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Nintendo Direct Discussion (1/15/16)


Join Steve and Brad (with brief cameos from his roommate, Tori) as they discuss all of the happenings with the latest Nintendo Direct!

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Club Nintendo Platinum and Gold Status Prizes Now Available


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It’s a new Club Nintendo Year, meaning that those of you who have been racking up Nintendo purchases now get to choose your prize! If you gotten over 300 points this year, you would have Gold Status, and if you got over 600, you’re platinum status. This year’s prizes are:

  • Three-Poster Set (The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker, Pikmin 3, and 8-bit Luigi)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Original Soundtrack
  • 2014 Club Nintendo Calendar
  • Super Smash Bros. (Wii Download [Works for Wii U])
  • WarioWare D.I.Y Showcase (Wii Download [Works for Wii U])
  • The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening DX (Nintendo 3DS Download)
  • Super Mario Land (Nintendo 3DS Download)
  • Sakurai Samurai (Nintendo 3DS Download)

You got until August 15, 2013 to act, so get to that…chop chop!

Source: http://club.nintendo.com/elite-status-gifts.do

Nintendo Direct, Operation Moonfall Edition


Nintendo is holding yet another Nintendo Direct video in about an hour, that’s 10am EST for those reading, and as always the NUReviews team (namely me and possibly Steve) will be in attendance.  If you can’t view the video itself then of course we will be writing up another article that will sum up the important details, and once it gets on youtube you can rest assured that we will post it here as well.  If you do have the time to watch it yourself you can view it on the Nintendo Direct website, or the Nintendo Facebook page.  In unknown related news, a Spanish website had a very interesting listing up the other day.  That listing is, if you haven’t guessed from the title, Majoras Mask 3D for the Nintendo 3DS.  Of course Nintendo hasn’t said anything about whether or not this is real and likely won’t until the Nintendo Direct, how ever if this does turn out to be the real deal and not some foreign fluke, then Nintendo fans are certainly in for a pleasant surprise.