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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


30 thoughts on “Lots Of Digital Rewards Now Available On European Club Nintendo”

      1. Mkay great for you, and yeah I know we just got a bunch of stuff last month, but the North American club nintendo has been nothing but shit lately. Do we have plushes, CDs(except for smash) pins and all the cool physical rewards? No. Yeah it’s great for you if you like the digital ones and stuff(and even this list some things seem better) but as a club nintendo member for years I prefer to have cooler physical rewards as I’m a collector. So no I’m not a spoiled fucktard, I just wish there was a better selection :P besides it’s ending anyways so whatever.

        1. Boo fucking hoo. I live in Sweden and there’s no club here at all. Which means it’s either digital rewards or no rewards at all. You ARE spoiled. “All we get if posters!” ALL WE GET IS NOTHING!

    1. Lmao look at you butt hurt. I think it’s great that they’re getting more stuff. For me I could care less on what’s on the North American club nintendo, we got our things. We’ve gotten stuff in the past also, let them get stuff too.

  1. A few of the games down as “3DS” are actually the WiiU versions, they’ve just got the wrong banners on (always check the descriptions!)

  2. Hmm, maybe I can finally get my hand on some Club Nintendo rewards from Norway… I can’t have them sent here, but with all these digital rewards, I’ll just download them! Hopefully, the new reward system will be world wide…

    1. Sadly, I already have most of these, or at least most of the ones I want. Luckily, I’ve dropped a few to save money and time, now is my chance to grab them!

  3. Those are awesome rewards; I’d really love to pick up Fire Emblem Sacred Stones, or Metroid Fusion

    But I live in Australia

  4. I wasted all my starts on Wii points before, because I live in Sweden, can’t ship, well most of them but I still had enough to get Zelda: ALTTP.

  5. From the U.S. here and I’m pissed about this…our selection is weak compared to this and most all the good games we were offered I already paid for. I’d love to get some of the games you guys were offered…

  6. I really like the MK8 DLC being an option, but I do think the US’s selection is still great especially since you can get full retail games. I’m still trying to figure out what I should get with only 350 coins. :/

  7. This is awesome. I’ve had ~5k stars saved up for years and finally I have something worth spending them on. Unfortunately, my code for Minish Cap straight up doesn’t work. Waiting to hear back from customer support. Anybody else have this problem?

  8. Some aussie bloke

    So many people in America are upset about the fact that their lineup isn’t equally fantastical. Meanwhile I’ve been checking Club Nintendo Australia every week for the last 2 years and the only game (much less digital game) we’ve ever had on offer was some Mr. Game and Watch mini-game thing on GBA. What I would give for a chance to use my abundance of stars on titles like these, or those that America has. I’m really hoping that Australia gets Europe’s leftovers this time around, but given Club Nintendo’s attitude toward this country, I’d be surprised if they even remember our online rewards system still exists.

  9. Damn, these are expensive. I just registered 10 games, and couldn’t even afford the VC game I wanted…

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