Here Is The First Batch of Rewards Available With My Nintendo

Metroid Fusion, Super Mario 64, Donkey Kong Country Returns, among other things.

Posted By | On 31st, Mar. 2016

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The new My Nintendo loyalty program is finally live- an amalgamation of services like PS+ and Xbox live Games with Gold with Nintendo’s Club Nintendo offerings, it offers players loads of discounts on games and Nintendo software, as well free Nintendo games, simply for engaging with the Nintendo ecosystem.

The My Nintendo program launched today (alongside Miitomo, Nintendo’s first smartphone app ever), and the first batch of rewards available on the service is now listed. It’s got a whole lot of cool stuff on offer that you can try and strive for:

North America

  • My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – 1000 Platinum Points
  • Miitomo – Mario Suit – 250 Platinum Points
  • Miitomo – 1 game ticket – 85 Platinum Points
  • Miitomo – 5 game tickets – 420 Platinum Points
  • Miitomo – 10 game tickets – 250 Platinum Points (1 time only)
  • 15% discount on Zelda: Wind Waker HD – 750 Platinum Points
  • 15% discount on Yoshi’s Woolly World – 750 Platinum Points
  • 15% discount on Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – 600 Platinum Points
  • 15% discount on Animal Crossing: New Leaf – 450 Platinum Points
  • 15% discount on Super Mario 3D Land – 450 Platinum Points
  • 30% discount on Splatoon – 140 Gold Points
  • 30% discount on Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker – 100 Gold Points
  • 30% discount on Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D – 100 Gold Points
  • 30% discount on Ultimate NES Remix – 70 Gold Points
  • 30% discount on Punch-Out!! – 50 Gold Points
  • Super Mario 64 (Wii U) – 90 Gold Points
  • New Super Mario Bros. U DLC: New Super Luigi U – 170 Gold Points
  • Pikmin 3 Mission Mode DLC: Battle Enemies! Stages 7-10 – 20 Gold Points
  • WarioWare: Touched! (3DS) – 1000 Platinum Points
  • Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (3DS) – 35 Gold Points
  • Donkey Kong Country Returns – 230 Gold Points
  • Metroid Fusion (Wii U) – 60 Gold Points
  • Super Punch-Out!! (Wii U) – 70 Gold Points
  • My Nintendo Theme 1: Mario – 200 Platinum Points
  • My Nintendo Theme 2: Donkey Kong – 200 Platinum Points

Europe

  • My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – 1000 Platinum Points
  • Miitomo – Mario Suit – 250 Platinum Points
  • Miitomo – 1 game ticket – 85 Platinum Points
  • Miitomo – 5 game tickets – 420 Platinum Points
  • Miitomo – 10 game tickets – 250 Platinum Points (1 time only)
  • 20% discount on Yoshi’s Woolly World – 600 Platinum Points
  • 20% discount on Pullblox World – 150 Platinum Points
  • 20% discount on Mario Kart 7 – 700 Platinum Points
  • 20% discount on The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – 300 Platinum Points
  • 40% discount on Splatoon – 100 Gold Points
  • 40% discount on The Wonderful 101 – 120 Gold Points
  • 50% discount on Metroid: Other M – 60 Gold Points
  • 40% discount on Super Mario 3D Land – 110 Gold Points
  • 40% discount on Tomodachi Life – 100 Gold Points
  • 50% discount on Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move – 30 Gold Points
  • Super Mario 64 (Wii U) – 90 Gold Points
  • New Super Mario Bros. U Add-On Content: New Super Luigi U – 90 Gold Points
  • Pikmin 3 Add-On Content: Battle Enemies! Stages 7-10 – 20 Gold Points
  • WarioWare: Touched! (3DS) – 1000 Platinum Points
  • Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (3DS) – 35 Gold Points
  • Metroid Fusion (Wii U) – 60 Gold Points
  • Super Punch-Out!! (Wii U) – 70 Gold Points
  • My Nintendo Theme 1: Mario – 200 Platinum Points
  • My Nintendo Theme 2: Donkey Kong – 200 Platinum Points

That’s a healthy catalog of games to start out with. You get Gold Points for buying Nintendo products off of their eShop, while Platinum Points are awarded for simply engaging with the Nintendo ecosystem.

Which one of these games are you going to try and get first?


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