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1. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:31 BST
I am tired of living in Scandinavia because there is no Club Nintendo here.
That is why I decided to move to one of these 4 countries that actually has a Club Nintendo. Is there any difference with the Club Ninetndos between those 4 countries?
2. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:35 BST
Is that the only reason your moving?
3. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:36 BST
Also, I will be able to buy games in the local stores which comes with codes that I can redeem for stars in the Club Nintendo website.
4. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:42 BST
Why do I get the feeling you aren't even old enough move by yourself, gaming isn't really a valid reason to move to another country now is it, you just going to move away from your family, because games might be a little easier to find elsewhere, seriously?
Edited on Sat 17th October, 2009 @ 13:46 by Reala
5. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:45 BST
Why do I get the feeling you aren't even old enough move by yourself, gaming isn't really a valid reason to move to another country now is it.
But in the Club Nintendo, you can get cool Nintendo products.
6. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:46 BST
I really don't think that gaming is a reason to move. And like Reala I don't think you're old enough nor have the financial options to do so.Oh but to answer your thread: Don't go to Germany. Games are way to expensive and the age restriction is way to high and our politicans are total *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** (insert another few starlets) about video games.
Edited on Sat 17th October, 2009 @ 13:47 by Roopa132
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7. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:48 BST
You guys don't understand this at all.If I live in one of these countries, I can have Club Nintendo stuff sent to my address.
8. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:54 BST
I understand fine what your saying, but your not just talking moving location here, your talking about going to live in some very different cultures, and for what, a few trinkets from Nintendo.
Edited on Sat 17th October, 2009 @ 13:55 by Reala
9. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 13:55 BST
I understand fine what your saying, but your not just talking moving location here, your talking about going to live in some very different cultures.
No no, Scandinavia is just like the UK.You don't like Scandinavians to come to UK?
10. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 14:00 BST
Scandinavia is just like the UK, no its not, sadly we aren't as liberal over here, but I'll leave you to your delusions, hope you get a firmer grip on reality at some point.
11. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 14:04 BST
I feel your pain dude. But, having moved to the UK, not only will you have access to Club Nintendo goodies, you will also have access to a whole collection of reasons to immediately move back to Scandinavia.
The grass is always greener...
12. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 14:05 BST
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Edited on Sat 17th October, 2009 @ 14:06 by theblackdragon
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13. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 14:06 BST
You only want to move to an other country because of the Club Nintendo?!You want to leave your family, your friends, your hometown only to get Club Nintendo stuff?
I also live in a country (Austria), where is also no Club Nintendo. I mean damn, who needs things like a Wii Cap or a Wii bag?!I don't mind having no Club Nintendo in my country.
(p.s: If you really want to move to another country, don't move to Germany. There are games very often cut.)
Edited on Sat 17th October, 2009 @ 14:07 by L_F
14. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 14:07 BST
Couldn't you get a friend who lives in an area with CN and get them to buy you games and Club Nintendo products and send them out to you. After you pay them of course.
But, Think about this before you move. You lose your friends, connections, you start at a low job, You would have to cancel things (maybe), buy a house (or pay rent), Education? Food Costs, Bills, Taxes.
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15. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 14:08 BST
On topic though Paris. Best place in the world, however, second to Sydney.
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Edited on Sat 17th October, 2009 @ 14:14 by Aviator
16. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 20:16 BST
Hmm, sounds like my life.
Feel free to move N64 Gamer, you don't needz those things.
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17. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 22:04 BST
Seriously? You're just thinking of moving only because they don't have Club Nintendo where you live? NA hardly has a Club Nintendo either. It's there, but the prizes are awful, so it's pretty much the same as what you're going through. I'm not going anywhere, so unless you have another reason for it, don't do it.
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18. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 22:06 BST
Yeah, don't just move because of one aspect you don't even like from where you live. Give it time, give it a chance, or just, make your own club.
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19. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 22:07 BST
Wow you must really like Nintendo!! You crazy person
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20. Posted: Sat 17th Oct 2009 22:09 BST
Would making your own club, N64 Gamer, be a good idea? 'cause it's a lot better than moving out for shallow reasons (at least that's what it seems to me).