At the moment, retail titles on the eShop tend to be the same price as their retail counterparts. Without the ability to re-sell them, however, there’s little incentive to purchase them until they do eventually become more affordable. Samurai Warriors: Chronicles 2nd from Tecmo Koei, luckily, is the first game to break the trend. The retail version of the game costs ¥6,090, while the eShop version costs ¥5,400. It’s not a huge difference, but it’s a start. The trick, of course, is for Nintendo to do the same with their titles.