The Not Dead Yet (but soon to be) Club Nintendo* quietly updated their Rewards Catalog this Groundhog Day. And like that jerk Groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil that told us Spring 2015 is just a myth, so too is it hard for me to believe that the wealth of games and physical goods currently being offered is real.
Some time last month, Nintendo promised to update the Club Nintendo Rewards Catalog with physical goods and digital games so that members with an excess of coins could utilize them before the discontinuation of the 6 year old Club Nintendo Rewards Program on July 1, 2015.
That day is here and these are some of the things being offered.
Physical Reward Highlights include but are not limited to:
- Animal Crossing Mini Playing Cards - 600 coins
- New Smash 3 Poster Set featuring Shulk, Duck Hunt and Bowser Jr. - 700 coins
- The Legend of Zelda 3DS XL Pouch - 600 coins
- The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask Fierce Deity Link Jigsaw Puzzle - 800 coins
- The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D Messenger bag - 800 coins
What's really great here is the selection of 117 downloadable games available for the Wii U, 3DS and Wii. Great to some, of course, who missed out on many of the Nintendo Classics from handheld and console systems of yore (and uh, current systems).
Digital Game Reward Highlights include but are not limited to:
- Earthbound (Wii U) - 250 coins
- Golden Sun (Wii U) - 200 coins
- HarmoKnight (3DS) - 300 coins
- Kid Icarus: Uprising (3DS) - 700 coins
- Mario Party 2 (Wii) - 250 coins
- Paper Mario (Wii) - 250 coins
- Super Mario 3D Land (3DS) - 600 coins
All rewards may be redeemed using your Club Nintendo coins through June 30th, 2015. If you're looking to get physical items, some of them are in limited quantities so get on that ASAP!
Also of note, as per the Club Nintendo site, Flipnote Studio 3D will be made available as a download code later this week and will be hanging out in your "To Dos" list.
*These offers apply to the North American Club Nintendo site.
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