Including Metroid II
I’m unsure how successful My Nintendo is. The publisher seems to be satisfied enough, and they no longer have to spend tons of cash shipping out physical rewards to people like they did with Club Nintendo, but right now a lot of the system is basically a way to push their mobile presence. The other part involves Gold Coins, which slowly reward people by purchasing games digitally — something a lot of Nintendo fans and collectors don’t do, in favor of picking up physical copies. In some ways, the system is a paradox.
While I don’t see it as a replacement for Club Nintendo (those were the days), I’m enjoying it well enough. I mean, I got Twilight Princess Picross out of it, which probably would have been a $10 download, so it’s better than nothing.
Wait, what was I saying? Oh yeah, new discounts and new bonus games are out. You can find the full list below, and although most of them are Gold Coin related (see above), several 15% discounts can be purchased through the easier-to-earn Platinum Coins. Take a look at Metroid II if you haven’t already!
- Metroid II: Return of Samus (3DS VC) – 30 Gold Coins
- Wario Land 3 (3DS VC) – 40 Gold Coins
- Super Mario Bros. 3 (Wii U VC) – 40 Gold Coins
- Donkey Kong 3 (3DS VC) – 40 Gold Coins
- Super Mario Kart (Wii U VC) – 60 Gold Coins
- Mario Kart 8 DLC Pack 1 (Wii U) – 60 Gold Coins
- 30% off Earthbound Beginnings (Wii U) – 20 Gold Coins
- 30% off on The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D (3DS) – 50 Gold Coins
- 30% off Kid Icarus: Uprising (3DS) – 80 Gold Coins
- 30 % off Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS) – 100 Gold Coins
- 30% off Mario Kart 8 (Wii U) – 140 Gold Coins
- 15% off NES Remix (Wii U) – 150 Platinum Coins
- 15% off Yoshi’s New Island (3DS) – 300 Platinum Coins
- 15% off Mario Party: Island Tour (3DS) – 300 Platinum Coins
- 15% off Super Mario 3D World (Wii U) – 300 Platinum Coins
- 15% off Wii Party U (Wii U) – 600 Platinum Coins