New Super Mario Bros. 2 costs £10 more to download from the eShop
THIRTY NINE POUNDS AND NINETY NINE PENCE!!!
Nintendo’s trying to charge you extra money for the privilege of spending 17 hours downloading something you’ll never be able to hold, lend, sell or trade.
You’ll be paying more for a game that costs them absolutely nothing to manufacture, package or distribute.
Nintendo’s actual RRP for a physical, shop-bought copy is £34.99
It’s kind of ironic that this game has a huge emphasis on gold coin collecting, isn’t it?