Club Nintendo in Japan has revealed that for 150 points, members will receive a cool-looking 3DS card case that can hold up to 18 games. Here’s hoping it’ll eventually make its way to Club Nintendo in other regions.
It has been revealed that one of the new rewards in Club Nintendo in North America is Xevious, a 3D Classic for the 3DS. The game will be available for 100 coins until the 10th of January. At that time Nintendo will add a new batch of downloadable games purchasable with Club Nintendo coins. So, what eShop games would you like for Nintendo to offer through Club Nintendo?
Nintendo of Europe has announced two promotions for Club Nintendo members. If you register two eligible 3DS games on Club Nintendo by the 31st of January you will receive a special code to download 3D Classics: Kid Icarus from the eShop for free. After registering your games you’ll also be eligible to enter a contest to win one of 3,000 limited edition Super Mario themed 3DS handhelds. You can click here to get all the details and to see a list of all the eligible games.
Early adopters of the 3DS are set to receive 20 free games as part of the Ambassador Program. It’s also been revealed that the games will be eligible for Club Nintendo coins. Simply link your Club Nintendo account to your 3DS before downloading the free games and you’ll receive the coins.
A while back we reported that Japan, Australia, and Europe had all received an oversized augmented reality card via Club Nintendo. And now, Club Nintendo members in North America can get an oversized card by redeeming 200 points. If you want to check out a demonstration of Target Shooting using the giant AR card, you can check here for the video.