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Those Club Nintendo Luigi statues are all gone

8:00 AM on 01.02.2014

Chris Carter

Reviews Director

Hopefully they'll restock sometime

After announcing that the Year of Luigi had been extended into 2014, Iwata nonchalantly dropped an amazing Dark Moon themed statue on us. Saying it would be "available soon," all of us assumed that it would arrive sometime into the (at the time) next year.

But it actually showed up on Club Nintendo later that day, and for 1500 coins nonetheless in the US. Sadly, it's now sold out, with no word on when a new shipment will show up. I had also missed out due to having just purchased a green 3DS XL charging cradle, another gold Nunchuk, and the Pikmin tote.

Maybe next this year!

Luigi's Mansion Figurine [Club Nintendo]

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