Japanese gamers generally get great promotional gifts and this looks set to continue with the latest items available on Club Nintendo. There’s a super cute Yoshi plushie which is available for 650 points and some Super Mario Bros decorative tape for 250 points. There’s currently no word as to whether these will come to the west.
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Nintendo of America has revealed exactly which rewards Club Nintendo members holding the Platinum or Gold member status can receive. Unlike previous years where Nintendo has offered special physical items to those with 300 or more coins, this year the company has solely opted to reward members with a selection of digital games.
While platinum members will be able to choose from the full selection, where you must have over 600 coins to qualify, gold members will choose from half of the digital games on offer. Elite status members can only choose one free digital game, so make sure you log into your Club Nintendo account to see whether you’ve qualified with gold or platinum. The full selection of games are listed below, or you can check them out here.
- Game and Wario – Wii U
- NES Remix – Wii U
- Earthbound – Wii U
- Dr. Luigi – Wii U
- Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D – 3DS
- Fluidity: Spin Cycle – 3DS
- Dillon’s Rolling Western – 3DS
- Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move – 3DS
Platinum and Gold:
- Ice Climber – Wii U
- Kid Icarus – Wii U
- Super Mario Bros. – Wii U
- Zelda II: The Adventure of Link – Wii U
- Donkey Kong 3 – 3DS
- Wario Land 2 – 3DS
- Metroid – 3DS
- Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins – 3DS
Nintendo of America has announced exactly which games you can get your hands on with your hard-earned coins. As per usual there’s four games on offer this month and they include the following.
- 3D Classics – Kid Icarus: 200 coins
- Wii – Paper Mario: 250 coins
- 3DS – Metal Torrent: 200 coins
- Wii U – Donkey Kong Jr: 200
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here. Will you be picking up any of the games on offer this month? Let us know in the comments below.
This month’s Club Nintendo downloadable rewards have now been added for the US. Members can choose from four titles, including Electroplankton Rec-Rec and Kirby’s Dream Land for the Nintendo 3DS for 150 coins each, Kirby’s Adventure for Wii U for 200 coins, as well as Mario Party 2 for either Wii or Wii U for 250 coins. Each downloadable title will be available from now until July 6, and you can browse the selection
Nintendo has begun issuing a number of Tomodachi Life demo codes to select US Club Nintendo members. According to a number of emails received by members of the fan service, the publisher is rewarding certain platinum members with a unique download code to a demo for the life simulation game. Those who have purchased Animal Crossing: New Leaf and registered it to their Club Nintendo account are more likely to receive the demo code, given their purchase history.
If you’re lucky enough to receive a demo code, you can transfer the Miis you create to the full game when it releases on June 6, plus you’ll even get a special in-game bonus item on purchase. Hopefully a demo will arrive for European members in the future. Let us know if you’ve received a download demo code in the comments below.
Nintendo of America has updated its rewards catalogue so you can now spend your hard-earned coins. The games available this month include the classic Super Metroid for Wii U and Mario Kart 64 for the Wii and the Wii U. You can check out all the games available, below.
- Wii U: Super Metroid – 200 coins
- Nintendo 3DS: Kirby’s Adventure – 200 coins
- Nintendo 3DS:Brain Age Express -200 coins
- Wii/Wii U: Mario Kart 64 – 250 coins
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Nintendo has confirmed via the Club Nintendo website that they won’t be taking anymore orders for physical rewards until May 13th. The company says that while physical rewards won’t be available, there’s still a collection of great digital games that you can download instantly.
“Orders for physical rewards are currently closed while we update our systems. But there’s good news: We’ll be accepting orders again starting May 13. We’ve also got great digital games that you can download instantly, so check ‘em out.”
Nintendo of America has issued wrongly sized Yoshi T-Shirts to Club Nintendo members after the reward was made available again earlier this month. The green dinosaur was so in vogue with fans that his t-shirts sold out in a few short days, but due to an unfortunate hiccup from the Club Nintendo team, members received sizes that were simply too large or too small for them.
However, Nintendo has since been notified of the problem and has apologised for the inconvenience. Those who ordered a Yoshi T-shirt from the US Club Nintendo website will receive a confirmation email detailing that Nintendo will ship the correctly sized product at no extra charge, plus members can also keep the original T-shirt – handy if you have a sibling or friend who missed out on the chance to nab one. Did you get an incorrectly sized tee? Let us know in the comments below.
Nintendo UK has announced that the wonderful Super Mario 3D World soundtrack is finally available for purchase on Club Nintendo. You not only get the brilliant soundtrack but you also get the snazzy CD case too.This two-disc collection features 77 tracks performed by the Mario 3D World Big Band and retails for 3000 stars.
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Nintendo of America has revealed the most recent rewards that Club Nintendo members can get their hands on this month. The games available on US Club Nintendo include Trajectile, Super Mario World, Art Academy: First Semester, and Mario Golf. Nintendo of America also announced that the Yoshi t-shirt is once again available for purchase for 800 of your hard earned coins.
- Trajectile – 3DS
- Super Mario World – Wii U
- Art Academy: First Semester – 3DS
- Mario Golf – Wii U/Wii
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