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Metroid Prime Remastered My Nintendo pin reward is now live

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As I’ve said in the past, Nintendo has been pretty good about getting physical My Nintendo rewards up on their end for pretty much every AAA game they’ve released. That also includes Metroid Prime Remastered, which just debuted its physical reward today.

Clocking in at 800 Platinum Points, the reward is a set of two pins, one of which is the game’s logo, and the other: Samus, of course. These pins are on top of the downloadable Metroid Prime Remastered alternate box art cover. Here’s the full description from Nintendo:

“A set of two rustless-iron lapel pins inspired by the Metroid Prime Remastered game are available to My Nintendo members. The game logo pin measures 3.5″ x 1.77″, and the Samus pin measures 3″ x 2.9″. Pin them to your hat, jacket, or other gear to show your fandom!”

You love to see more Metroid merch out in the wild, even something as small as pins. It’s hard to find basically anything featuring this series, and it’s always great to see Nintendo remember that it exists. But with Metroid Dread making them a ton of cash, they’re well aware of that now!

As a reminder, if you want physical rewards, you can find our full Platinum Point guide here, which has been updated with details on weekly missions: bookmark it for when you need quick points for a reward. A handful of points is incredibly easy to get, as that’s basically just 15 minutes with Super Mario Run, or a quick sign-on to the 3DS or Wii U 3Shop. Also remember that any shipments are bundled together, so you can pay a flat rate for multiple items instead of paying it each time. Just know that items go out of stock on My Nintendo frequently, and some are never restocked.

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