It doesn't matter where your Switch came from. They're all the same, and region-free. The only thing that matters, is which region your account belongs to.
If you have a Japanese account, it will only be able to access the Japanese eShop, no matter where you are in the world.
If you have a German account, it will only be able to access the German eShop, no ...
On an FAQ page by Nintendo:
After my Nintendo Switch Online membership expires, will my online save data and my Nintendo Entertainment System™ - Nintendo Switch Online data be erased?
Classic games in the NES – Nintendo Switch Online collection and the save data for those games will not be removed unless the user chooses to do so manually. ...
I'm worried that the game will think it is owned by the second account and not the main one which would be a pain because I hate having multiple accounts with different games on them.
The game will definitely belong to the second account. I know this because my wife and I have two separate accounts on the same Switch. An account can be linked to multiple ...
No, you have to have an active subscription to play the games. You can play offline (not making connection to the internet, so no checking if your sub is cancelled), but that only last for 7 days.
Can NES - Nintendo Switch Online games be played offline?
Yes, these games can be played offline for up to 7 days as long as you have an active Nintendo ...
Yes you can. On the eShop screen on your Switch you can scroll to the bottom, choose “redeem code” and enter the code on the back of the card to transfer the value to your account. It is also possible to use a gift card during checkout as well.
You can also go to https://ec.nintendo.com/redeem/#/ to redeem a gift card or other code online.
Edit: A Family Group is not required for this; you only need to add your account to the other switch.
From Nintendo's website:
A Nintendo Account can be linked to Nintendo Switch consoles that are
not designated as the primary console, however, some functionality
differs from when a Nintendo Account is used on a primary ...
Nope. That's it. Just do the system reset. Here are the instructions
From the Wii U Menu, select "System Settings."
Using the Left Stick, scroll to the "Delete All Content & Settings" and press the A Button.
Please read the information displayed on your TV screen, and then tap "Next."
Wait for a few seconds, and then tap "Delete Everything."
But there ...
If you want to play the game, you need:
One or more figures
A compatible console
Each base will support two playable characters as well as a mission pack figure (if needed). So, if you want to play on both Wii-Us at the same time, you'll need two disks and two bases to support your characters.
If it helps, the PS3, PS4 and Wii-U bases are ...
I am not aware of anything similar to "verify game cache" on the Wii U or any other console. However, you could try to move the game back to the internal storage to see if that fixes your problem.
If moving the game back to internal storage does fix your problem, there might be something wrong with your USB storage. However, if the problem persists, ...
If the accounts are on the same switch, yes, you can play it on your main account (on that switch) but the game will be owned to the other account although I cannot see why this would be a problem unless you owned another switch. If you were to log in on your main account on another switch, you would not be able to play doom unless another account on that ...
Unfortunately, (if I did my research right), the eShop for Nintendo's current consoles is region-locked, and games (or versions of games) from other regions cannot be bought on your Wii U.
It appears that it is possible to transfer game data using SD cards, so possibly if you bought an SD card from overseas that contained a NA version of Donkey Kong 64, ...
The Nintendo eShop cards are region-locked. Cards from the PAL region only work in PAL consoles, and cards from Japan only work in Japanese consoles et cetera.
Fortunately, in your case, you will be able to redeem codes from cards that were purchased from Singapore, because Brazil and Singapore both actually belong to the North America region, as stated in ...
I don't think so.
According to Nintendo FAQs:
Your Nintendo Network ID is tied to your software and/or additional content you have purchased and downloaded.
If you format the console setting your own NNID you won't be able to download those games because they are tied to the previous NNID.
You can use this Nintendo site to redeem codes on a PC. It requires you to log-in with your eShop account, then you can fill in the code. Obviously it will not download the game on your computer, but it should be registered to your account.
There is no such option possible. The best thing you can do is to buy an online code and give this key to your friend.
Another option is to borrow the 3DS, put money on the account, buy the game, let it wrapped on the homescreen and give back the present.
There is however no way to transfer the funds from your account to his/her account:
Can I Transfer ...
You don't have to delete your current one, but you do have to create a new one. According to nintendo support, "Nintendo 3DS family systems can only support one Nintendo Network ID at a time. However, you can format the system to deactivate the current NNID and create a new one. (The existing account and purchases will not be deleted, and can still be re-...
Last I checked, 3DS games are tied to the system you purchased them on rather than just the account. However, it is possibly to permanently transfer them to a new system using the 3DS System Transfer feature.
Nintendo also has a video on how to do it:
I cannot find an official answer, but I cannot find something for it (just like you) and people over the internet as well. Therefor I think it is not possible unfortunately.
Comments on form example GameFaqs and Reddit.
As Steve-O's answer details, a game that you purchase on a second account will belong to that separate account - as far as Nintendo is concerned, the second account, with a separate email, is an entirely different person with their own wallet and own set of purchased games, and the two accounts can only share games using Nintendo's limited device ownership ...
No, unfortunately DLC is always region-specific. This is true for all recent consoles, not just Nintendo.
For a PlayStation account, it's possible to create a new account for the DLC's region, after which you can then install and download the DLC. After that, you can switch back to your original account, and play the game (which is region-free) with the ...
The same game. The game will only pause for your friend if you begin to play the same game.
This is not true. You cannot play games at the "same time"
Basically the secondary console will have to go online and check if anyone on the same account is playing the any digital games. If someone is, you get suspended.
This is both a nintendo limitation and a ...
Wii Points is digital currency for the Wii. They are shutting down the option to buy them after March 26, which has already passed.
There is no way to get points anymore. What about possible bugs? Well, the Wii has been around for twelve years. Whatever bug that existed, people either have fixed it, or the system is so old nobody cares about ...
They are not from my experience. I have bought several games on the eShop and transferred from an old 3DS to a New 3DS and all of the games came with my profile. As long as you have the same NNID you should be fine
There will be a very small increase when downloading in sleep mode, because your system is not using as much internet as it would be if it was open (the more web pages open, games playing ect., the bigger this difference will be). But as I said this is very minimal and not really noticeable, so the short answer is no.
It just depends on if you want to carry ...