If you are a gamer situated in Argentina, Peru, or Chile, you will now be able to access a native Nintendo eShop to buy games digitally. While it isn’t the full throttle catalogue that you might find in other regions across the world, it is likely to grow from these early days if trends in the other regions are anything to go by.
The only method of purchasing a game through the eShop in these regions thus far is to buy a download code on a computer or mobile device initially, before using the code on the eShop itself to download a game digitally. It may be slightly frustrating to have to get a download code from a computer or mobile device first, but it is still promising that the eShop is now facilitating these territories.
It’s worth noting that demo downloads are available for free, so you can try out games such as Captain Toad’s Treasure Tracker at your convenience.