The Humble Store now sells Switch and 3DS games

You can now buy Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS games from a brand new digital store — and potentially save a bit of extra money in the process.

The Humble Store announced today that it is now selling games for Nintendo's newest home console, the Switch, as well as the company's last dedicated portable, the 3DS. If you take a gander at the store now, you'll see games like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Super Mario Odyssey, the Pokemon Let's Go games, and more.

Rather unfortunately, all of the games are set at their full retail price, even though there's a sale over at the eShop and many other digital outlets. But there might be a way for you to knock 10% off of everything, regardless of whether or not there's a sale going on.

Subscribers to the Humble Monthly subscription service receive a number of perks, such as a slate of new games every month, access to a Game-Pass-esque catalog called the Trove, and 5% of your subscription fee donated to charity. But there's another benefit in the form of a 10% discount on all Humble Store purchases.

Should this discount apply to the Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS games that are now present in the Humble Store — and there's no indication that it wouldn't — you could knock 10% off any games that have yet to come down in price. We're looking at you, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

The Humble Monthly subscription rings up at $12 a month, so you'd have to decide if the benefit of a 10% discount is worth it for your Switch and 3DS purchases. But if you're also a PC gamer and you want to build up your collection there, too, then the Humble Monthly service is a no brainer. Right now, Humble Monthly features Yakuza 0 and The Division — two games you certainly won't be playing on the Switch anytime soon.

We'll let you know should we get some confirmation about the discount.