I'd like to help out but amazon.com is kind of difficult when it comes to shipping across the border. Some stuff they will do, other stuff not so much. Unfortunately in my experience games are the #1 thing they don't ship across borders.
So, for full disclosure, apparently the Negative World cut is 4%, which is honestly higher than I'd have suspected. And apparently it increases based on items referred per month:
Although this says "general" products and I believe I read somewhere once that games can bring in a tad bit higher of a percentage.
@Cube191 Good question. I'd suspect it works however the regular Amazon.Com works. As far as I know, all this storefront really is, in the end, is an Amazon.Com app that works like Amazon.Com but passes on the information of where the sales came from as well.
Well, if any of you Canadians try this out let me know if it works as is. I'd probably need a Canadian address to sign up for the Canadian program. Hmm. Maybe could use Shirley's.
I can't believe that "not too long ago" Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn and Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World were both bargain bin stalwarts at Best Buy, and now BOTH of them go for $70 new. How does that happen?