies was announced last week.
The two companies announced their partnership in a video that they both posted on YouTube on Tuesday.
In that video, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata talks about how Nintendo wants to use Amazon’s platform to make the Nintendo Switch easier to use.
And Iwata then talks about the ways Nintendo has used Amazon’s eShop to get customers to the Nintendo Store.
“This partnership will allow us to further expand our eShop offerings by allowing customers to purchase games from our online store and Nintendo’s e-Shop without the need to wait for their eShop credit card information,” Iwata said in the video.
“By offering consumers more options to purchase content directly from Nintendo and other retailers, this partnership will benefit both our online and offline customers.”
This is one of the first big moves Nintendo has made with the Amazon platform since the company was bought out by Amazon in 2017.
Nintendo is planning to offer its own eShop that will focus more on games and accessories, with a big focus on free games.
That’s a big change for Nintendo, as it’s not a big seller of Nintendo-themed merchandise.
And it’s an entirely different strategy for Amazon than Nintendo’s own store.
Amazon’s platform has always had a strong focus on games, but it’s unclear whether that would change under this new partnership.
In addition to offering a more expansive selection of titles, Amazon will also be offering Nintendo with an easier way to find the games it sells in its stores.
But for now, Nintendo has to rely on its own store for games.
Nintendo’s store has always served as a kind of hub for the company’s online services, so it makes sense for the Japanese electronics giant to take the same approach.
The eShop on Nintendo’s home console is still the same place, but Iwata mentioned that Nintendo is looking to integrate it into the Nintendo app so that customers can access games directly from their smartphones and tablets.
That integration will be easier on Nintendo if it’s able to build out an online service in partnership with a major gaming platform like Amazon.
The console itself will have to wait until 2019 for Nintendo to officially debut its e-Sale service.