Club Nintendo is Finally in America!!!

Club Nintendo is, for those who don’t know, a virtual “club” where owners of Nintendo consoles and games can register the serial numbers on each and earn online “coins” which can be used to buy real products. The most prestigious item you can get on Club Nintendo at the current point in time is the Game & Watch Collection for the Nintendo DS, which is going for 800 coins.

Speaking of coins, Wii disc games are worth 50, DS are worth 30, and Virtual Console are worth 10. I have no idea if old GameCube and GBA games are worth anything, as it’s completely impossible to log onto the website due to high traffic. Which is a pain in the ass.

I’ll bring you more on Club Nintendo as soon as I’m actually able to sign into it. Until then, keep reading Everyview and check out the Club Nintendo website for yourself right here.

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  1. You weren’t kidding about it being a pain in the ass. It took me like 10 attempts to log in, the it won’t even accept my serial codes for any of my or my nephew’s consoles. Its pissing me off.

    I wonder its just a temporary problem, but it tells me the extended warranty was never activated which is shitty because I paid money for these things, they should accept the codes.


  2. I think I’ll hold off for some better swag with my coins. Compared to Europe and Japan’s reward programs, North America got a lot of crap for prizes. That and I don’t have a lot of 1st/2nd party games so not a lot of registration code potential, and 3rd party games have none at all.

    Everyone seems to be going nuts wanting that Game & Watch title for the DS. Wait until they get it and realize that the points equivalent of buying 16 Wii games was wasted on a compilation that only has 3 G&W games on it. :P

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