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Some Third Party Nintendo Software Now Include Club Nintendo Codes in North America

Sonic Generations for the 3DS comes with a club Nintendo code.

My review copy of Sonic Generations for the 3DS arrived today, and imagine my surprise when I opened the game to find a Club Nintendo code! Click through for an image!

Sonic Generations Club Nintendo Code

We've sent an inquiry to our Nintendo rep to find out if other future third-party titles will have Club Nintendo codes. We'll keep you updated with the latest information!



Our Take

Jason Ross Senior Editor

11/22/2011 at 12:44 AM

Thinking about new change, I can't help but wonder if this is the reason why some rewards recently had their prices go up on club Nintendo.

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