Tag: Club Nintendo

Nintendo will be unveiling a Loot Crate style subscription service in the near future that will produce “N-Boxes.” As of now the service is limited to the UK only. According to MCV, “The ’N-Box’ will feature toys, clothes and other merchandise inspired by and branded with Nintendo icons such as Mario, Zelda and Pokémon.” Nintendo will operate this service through The Hut Group that runs a similar service called Zavvi which is sending out a Nintendo themed box in September,…

Now that Club Nintendo has been discontinued, an all new loyalty program awaits us. All new updated rewards, maybe a different way to get them, it should be exciting. But what Legend of Zelda rewards should be available? There were quite a few items within the lifespan of Club Nintendo that piqued my interest enough for me to use coins on, but what about you? Did you like any of the Zelda rewards available? There were posters, figurines, puzzles, etc….

Keep your games safe in this new Club Nintendo game case released in Europe. This case can hold up to 18 games and comes with three reversible sleeves, one of which features The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker on one side and The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on the other…

With the discontinuation of Club Nintendo now a reality, many of its members are awaiting the merchandise that they traded in their hard earned coins for. For us Zelda fans there were several The Legend of Zelda inspired goodies to choose from, and I know I wasn’t the only one that wanted to collect them all! One of the items I was most excited about was the Zelda inspired 3DS XL pouch, and it would appear as if some lucky…

Next month, Nintendo will be discontinuing its customer loyalty program Club Nintendo. Before the program began winding down, Club Nintendo announced a final batch of rewards for customers looking to trade in the last of their coins. One of these items was a sweet end of Zelda 3DS Pouch, featuring an amazing 8-bit design. If you were hoping to get a better look at this pouch, a Zelda fan on Imgur has posted a few close-ups pictures of this really cool reward…

Club Nintendo in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand seem to have missed the memo about its discontinuation as they are still adding some pretty amazing goodies! The Legend of Zelda inspired carrying case that was previously available through Club Nintendo is returning by popular demand but only for those members in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. Club Nintendo recently sent out an email to its members letting them know about several new additions that would be available for those territories…

As many people who follow Nintendo will know, the Club Nintendo rewards program will be replaced soon, and Nintendo has been very busy making sure that it goes out with a bang. Across all three main regions Nintendo has been cutting prices of items and adding awesome new goodies, like a Majora’s Mask Lamp, to the long list which currently stands. As such Nintendo has decided to update the European list once more, reintroducing the Legend of Zelda themed 3DS XL Carry Case…

Update: The Majora’s Mask Messenger Bag appears to be sold out.

As most Club Nintendo fans know, the long-standing customer loyalty and rewards program is on its way out this summer, making the way for a new one that will debut later this year. As part of the closure of the program, Nintendo added tons of downloadable games, and a sizeable number of physical rewards, including a jigsaw puzzle featuring Fierce Deity Link and the Moon Children, a Majora’s Mask Messenger bag, and a Legend of Zelda themed 3DS XL carrying case. As was the norm with most physical rewards, most…

Last month, we reported that a nifty Majora’s Mask light was announced as a Club Nintendo reward for European fans. While some were excited about this physical item hitting the soon-to-close Club Nintendo, others were skeptical of the light’s quality. For those hoping to get a closer look at this Majora’s Mask light in action, Pug Hoof Gaming on YouTube has released a full unboxing video for the reward…

The North American Club Nintendo, which sets to close down on June 30, 2015, has cut the required coins to purchases some select gaming memorabilia. Discounts range from 25% to 50% off the original cost, so now is a great time to cash in if you have been waiting to spend your last bit of coins. Hit the jump to see what is available.