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Gold Nunchuk returns to Club Nintendo on Cyber Monday


3:30 PM on 11.25.2012
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Club Nintendo's Gold Nunchuk supply must have had millepede legs with how quickly they marched off those virtual shelves. Soon after being stocked a couple months back, the hotly requested accessory was removed from the list of freebie goodies.

As with the 3DS Game Card Case, Nintendo is giving CN members another chance to get their slimy paws all over the Wii Remote attachment. Starting tomorrow, November 26, the Gold Nuchuck will again be available for 900 Coins. It's likely to vanish just as quickly as the first time, so unless you want to pay exorbitant eBay prices, you best start taking those surveys you've been holding out on.

I currently have 715 Coins, so I'm pretty much boned unless I, like, buy a 3DS XL and an additional game in the next few hours. I'm not that desperate to get a free plastic dongle... am I?






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