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Japanese Club Nintendo gets huge AR card for 3DS


3:40 PM on 04.15.2011
Japanese Club Nintendo gets huge AR card for 3DS photo



Club Nintendo in Japan has been updated with a new reward for cashing in those Nintendo products: a giant alternate-reality card for 3DS.

It's 73 x 46 cm, which is a heck of a lot bigger than the cards packed in with the system. One side outputs your Mii, while the other does Mario. I desperately want this to become available to North America, even if it is just a glorified piece of paper.

If all else fails, I guess we can still totally fashion our own custom AR cards, as evidenced by this insane video.

Giant 3DS AR Card Available at Club Nintendo [andriasang]






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