Nintendo has also revealed the first set of rewards available via its new customer loyalty programme, My Nintendo.
Free game downloads and discounts can be acquired in exchange for Points – which you’ll earn for buying games, setting up your Nintendo Account and playing Miitomo, the company’s first smartphone app.
Purchasing games will net you Gold Points. Everything else – interacting with your Nintendo Account, regularly logging in and play Miitomo – will net you Platinum Points.
Here’s how you’ll earn them:
And here’s what you’ll spend them on, at least in Japan (thanks, Siliconera).
It’s worth pointing out this list also confirms the previously-leaked My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess, and which is seemingly only available to members of the scheme.
- Donkey Kong Country Returns (Wii U) – 320 Gold Points
- Metroid: Zero Mission (Wii U) – 85 Gold Points
- My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (3DS) – 1000 Platinum Points
- New Super Luigi U (Wii U) – 240 Gold Points
- Pikmin 3 Map Pack 2: Battle Enemies! Stages 7-10 (Wii U) – 30 Gold Points
- Super Mario 64 (Wii U) – 120 Gold Points
- Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (3DS) – 50 Gold Points
- Super Punch-Out! (Wii U) – 100 Gold Points
- WarioWare: Touched! (3DS) – 1000 Platinum Points
- 20% off of Brain Age: Concentration Training (3DS) – 600 Platinum Points
- 20% off of Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure (3DS) – 230 Platinum Points
- 20% off of Mario Kart 8 (Wii U) – 950 Platinum Points
- 20% off of New Super Mario Bros. 2 (3DS) – 750 Platinum Points
- 40% off of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D (3DS) – 130 Gold Points
- 40% off of New Super Mario Bros. U (Wii U) – 160 Gold Points
- 40% off of Ultimate NES Remix (3DS) – 105 Gold Points
- 50% off of Mario & Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move (3DS) – 50 Gold Points
- 50% off of Metroid: Other M (Wii U) – 90 Gold Points
- 50% off of Super Mario Galaxy (Wii U) – 90 Gold Points
In related news, Nintendo has released a new trailer for Miitomo, which launched today in Japan.
The free-to-play game is officially released in Europe later this month, although you can download it now from the iOS and Android app stores if you fiddle around with your phone’s settings (Nintendo Life has a handy guide).