After this month, Nintendo will halt all direct sales in Brazil. According to UOL Jogos, the company's leaving the country due to the exorbitant taxes it has to pay to continue its operations. Bill van Zyll, the company's general manager in Latin America, said in a statement that "Brazil is an important market for Nintendo," but the company had to make this decision, as its "current distribution model [is] unsustainable in the country." Chances are, some unauthorized sources are already selling imported consoles and games in Brazil. But if you'd rather buy a 3DS or a Wii U from stores that get its supplies from Nintendo's local partner, Juegos de Video Latinoamérica, you may want to do so soon.