Nintendo overhauls loyalty program, sends out free Wii and 3DS games
Looks like Nintendo is playing Santa to Club Nintendo members, sending out free games for the Wii and 3DS.
For registered Wii owners, you’ll get:
- Super Mario Kart
For registered 3DS owners, you’ll get:
- 3D Classic: Xevious
- Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again
The catch? You’ll have to buy them by using the Nintendo Coins. So not exactly free but since Nintendo gives you several ways to earn these coins without shelling out cash, they’re still technically free.
As with the Ambassador program, Nintendo is only putting these games up for free for a limited time — up until January 10, 2012. If you miss that date, you’ll have to make do with the new ones that the company will put up for download.
source NintendoTags: Nintendo 3DS, WII
you idiot ther not free you have to buy them with your nintendo coins or whatever thats how i got the minis march again game
So did you pay cash or not? Because if you didn’t then they’re still technically free.