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1. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 14:22 GMT
im nt a big fan of the eshop bt wont it be nice if nintendo were to rewards their ever so loyal spending customers sum things in return. im thinkin if u spend a certain amount they reward with a lil token (coins/points). jus like club.nintendo.com the more items ur register its more coins u get towards ur acount. u can spend ur ehops point/coins to purchase more items bt those items bought with coins/points does get ur more coins/pointswats ur opinion
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2. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 14:55 GMT
I think some fans ask for too much, but that's just me
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3. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 15:03 GMT
Mircosoft has Xbox rewards that function the same way club nintendo does (gaining points for surveys and registering apps) But instead of spending the points they are turned into Microsoft points to use in the store.
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4. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 15:05 GMT
lz20XX wrote:I think some fans ask for too much, but that's just meMircosoft has Xbox rewards that function the same way club nintendo does (gaining points for surveys and registering apps) But instead of spending the points they are turned into Microsoft points to use in the store.
I think Club Nintendo of Europe has the same thing with Wii/DSi points, but it's so pricey from what I heard. I'd rather have solid objects decorate my room and collect dust
5. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 15:10 GMT
Nintendo Europe do have the scheme. I get 100 points for 400 stars and its got me plenty lf DSiware and Wiiware in the past. I hope they will make them compatible the eShop soon.
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6. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 15:19 GMT
That seems like a rip off and that's the reason why Nintendo with the Wii U needs a unified account system.
rewards should be more like this.
7. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 15:34 GMT
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8. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 15:53 GMT
OMG your so right!Only if Nintendo had a web site that gave us points for buying their games, ..oh wait....
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9. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 16:03 GMT
Think he means instead of club nintendo points you get eshop/ wii shop points
10. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 16:12 GMT
You Europeans are so lucky. All we get in America are collectible items that have absolutely no redeeming value.
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11. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 16:15 GMT
At the moment I spend the stars on Nintendo points, buy the software on my DSi and transfer the game over. Its not ideal but at least my Nintendo stars come in handy.
12. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 16:31 GMT
Some of these collectibles can fetch decent prices online... If you use that money to buy eShop credit, it's almost as if nintendo gave it to you!
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13. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 17:17 GMT
i think its fine like this. they do give things now and then, like the zelda 25th anniversary, or new streetpass content soon, the ambassador stuff, the pokedex.cant give too many things without making your company financially at risk.
free stuff doesnt mean quality stuff anyway. i prefer paying a couple of dolalrs but having great stuff. like that freaky form game.
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14. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 17:44 GMT
As opposed to games that have no return value?
15. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 18:17 GMT
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16. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 20:36 GMT
1. Acquire Club Nintendo Points.2. Spend points on Club Nintendo junk3. Sell Club Nintedo junk on ebay4. Take money and buy Wii/DSi/3DS points cards.5. ????6. Profit
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17. Posted: Mon 14th Nov 2011 22:27 GMT
yeah i also got a few games that way^^ really cool. but sometimes i also order merchandise from their star-catalouge.
i dont think they will make this programm avaible for the eshop. they havent announced anything on that.
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18. Posted: Tue 15th Nov 2011 00:38 GMT
You [Insert Opposing Region Here] are so lucky. All we get in [Insert Home Region Here] are [Insert Free Thing Here] whilst you get [Insert Other Free Thing Here]
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19. Posted: Tue 15th Nov 2011 10:15 GMT
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I have a great idea for a Nintendo Loyalty program. How about we pay with our eShop coins... and we just get a game we payed for! Yeah, that's an awesome reward. In fact, Nintendo's already doing it. Bless their tanooki's souls!
Obvious flippancy aside, what is the point of this? It's just going to cause controversies and suspected conspiracies between the Nintendos of every region.
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20. Posted: Tue 15th Nov 2011 10:53 GMT
Iz20XX and RaylaxKai pretty much hit the nail on the head here.