Nintendo eShop Gift Card
$10 Nintendo eShop Gift Card [Digital Code]
This is a pretty good digital code Nintendo eShop Gift Card for the price. The cardboard itself is sturdy, but not so rigid that it can’t be folded for easy storage. The corners are pleasingly rounded, so it feels quite ergonomic, and fits snugly in the hand, with no pointed edges.
As a bonus, the card features a full color portrait of Shigeru Miyamoto’s famous plumber Luigi Mario on the front. While the more expensive $20 card (which retails for around $20) features the more celebrated Mario Mario, if you’re on a tight budget this is a reasonable alternative.
The back is rather plain, more function over fashion, and is largely monochrome. The one exception is a nice silver strip, which can be peeled away to reveal a code. The code can actually be typed into Nintendo’s eShop, and will credit you’re account with $10 in virtual currency. This effectively makes the card itself ‘free’. It literally pays for itself.
All in all, I found this to be a decent mid-range eShop card. While it’s not as impressive as more expensive models (the Mario Card, the $50 Bowser edition) it’s twice as useful as the cheaper Toad version, and it’s well worth shelling out (no pun intended) the extra cost. Recommended.Promised Review By Budapesti