Sad news for fans of the beloved Club Nintendo as Nintendo have confirmed that part of the site will be shutting down. It’s not all bad news as Nintendo of America updated its catalog for the version of its reward service. You can use up all your remaining coins on more than a dozen of reward stuffs from physical goods to practical console classics to latest updates.
A range of greeting cards to poster sets to a neato of Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D Messenger Bag are covered in the physical goods. Each of the following will set you with 300, 700 or 800 coins correspondingly. Isn’t it cool?! Well, it is a lot cooler than what I‘ve been expecting as a Club Nintendo loyalist.
It’s not yet over, the positively enormous collection of download codes you can acquire in return for those future useless coins makes it more interesting and great. There are a few Wii U attractions which covered the following: 200 coins for Super Mario World, 250 for Earthboud, and 600 coins for The Wonderful 101.
Owners of 3Ds can rip 200 coins for The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening, 600 for Super Mario 3D Land and Kid Icarus: Uprising for 700 coins. Just check the catalog on your own for clear selection, however the Club Nintendo site’s been twisted since it made its update.
Luckily, there is no need to panic because you have the pleasure of time until 31st of March to make a profile, do the registration and fill out surveys to get coins. Nevertheless, if those higher-end physical goods are accessible in their classically limited quantities, they could not make it to the end of the day.
I will be honest I have loads of coins as I never found anything worth spending them on as it was just notepads and silly bits and pieces. I think the fact that there are a few games now thrown in this will make me spending my coins easier.