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Use Your Club Nintendo Coins...On Games!

Posted on Thursday, December 15 @ 10:04:45 PST by Keri_Honea
Finally, Club Nintendo has offered something enticing for those Coins I collect for each Nintendo game I register--using the coins to buy games!

We covered this earlier as a coming soon, and the Club Nintendo Catalog has confirmed that it is indeed true as of immediately. Until January 10, 2012, the following games are available for Club Nintendo Coins:

If you aren't interested in any of these games, don't fret; Club Nintendo will pick a new selection of games every month, "based on member feedback." In other words, it's time for you to start filling out those reviews you're supposed to complete for your favorite games within the Club Nintendo website. You get at least 10 coins for doing so, and you can use those coins to buy new games.

It's the Club Nintendo circle of life.

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