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Tell Nintendo Europe a Story and Win a Trip to Kyoto

Posted by James Newton

Share your love in video form

If you're a European Club Nintendo member and you want to share your love of Nintendo games with the world, you might want to grab your video camera and create a piece for Tell Your Nintendo Story, a new competition from Nintendo itself.

You can record a video straight from your webcam or upload any pre-recorded video on your PC about any game or system you've registered to your Club Nintendo account, meaning you can wax lyrical about WiiWare, DSiWare and Virtual Console as well as countless physical releases.

Every video published on the site will net you 50 Club Nintendo Stars, with the creator of the very best video rewarded with a trip to Kyoto, Japan, home of Nintendo.

Have a look at the Tell Your Nintendo Story website to see what you're up against or grab some inspiration, and be sure to let us know in the comments section if you share your video with the world. In the mood for some retro stories? Our Reader NES Stories has you covered.


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User Comments (11)



James said:

There's actually no official trip to Nintendo HQ - like Britain's Best Nintendo Gamer, you're just getting a trip to Kyoto, not the offices themselves.



LuWiiGi said:

What a fugly building. Anyway, I'm not going to enter this for two reasons:
1) I'm camera-shy.
2) This is my Nintendo story: I had a GBA once, and then I bought a DS. That's it.



jesao said:

50 points x 140 poor quality videos = 1 club nintendo SNES controller...




Chris720 said:

What a heavenly place, but it looks like hell from the outside. D:
My story: I bought a GBC, GBA, GCN, DS, DS Lite, Wii, DSi.



Raylax said:

And the winner of Largest Picross Puzzle goes to...

Give me a marker pen and let me at it.



Revanmann said:

whoever wins needs to tell them to release all of the final fantasy games on vc ( the first 6 anyway) and more castlevania games

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