Easter eggs everywhere
Nintendo has always been known for hiding small easter eggs and messages within their games, consoles, and even peripherals, but one which may have been easily overlooked concerns the creation of an online account. Used to purchase games from the Nintendo eShop, play games online, and interact with the recent wave of...
Security and stability
We already know that Nintendo has some of the most stable hardware out there, but thanks to the introduction of Two-Step Verification today, now your Nintendo Account can be super-secure, too. When you opt-in you will be using Google's 2-Step Verification system, which of course makes everything as painless as possible...
"Unfortunately, I can't provide any concrete answer for you right now."
There was much rejoicing to be had when it was recently revealed that the Nintendo Switch would be employing an account based purchasing system for eShop games, as opposed to the hardware ties that have been prevalent with all of Nintendo's previous online-capable platforms...
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Nintendo is shaking up its online services with the Nintendo Switch, planning a paid service that will include access to lobbies and voice chat via a smart device app, for example. Part of the updated online system will evidently be a User ID, which will likely pop up in place of your account name...
30% off selected retail games
The Nintendo Account / My Nintendo service has 'Just for You' deals on a regular basis, though rather than being catered to users (such as adjusting depending on what games they own) they've typically been fixed promotions. Another feature touted as part of the service has been deals and promotions to come on player's...
Dress up as The King
The My Nintendo rewards page has been updated again, this time with new clothing and a couple of handsome discounts. If you're willing to part with some gold points then you can get 40 percent off Xenoblade Chronicles X (140 points) and Xenoblade Chronicles 3D (110 points). Should you be more interested in dressing up your...
Can be accessed via personal computers and smart devices
Nintendo is launching its first smartphone app Miitomo and its My Nintendo loyalty program this week, and has confirmed that an "enhanced" digital shop will go live on the same day - March 31st. The unified store - which will cover 3DS and Wii U - will allow users with a Nintendo Account and...
Easy as 1, 2, 3...
Nintendo has opened registration for Nintendo Accounts in a whole range of countries, having initially launched them in Japan in late 2015. At the same time those that have a Nintendo Account - and are in one of 16 applicable countries - can preregister for Miitomo, the fir
Setup your Nintendo Account first, though
As you may have already seen registrations have opened for the new Nintendo Account system, allowing you to create and link that new account to a Nintendo Network ID, Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus accounts. That also signs you up for the Club Nintendo replacement programme - My Nintendo - when that...
Good for this generation, potentially vital in the next generation
Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima gave a presentation to investors this week, and some of the most interesting details revolved around the new Nintendo Account system and the related My Nintendo programme that'll replace Club Nintendo. Though it's succeeding a much-loved and...
With the Club Nintendo service finally shutting down this year, fans have been waiting expectantly for Nintendo's new account system. The company revealed the snappy title of Nintendo Account in October, and explained that the system will use cloud storage to exchange data between platforms. It was also revealed that accounts will be...
Cloud servers used to exchange save data between mobile and console
Nintendo has revealed the name of its new membership programme - the one introduced to replace the outgoing Club Nintendo system. During a special investors strategy briefing in Tokyo, CEO Tatsumi Kimishima announced that the service would be known as "Nintendo Account" and, as...
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