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Club Nintendo is pretty much wrapped up in North America, but the program still has a few months remaining in Japan. One of the latest rewards is a soundtrack, which features various tunes focusing on the endings/credits of Nintendo titles.

Nintendo Sound Selection – Ending and Staff Roll is comprised of two discs and 30 tracks. Here’s the full track listing:

Disc 1

1. Famicom Tantei Club Part II: Ushiro ni Tatsu Sh?jo – staff roll
2. For the Frog the Bell Tolls – staff roll
3. Super Mario World – ending
4. F-Zero – ending
5. Super Metroid – ending
6. Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War – The Continent Afterward
7. Super Mario 64 – staff roll
8. Yoshi’s Story – Yoshi’s Story
9. Luigi’s Mansion – staff roll
10. Super Mario Sunshine – staff roll
11. Metroid Prime – ending staff roll
12. Donkey Kong Jungle Beat – staff roll
13. Daigasso! Band Brothers – Barbara Bat Theme
14. Brain Age 2 – staff credits
15. Personal Trainer: Cooking – kitchen song
16. The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks – staff roll

Disc 2

1. The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – staff roll
2. Super Mario Galaxy – Super Mario Galaxy
3. Wii Remote Plus Control Variety Pack – staff roll
4. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword – staff roll
5. Star Fox 64 3D – staff credits
6. Sakura Saurai: Art of the Sword – cherry bloom
7. Mario Kart 7 – staff roll
8. Find Mii II – ending
9. Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Town Tree
10. Tomodachi Life – staff credits
11. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D – staff roll
12. Pikmin 3 – staff roll
13. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze – staff roll
14. NES Remix 1 + 2 – record roll

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Those who have reached Elite Status on Club Nintendo can now order their rewards. Fans can choose from several titles across Wii U and 3DS.

The lineup for Platinum includes Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Mario Kart 7, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and more. Gold members have access to Pushmo and Crashmo, Freakyforms, and several Virtual Console titles.

You can order your Elite Status reward here. Be sure to claim yours before April 30 ends!

Another new reward has been added to the lineup of European Club Nintendo rewards. For 1,500 stars, the Mario Kart 8 folders shown above can be yours. Check out the item rewards page here.


We’re one step closer to the end of Club Nintendo. Once tomorrow has passed, you won’t be able to earn coins on the website any longer. Make sure to finish up any product registrations you have!

The Gold and Platinum rewards should hopefully be announced later this week. After that, there’s not much to look forward to. Mewtwo DLC is coming sometime this spring (make sure you register Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS before tomorrow ends), and that’s about it! But hey, Club Nintendo had a good run. And we’ll be receiving a new loyalty program down the road.

Club Nintendo Europe will continue to add new physical rewards over the next few months. A notice sent out by Nintendo confirms that more items are planned for the “coming months.”

Club Nintendo will close its doors on September 30. We’ll be sure to let you know about any new goodies for European members as they’re announced.


Update: In a strange twist, it seems that despite some games like Metroid Fusion containing a 3DS label, they can only be downloaded on Wii U. So no Ambassador games after all? Someone at Nintendo seems to have messed up!

Take a look at this photo in case it’s unclear:


Club Nintendo Europe has just been updated with an onslaught of digital rewards.

There’s plenty of games to choose from on both Wii U and 3DS. Nintendo has added eShop-made titles, as well as Virtual Console releases. Perhaps most surprisingly, it’s possible to obtain games that were previously only available for 3DS Ambassadors.

You can find the full set of games here.

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Nintendo is still pumping out rewards over on Club Nintendo Japan. The latest batch includes:

Mario masking tapes (200 points, out in May)
Donkey Kong, Rosalina, and Splatoon Squid handkerchiefs (120 points each, out in May)
Block, bob-omb, and fire flower rubber coasters (150 points each, out in April)
Nikki 3DS theme (10 points, out in April)
Club Nintendo 2016 calendar (70 points, out in May)

Those aren’t the only rewards slated for Club Nintendo Japan. Last month, a Mario Kart 8 soundtrack was confirmed for the program, along with plenty of other prizes.

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With Nintendo announcing the discontinuation of Club Nintendo many of its members have been scrambling to make sure they can get enough coins to acquire their desired goodies before it goes away for good (I myself am one of those people!). This leads you to believe that there would be those that would try and find a way around getting those coins in an honest manner.

Last month a 4Chan user posted an exploit on how to get easy coins for Club Nintendo members. The exploit basically had you taking a confirmed code and changing a single number or letter until you got it to work. Sadly this proved so easy that eBay was then had people selling “generated” codes, as well as users redeeming multiple codes for free digital games. Some were also taking advantage of coins that had previously been able to be redeemed through the purchase of the Wii Mini.

Recently a number of Reddit users have posted that their accounts had been deactivated. There has yet to be any additional confirmation of the legitimacy of this claim or how wide spread the issue is.


If you haven’t already cashed in all your stars, you can now get The Legend of Zelda: A LInk Between Worlds soundtrack. Previously out of stock on Club Nintendo Europe, it is currently back in stock so get it while you can as supplies are sure to be limited.

With the upcoming end to Club Nintendo don’t get left with any unused stars!



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