Think back, to childhood, when we were enticed by our parents with the perspective of owning our very own Nintendo console. Promises were made, dreams were burning and Christmas would come. And, there, under the dangling branches of the Christmas tree, you would discover, on the first day of Christmas that Santa brought you that console. But the dream isn’t dead, because nostalgia brings back Nintendo.
In order to revamp their business venture, Nintendo plans to move their merchandise on the popular EBay network. As of now those of you who still hold on to those childhood memories of playing on the immortal video console, can now go ahead and buy your very own Nintendo console. The online store features new generation consoles, as well as refurbished gaming consoles. And more goodies are on the way!
For example, if you already own a Nintendo console, and you are unable to play on it because of a faulty controller or something, fret not, young gaming padawan, because the gaming clones are there! You can buy almost anything from Nintendo’s EBay section. The offer includes both new and revamped Nintendo consoles.
Are you’re a Super Mario or a Street Fighter addict? No a problem. You have all sorts of online emulators, on the internet, capable of rendering almost every console game you can think off. But it’s not the same feeling. I mean, you just the get the same pleasure hitting the keyboard as you would with a gaming pad. But this will not be an issue anymore.
Go to Nintendo’s EBay section and browse around to see if anything catches your eye. At the first glance, it would seem that they have everything besides the kitchen sink. Gaming cartridges, whole consoles, gaming pads and several other accessories that guarantee hour and hour of entertainment.
And they even have special sections for each console. For example, if you are partial to the Super Nintendo Console generation, you could go ahead and buy a brand new one for only 119.95 dollars. Also, by poking around the different sections, you will even find some rare trinkets. Games like Donkey Kong, Super Mario All-Star or Street Fighter II are commonly sold items on the network. But there are also very rare console games such as Skyblazer.
The site also features box offers for Nintendo users. If you thought about throwing away you old video SNES console just because the controllers are broken, then think again. Nintendo has an awesome offer: for only 7,25 dollars you can buy two 16-bit controllers for the SNES console.