Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate’s Free September DLC Revealed

Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate has been receiving a steady stream of DLC for months now, and now the devs have revealed what gamers can look forward to receiving this month.

This particular pack will be hosting a solid amount of variety for everyone to dive into, which you can check out the specifics of below:

  • 12 New quests (including 3 New Arena challenges)
  • 1 New weapon
  • 1 New armor set (GX Tempest / GX Welkin)
  • 1 New Palico equipment set (Pep Squad)
  • 1 Bonus Palico: Green Pal
  • 1 Guild Card background
  • 6 Guild Card titles

As always, gaining access to this content is very easy. All you have to do is connect your Nintendo 3DS to the internet, boot up your copy of Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, go to the DLC menu and get downloading.

Also, if you’ve missed out on the DLC of previous months you’ll still be able to download them whenever you want. There are only a couple of months of free DLC left to go, so get to it!

Tomorrow Marks The End Of Club Nintendo

Spend up all your coins while you still can, because tomorrow is the last day you’ll be able to spend them. Club Nintendo will be closing its doors tomorrow at 11:59 PM PST.

As for what you can get with your coins, you can click on through right here for a full list. There’s a lot of great stuff you can potentially get, so don’t miss out. I was able to get 6 games back when I spent my coins, which got some classic games I had been dying to play for years.

Fret not, though, dear readers, as even though Club Nintendo will be gone very soon something else is set to take its place. In fact, Nintendo claims that a brand new membership service will launch this Fall that will be even better. Here’s to hoping it really is! *Chugs glass of water*

Are You A Club Nintendo Member? Now You Can Download Mewtwo Free!

Everyone’s favorite smasher is now available to download for owners of both the Wii U and 3DS versions of the new Smash Bros.

If you’re a Club Nintendo member and have purchased both the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Versions of Super Smash Bros., then you just might want to check your email!

Nintendo has begun sending codes to those who have registered both games with their Club Nintendo accounts, with players having until September 30th to redeem them.

Club Nintendo is in its last few months of existence as a rewards program for Nintendo gamers, with the deadline to redeem game codes for coins already having passed. However, everyone still has until the end of June to redeem any coins that they have in exchange for a great selection of games to download from.

The company has also just released the list of free games that members can download from if they’ve reached elite status. Elite status is reached by registering enough games to add up to either 300 coins (gold status) or 600 coins (platinum status). You can check out those games right here.

Nintendo Has Posted The Final Club Nintendo Elite Rewards

They’re all digital, but there’s still some classic games up for grabs here.

Club Nintendo is coming to a close and Nintendo has released what will be the final batch of Elite Rewards before it closes on July 1st. The Elite Rewards are “prizes” that customers get to choose from for free for getting over a specific coin limit each year, with the Gold Rewards requiring you get up to 300 coins and Platinum Rewards requiring 600 coins.

So, the final batch of stuff is all digital, which is kind of a bummer considering that it all began with physical products that were actually exclusive. Ah well, it’s still free games!

Platinum Members can get one of the following games: Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Mario Golf: World Tour, Mario Kart 7, Mario Party: Island Tour, New Super Mario Bros. 2, Yoshi’s New Island, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, NES Remix 2, Punch-Out!!!, Pushmo World and Ultimate NES Remix.

Gold (and Platinum) Members can get one of the following games: Crashmo, Freakyforms, Pushmo, Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons or Ages, The Mysterious Murasame Castle, Advance Wars, The Legend of Zelda, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Metroid Fusion, The Lost Levels, Super Mario Kart, WarioWare, Inc and Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3.

There’s a lot of great games to choose from here, with both Platinum and Gold members having access to a handful of classics. My picks for the platinum games would be Animal Crossing: New Leaf or Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, whereas for the gold games I’d pick between Super Mario Kart and Super Mario Bros. 3. Decisions, decisions!

ALERT! Today Is The Last Day To Earn Club Nintendo Coins!

If you’ve got any games to register you better do it quick!

Man that wen’t fast! It seems like it was just yesterday when Nintendo announced that Club Nintendo was bowing out of the race, and now we are already at the final day to register games and earn coins!

Keep in mind that the service itself does not end until July 1st, but you will not be able to redeem any more coin codes after today. That means you still have another 3 months to decide what to spend all those shiny coins on!

As for what you should spend those coins on, here is the full list of everything that is available. There’s tons of sweet stuff to check out, so choose wisely. I have a little over 1000 coins, so I’m planning on grabbing somewhere around 5 digital games that I’ve been meaning to play for years.

Club Nintendo’s New Rewards List Is Massive

As you may or may not have heard, Nintendo announced last month that their Club Nintendo service would be shutting down this year. The service allowed gamers to redeem download codes that came packaged with games they purchased to exchange for rewards on the Club Nintendo website.

They also revealed that they would be releasing a bunch more things to download in February to get rid of all those coins you have, and they have just revealed what that list consists of. The rewards range from downloads to physical products, with over 100 things for you to chose from when all is said and done.

To start things off, lets go into the physical items on the list. There are over 10 Nintendo Collectibles to select from that range anywhere from 300 coins to 800 coins that you can find below:

  • Mario & Luigi Greeting Cards (300 coins)
  • Nintendogs Greeting Cards (300 coins)
  • Nintendo 3DS Game Card Case: 2015 Edition (400 coins)
  • 2016 Desktop Calendar (400 coins)
  • Animal Crossing Mini Playing Cards (600 coins)
  • 3DS XL Pouch: The Legend of Zelda (600 coins)
  • Super Smash Bros. 3-Poster Set (700 coins)
  • Super Smash Bros. 3-Poster Set v2 (700 coins)
  • Retro Mario T-Shirt (700 coins)
  • Limited Edition 2013 Platinum Poster Set (700 coins)
  • Fierce Deity Link Jigsaw Puzzle (800 coins)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D Messenger Bag (800 coins)

Next up we have the digital game selection and it is absolutely massive. The games that are downloadable are available on Wii, Wii U and 3DS, though keep in mind that the system listed notes the system that you can play it on and not the platform it originally released on. These range anywhere from 150 coins to 850 coins.

Wii Titles

  • Zoda’s Revenge: StarTropics II – Wii (200 coins)
  • NES Play Action Football – Wii (200 coins)
  • Art Style: Cubello – Wii (200 coins)
  • Doc Louis’s Punch-Out – Wii (250 coins)
  • Mario Golf – Wii (250 coins)
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (250 coins)
  • Starfox 64 – Wii (250 coins)
  • F-Zero X – Wii (250 coins)
  • Super Mario 64 – Wii (250 coins)
  • Paper Mario – Wii (250 coins)
  • Mario Kart 64 – Wii (250 coins)
  • 1080 Snowboarding – Wii (250 coins)
  • ThruSpace – Wii (250 coins)
  • Super Punch-Out – Wii (250 coins)
  • Pilotwings – Wii (250 coins)
  • Super Smash Bros. – Wii (250 coins)
  • Mario Tennis – Wii (250 coins)
  • Eco Shooter: Plant 350 – Wii (250 coins)
  • Snowpack Park – Wii (250 coins)
  • Excitebike: World Rally – Wii (250 coins)
  • Mario Party 2 – Wii (250 coins)
  • Super Mario Kart – Wii (250 coins)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask – Wii (250 coins)
  • Fluidity – Wii (250 coins)

Wii U Titles

  • Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3 – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Super Punch-Out – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Golden Sun – Wii U (200 coins)
  • F-Zero – Wii U (200 coins)
  • F-Zero Maximum Velocity – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Ice Climber – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Volleyball – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Tennis – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Pinball – Wii U (200 coins)
  • NES Open Tournament Golf – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Ice Hockey – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Golf – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Clu Clu Land – Wii or Wii U (200 coins)
  • Baseball – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Wario’s Woods – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Urban Champion – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Dr. Mario – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Donkey Kong 3 – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Mario Bros. – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Super Mario Bros. – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2: The Lost Levels – Wii or Wii U (200 coins)
  • Super Mario Bros. 2 – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Super Mario World – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Yoshi – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Balloon Fight – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Kid Icarus – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Zelda II: The Adventure of Link – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Metroid – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Pilotwings – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Wrecking Crew – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Excitebike – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Donkey Kong Jr. – Wii (250 coins) or Wii U (200 coins)
  • Super Metroid – Wii U (200 coins)
  • Punch-Out!! – Wii U (200 coins)
  • EarthBound – Wii U (250 coins)
  • Dr. Luigi – Wii U (300 coins)
  • NES Remix – Wii U (300 coins)
  • The Wonderful 101 – Wii U (600 coins)
  • Wii Fit U – Wii U (600 coins)
  • Game & Wario – Wii U (600 coins)
  • Wii Party U – Wii U (850 coins)

3DS Titles

  • 3D Classics: Twinbee – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Super Mario Land – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Kersploosh – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Nintendo Baseball – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Kid Icarus: Of Myths and Monsters – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Metroid II – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Tennis – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Golf – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Donkey Kong – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Mario’s Picross – 3DS (150 coins)
  • Radar Mission – 3DS (150 coins)
  • 3D Classics: Xevious – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Ketzal’s Corridors – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Sparkle Snapshots 3D – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Looksley’s Line Up – 3DS (200 coins)
  • WarioLand II – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Punch-Out – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Mario Golf – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Donkey Kong 3 – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Brain Age Express: Arts & Letters – 3DS (200 coins)
  • The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword – 3DS (200 coins)
  • A Kappa’s Trail – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Tokyo Crash Mobs – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Brain Age Express: Math – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Donkey Kong Jr. – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Brain Age Express: Sudoku – 3DS (200 coins)
  • 3D Classics: Urban Champion – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again – 3DS (200 coins)
  • Chibi-Robo: Photo Finder – 3DS (250 coins)
  • Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move – 3DS (250 coins)
  • Dillon’s Rolling Western – 3DS (250 coins)
  • HarmoKnight – 3DS (300 coins)
  • Fluidity: Spin Cycle – 3DS (300 coins)
  • Crosswords Plus – 3DS (600 coins)
  • Brain Age: Concentration Training – 3DS (600 coins)
  • Super Mario 3D Land – 3DS (600 coins)
  • New Super Mario Bros. 2 – 3DS (600 coins)
  • Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D – 3DS (600 coins)
  • Star Fox 64 3D – 3DS (700 coins)
  • Paper Mario: Sticker Star – 3DS (700 coins)
  • Kid Icarus: Uprising – 3DS (700 coins)

This is an incredible selection of games to chose from for Club Nintendo and a truly classy way to send Club Nintendo off into the sunset. It’s worth noting that the service itself is not going away entirely, as Nintendo is essentially going back to the drawing board and launching a brand new rewards system later this year. Please keep in mind that this information has resulted in massive amounts of traffic on the site that has resulted in it crashing, so if the link provided here does not appear to work it is due to continued issues on the site’s end of things.

Nintendo Announces That Club Nintendo Is Shutting Down

Come July Club Nintendo will be no more.

After many years of providing gamers with rewards for being a loyal Nintendo buyer the company has revealed that Club Nintendo is shutting down. The service is being closed on July 1st, and when that day comes everyone’s current coins will be deleted.

However, Nintendo has revealed that they will be adding dozens of downloadable games and limited exclusive reward items to ensure that everyone can uses up all their Coins. More physical rewards will also be coming in February, though take note that March 31st is the last day that you can create a new account or earn Coins.

While this really stinks, it’s reassuring to know that Nintendo is only doing this because they are essentially in the process of creating a loyalty program that is even better. I’m sure there will be a Nintendo Direct at some point that will detail what they are up to, but as of now it’s time to use up all your codes and purchase everything you can at Club Nintendo.