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Club Nintendo: Top Ten Rewards (RunDLC)

If you purchase Nintendo first party games and systems, you’ve probably seen Club Nintendo inserts requesting that you sign up and register your software to earn coins. We hope you don’t ignore and/or throw them away, because you’ll miss out on scoring exclusive Nintendo merchandise.

Club Nintendo has existed in Japan for years, much to the chagrin of jealous U.S. gamers. Nintendo finally brought the service to North America in 2008, and it’s been a huge success. Sign up is free, and you can create a history of purchases that in turn net you gold coins used to “purchase” cool swag. That said, we decided to rank the ten best items you should spend your hard-earned points on, starting with…

John Artest (RunDLC)

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GuruStarr782615d ago

United States Club Nintendo Rewards Suuuuuuuuuuuck.

They get SNES Wii controllers and stuff like that in Japan......we get a mario "folder".....woo hoo.

Buff10442615d ago

I agree....that said, we have to pick and choose from what is available. But I agree with you.