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New 3DS Campaign for Free Game Starts in Japan

by Danny Bivens - October 1, 2013, 12:09 pm EDT
Total comments: 5 Source: http://www.nintendo.co.jp/mou1pon/index.html, NCL

Register two games, get a downloadable retail game for free!

Nintendo 3DS owners in Japan who register (or previously registered) two of any packaged or downloadable games with Club Nintendo between September 1 to January 13, 2014 are eligible for for a free game. This campaign excludes downloadable content or download only titles. The following fourteen titles are available for download on the 3DS eShop for those that have registered two games:

  • Mario Tennis Open
  • Kid Icarus: Uprising (coming to the eShop on October 31)
  • Nintendogs + Cats (all versions available separately)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
  • Brain Age: Concentration Training
  • Fire Emblem: Awakening
  • Culdcept
  • Pocket Soccer League: Calcio Bit
  • Hana to Ikimono Rittai Zukan
  • Pilotwings: Resort
  • Art Academy: Lessons for Everyone
  • Star Fox 64 3D

This campaign is currently Japan only. 


Leo13October 01, 2013

Please NOA just follow NCL this time

Pixelated PixiesOctober 01, 2013

Please NOE just follow NCL this time

VahneOctober 01, 2013

Didn't EUrope have something like this before? That means NA's the only without this.

Pixelated PixiesOctober 01, 2013

Quote from: Vahne

Didn't EUrope have something like this before? That means NA's the only without this.

Europe has had quite a few different 3DS promotions, but as far as I'm aware they've all been related to the purchase of specific titles. This promotion seems far broader, as it doesn't specify which two games need to be purchased in order to be eligible.

Kid Icarus wasn't on the eShop anywhere in the world prior to this, was it? Does this mean I may be able to get it as a download b/c screw the stand?

Give me this promo, and I'll cash in Kid Icarus on the spot - I'm already getting three games this fall for the 3DS just from Nintendo.

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