Two downloadable games have been added to Club Nintendo in North America. During the month of June you’ll be able to use 100 coins for Donkey Kong on the Virtual Console or 150 coins for Brain Age Express: Sudoku, the DSiware game. You can click here to check out the rewards.
If you live in the United Kingdom and you’ve picked up a copy of Mario Tennis Open (or plan to do so within the next week), make sure you register the game via Club Nintendo. They’re holding a promotion that will grant you with an extra 250 stars if you register the game before May 28th. That’s twice the usual amount of stars, and that’s a pretty darn good deal, so go and grab it if you can.
Two downloadable rewards for the 3DS have been added to Club Nintendo in North America, including Urban Champion as a 3D Classic and the DSiware Art Style: PiCTOBiTS. They both cost 150 Club Nintendo coins, can only be downloaded to a 3DS, and will only be available until the end of the month.
For a while, members of Club Nintendo in Europe and Australia have been able to order packs of augmented reality cards for Kid Icarus: Uprising, but no such offer was in place for North America. It seems like that will all change soon as a customer service rep has revealed that Nintendo of America will offer the cards through Club Nintendo, but have yet to decide when they’ll be available. We’ll just have to wait for the announcement.
Club Nintendo in North America has added a downloadable reward to its catalog. During the month of April you’ll be able to exchange 150 coins for Metal Torrent via Club Nintendo. You can click here to check it out.