The next round of game rewards are now available for Club Nintendo members! You can get the following games for 150-250 Coins until July 6, 2014: Electroplankton Rec-Rec, Kirby’s Dream Land, Kirby’s Adventure, and Mario Party 2.
Just Dance 2015 will bring more community features, including remixes with video from you. Check it out for Wii and Wii U on October 24, 2014.
Shrek in Smash Bros.? The Nintendo 4DS? Join Alex and Steve as they come up with the craziest predictions they can think of for E3 2014.
The long-forgotten Wii game is planned for release in 2016. Talk about one heck of a development period!
We have good news all around for Club Nintendo members! Not only have the game rewards been updated, but the physical rewards are back. Last month, they took the physical rewards down for maintenance, but rest assured, they are now back for your ordering pleasure.
The new Princess Peach themed Wii Remote Plus is in stores now! Click the link to watch my unboxing video showing off the special edition controller, as well as my Wii Remote collection.
Hey, Disney Infinity fans! You can now get a special edition Crystal Series Buzz Lightyear exclusively from Toys R Us. The figure is $13.99, and if you act quickly, you will probably get a Power Disc Pack thrown in with your purchase.
Nintendo of America has a new batch of free games for March 2014. In return for some Club Nintendo Coins, you can get Bonsai Barber, Kid Icarus of Myths and Monsters, Number Battle, and Yoshi.
Nintendo has posted an extended maintenance time for all of its online shops on March 13, from 1:00-5:00 Pacific Time. This includes the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops, the Wii Shopping Channel, and the Nintendo DSi Shop.
Nintendo has stated they will be shutting down the service in May 2014. Here is a list of all the software affected…
If you have been hard at work collecting all the Club Nintendo points you can, you may want to head over to check out the newest Club Nintendo Rewards. This month’s featured games are now available.
How can Rayman possibly compete with the greatest platforming franchise of all time? Easy. The New Super Mario Bros. franchise is artistically dead.
Gamer_Greg had an incident with his Wii U, and he bought a new Wii U. The question is how does Nintendo Support handle such a loss with their digital titles?
This month, you can get Mario’s Picross from the 3DS eShop, Starship Defense from the DSi Shop or 3DS eShop, Super Mario Bros. 2: The Lost Levels from the Wii Shop, and Balloon Fight from the Wii U eShop.