Club Nintendo introduces downloadable game rewards

Club Nintendo

In an effort to revamp Club Nintendo, the famed videogame company has decided to introduce more noteworthy rewards for the loyalty program.

A press release earlier today revealed that Club Nintendo members can now submit their coins for downloadable Wii and 3DS games. Starting today, Super Mario Kart and 3D Classics: Xevious will be available for 100 coins, while Fluidity and Mario vs. Donkey Kong will cost 150 coins.

Those downloadable game deals will last until January 10, 2012. A new batch of offers will be announced next month, and Nintendo will take customer feedback into consideration when deciding what games to choose next.

Fans can look for more information on the newly designed Club Nintendo website.


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