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Submitted by Valay 274d ago | image

Photos of the Luigi’s Mansion Club Nintendo figurine

Check out some photos showing the special Luigi’s Mansion Club Nintendo figurine. (3DS, Nintendo DS, Wii, Wii U)

Totoro17  +   274d ago
Holy crap that's awesome!! Anybody have 900 points I can borrow ;)
PSjesus  +   274d ago
if each 3DS game give you 40-50 coins you need to buy 30 game at least(1200$) also not all games have Club nintendo points..... cheaper way get it from ebay there are plenty of Club Nintendo rewards for sale
Shnazzyone  +   273d ago
1500 coins is astronomical. I have 1100 coins. When they announced this I jumped to club nintendo... only to be massively disappointed.
JackieCruise69  +   274d ago
Awe, looks awesome. I would have had enough if I didn't use my coins on the LoZ ALBW poster set.
cloud495  +   273d ago
Please come to Au/nz club Nintendo.
zalanis  +   273d ago
what they need to sell on club nintendo is that new long lasting battery they have on their online store for the wiiu gamepad. its been a while since they posted something worth spending my points on.

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