It’s no secret that Nintendo has a minimal presence in Brazil. This has been a topic of frustration for many local Nintendo fans, and now many of them are hoping to make their voices heard – in the most Direct form possible.
Niantic has announced the first Pokemon GO Safari Zone for South America.
Brazil fans will soon have another option to purchase Nintendo’s titles.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Brazil has announced it’s planning to give away free codes to redeem Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden on Nintendo Switch if the number of newsletter subscribers it has reaches 10,000.
Niantic and The Pokemon Company have officially announced the PokeStop Submission feature for Pokemon GO.
In Suzano, São Paulo, Brazil, an anonymous artist has always been putting up a statue of the featured Pokemon on every Pokemon GO Community Day.
Nintendo of America has opened an official website offering digital codes of Nintendo Switch games to Brazilian customers.
A few years ago Nintendo left Brazil due to the high cost of business indirectly affected by the country’s tax rates.
If you thought scalpers were bad, wait till you see the price of a SNES Classic Edition in Brazil.