Easy to Use Nintendo eShop #ad

 I was given products in this post for the purpose of review.  I was not paid to write this review.  All opinions are my own.

There is 2 things I never seem to have enough of.  Time and space.  We live in a small house, over the years I got pretty creative with my organizing, but space is still limited.  Time is also very limited, between sports, school, events and the day-to-day stuff I don't have much free time.  

 I always feel bad when my kids ask to go to the video game store and I just don't have the time to do so.  Quinn just asked me yesterday and I told him the next time I would be able to take him is April 30th!  And then there is the dread of trying to find space for more games.  I know one doesn't seem like much, but add to it all his other games and there just isn't room.  

That is why my new favorite way to shop for games in the Nintendo eShop.  We can shop right from our living room and the games are digital so they don't take up anymore space in my house!  We do have an SD card for more storage.  It can hold multiply games and content.

Using the Nintendo eShop is as easy as 1 2 3.  

1) Log into you Nintendo Account on nintendo.com

2) Browse the selection of digital titles on nintendo.com.  Find a game you like and click the "buy digital" button.

3) Choose your method of payment and confirm your order.  Your game will be downloaded to your device shortly.

  There is so many games, even ones you can't find it stores.

  My son also buys characters for Super Smash Bros Ultimate.  My oldest son has even found older games that I use to play as a kid.  Many of them were free.

They have an easy to use search bar that makes finding what your looking for a breeze.  And the download time was super quick, letting  my boys play their game that same day.

And they even have ads for upcoming games!

For me the eShop is a time and space saver.  It is like having an entire store right at our finger tips!  No more driving back and forth to the store, no more losing games or trying to find space for them.