The US 2015 Club Nintendo Gold & Platinum Rewards Are Now Up


If you’re lucky enough to be have Gold or Platinum status on Club Nintendo then you’ll be pleased to know that the rewards are now up. There’s plenty of goodies to choose from including Animal Crossing: New Leaf for the Nintendo 3DS and the fantastic Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze on the Wii U. You can check out all the games that are available this year, right here.

Thanks, Ryan and RedrexXx

Mario Kart 8 Folder & Bookmark Set On European Club Nintendo


Nintendo Europe has added a new physical reward to its Stars catalogue. You can now order a Mario Kart 8 Folder & Bookmark Set from Club Nintendo which will set you back 1500 Stars. The description says the package comprises two sturdy card folders sporting Mario and Bowser, plus other characters from Mario Kart 8. There’s also a pair of spiffy bookmarks to complete the combo. The folders measure 24cm x 30cm, and the bookmarks are 5cm x 15cm.

Thanks, WhiteEagle and Billy

You Will Need To Register Those Club Nintendo Points Soon

If you’ve got any Nintendo products to register on Club Nintendo then you would be wise to redeem them today. The last day to register your products with Club Nintendo is March 31st, which is today. After that you’ll no longer be able to register your games with the service. The final rewards for Club Nintendo went up a while ago but you’ve got a while before you need to use up your points. Nintendo has said you have until June 30th to spend those hard-earned coins.

Kirby Triple Deluxe And Super Mario 3D World Soundtracks Up On Club Nintendo Europe

You can once again get the Kirby Triple Deluxe and Super Mario 3D World soundtracks on Club Nintendo Europe. They are highly sought after items so I’m not entirely sure how long they will be available for. The Super Mario 3D World soundtrack will set you back 3000 Stars and the Kirby Triple Deluxe soundtrack is 2000 Stars. Will you opt for these with your hard-earned Stars?

Thanks, Kendrick

Lots Of Digital Rewards Now Available On European Club Nintendo


Club Nintendo Europe has finally been updated with a wealth of digital goodies that can yours for your hard-earned Stars. The site seems to be overloaded at the moment with people scrambling to get their rewards before Club Nintendo is replaced with a new service from DeNA later this year. Here’s what’s available.

Chibi-Robo! Let’s Go, Photo! – 7300 stars
Wii Sports Club Bowling (Wii U) – 5600 stars
Pullblox World (Wii U) – 5600 stars
Wii Sports Club Boxing + Baseball (Wii U) – 5600 stars
NES Remix 2 (Wii U) – 5600 stars
Hydroventure™: Spin Cycle (3DS) – 5600 stars
Wii Sports Club Tennis (Wii U) – 5600 stars
Wii Sports Club Golf (Wii U) – 5600 stars
Dillon’s Rolling Western: The Last Ranger (3DS) – 5600 stars
Mario’s Super Picross (Wii U) – 4500 stars
Golden Sun (Wii U) – 3900 stars
Advance Wars (Wii U) – 3900 stars
Mario Golf: Advance Tour (Wii U) – 3900 stars
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap (Wii U) – 3900 stars
Hana Samurai Art of the Sword™ (3DS) – 3900 stars
Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones (3DS) – 3900 stars
3D Classics Xevious™ (3DS) – 3400 stars
Tokyo Crash Mobs (3DS) – 3400 stars
SpeedThru: Potzol’s Puzzle (3DS) – 3400 stars
Tokyo Crash Mobs (3DS) – 3400 stars
SpeedThru: Potzol’s Puzzle (3DS) – 3400 stars
Pullblox™ (3DS) – 3400 stars
Art Style: INTERSECT™ (3DS) – 2800 stars
Art Style: PiCOPiCT (3DS) – 2800 stars
Mario Tennis (3DS) – 2800 stars
Metal Torrent™ (3DS) – 2800 stars
NES™ Remix (Wii U) – 2600 stars
Mario’s Picross (3DS) – 2300 stars
Pilotwings (Wii U) – 2100 stars
Super Punch-Out!! (Wii U) – 2100 stars
Super Metroid (Wii U) – 2100 stars
Mario Kart 8: Add-on Content Pack 1: The Legend of Zelda x Mario Kart 8 – 2100 stars
F-ZERO (Wii U) – 2100 stars
Super Mario World (Wii U) – 2100 stars
Super Mario Kart (Wii U) – 2100 stars
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (Wii U) – 1800 stars
Metroid Fusion (Wii U) – 1800 stars
WarioWare, Inc.: Minigame Mania (3DS) – 1800 stars
F-Zero: Maximum Velocity (3DS) – 1800 stars
Splash or Crash (3DS) – 1700 stars
Pinball: Revenge of the Gator (3DS) – 1700 stars
The Legend of Zelda™: Link’s Awakening DX™ (different language versions, 3DS) – 1600 stars each
The Mysterious Murasame Castle (3DS) – 1300 stars
Duck Hunt (Wii U) – 1300 stars
PIKMIN Short Movies HD (Wii U) – 1300 stars
The Legend of Zelda (Wii U) – 1300 stars
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (Wii U) – 1300 stars
Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels (3DS) – 1300 stars
PIKMIN Short Movies 3D (3DS) – 1300 stars
Link To The Past (different language versions, Wii U) – 1300 stars each
Wii Street U powered by Google (Wii U) – 1300 stars
Punch-Out!! (3DS) – 1300 stars
Ice Hockey (Wii U) – 1300 stars
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (3DS) – 1300 stars
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (Wii U) – 1300 stars
Super Mario Land (3DS) – 1100 stars
Donkey Kong (3DS) – 1100 stars
Metroid II: Return of Samus (3DS) – 1100 stars
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 (3DS) – 1100 stars
Art Academy: SketchPad (Wii U) – 1100 stars
Alleyway™ (3DS) – 800 stars
Wii U Panorama View Double-Decker Tour (Wii U) – 600 stars
Wii U Panorama View Carnival! (Wii U) – 600 stars

Thanks, WhiteEagle


Nintendo And DeNA’s Membership Service Will Replace Club Nintendo

Well, we’ve already heard that DeNA and Nintendo have partnered up to bring Nintendo IP to smart devices such as the iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Now it has been confirmed that a special membership service will be put in place to replace the existing Club Nintendo. This new membership program will be in place for a number of platforms including Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, PC, and smart devices and also the new hardware Nintendo is developing, the NX. The new scheme will allow those who purchase Nintendo content on a variety of devices special discounts. Details are rather scarce, but the new scheme will go live at the end of the year.

Thanks to those who sent this in.

Here’s A Good Look At The Super Smash Bros Club Nintendo CD

I know a few of you from the United States have contacted me to say that their Super Smash Bros Club Nintendo CD has shipped, but those of us here in Europe are still waiting. Anyway, NeoGAF member Vanillalite has taken some good quality photos of the CDs and the packaging that accompanies them. I hope those of you who’ve received theirs are enjoying them.


Thanks, Jimbob