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Club Nintendo continues to taunt us, waving new prizes in our face

Sep 05 // 8BitBrian

Once again, the Japan-only Club Nintendo has updated the prizes that they're offering. For those of you unfamiliar with the program, with every Nintendo product you buy in Japan, there comes a slip of paper with a serial code that you can enter on the Club Nintendo website and garner points towards winning one of these prizes.

The top prize, Game and Watch Collection #2, includes the Game and Watch titles of Parachute and Octopus, along with a new title, Parachute x Octopus. Similarly, the Touch Generations soundtrack offers tunes from Animal Crossing, Wii Fit, and Wii Sports, amongst others. OSV has the full tracklist.

So, onto the prizes:

  • Game and Watch Collection #2 - 500 points
  • Touch Generations Soundtrack - 400 points
  • Mario Party playing cards - 300 points
  • Mario and Luigi Mini-pouch - 300 points
  • DS Lite pouch - 250 points
  • Original Mario Badges - 250 points
Down below in the gallery, you can see the items I'm talking about. Is there anything here that tickles your fancy?
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