The latest batch of My Nintendo rewards includes a spooky adventure for Luigi, a round of golf with Mario, and some Hanafuda postcards.
Nintendo of Europe has released a mid-month crop of new rewards, including some 3DS game discounts.
If you enjoyed Luigi’s Mansion 3 on Nintendo Switch, travel back to 2013 to experience Luigi’s previous brush with King Boo and his army of ghouls. Like the recent Switch adventure, Luigi’s Mansion 2 is an inventive, silly and charming romp from beginning to end. It’s available with a 40% discount in exchange for 80 Gold Points.
Other new rewards include 50% price reductions for the excellent Mario Golf: World Tour and the original Yo-Kai Watch.
A set of eight Mario-themed Hanafuda postcards are also on offer in exchange for 400 Platinum Points. They are stunning, but buyer beware, the postage and packing costs are high.
Here’s the full lowdown on June’s new rewards. We don’t have news on new offers for North America, but we’ll update this page should the situation change.
Additional My Nintendo rewards – June 2020
EU Gold Point Rewards
- Luigi’s Mansion 2 – 40% discount – 80 points
- Yo-Kai Watch – 50% discount – 200 points
- Mario Golf: World Tour – 50% discount – 200 points
- Balloon Kid – 50% discount – 15 points
EU Platinum Point Rewards
- Discount on Dillon’s Rolling Western: The Last Ranger – 40% discount – 110 points
- Mario Hanafuda Postcard Set – 400 points
US Gold Point Rewards
US Platinum Point Rewards
Most of the rewards from the start of June – including discounts on Fire Emblem Awakening and Picross 3D Round 2 – also still on offer. And, of course, don’t forget that Gold Points can also be used towards the cost of Nintendo Switch games on the eShop. Read our review of the latest Switch releases to see what’s available.
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