According to a recent report, Nintendo will be making the eShop experience much more convenient later this month. The report states that Nintendo is teaming up with CentreSoft subsidiary DLCSoft to allow retailers the ability to sell digital Nintendo games. This essentially means rather than having to use a credit card online or buying a general eShop card, you’ll be able to purchase download codes for specific games at retail stores. DLCSoft already provides this service on PlayStation platforms.
This partnership is expected to launch in mid-July, and will include both 3DS and Wii U games. In addition to things like indie games and digital only titles, there will also be full AAA games and Virtual Console content like classic Mario and Zelda games.
Source: MCV UK