The latest batch of My Nintendo rewards features discounts on great games and some Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition digital goodies.
My Nintendo members can grab some new 3DS game discounts and digital downloads this month. In Europe, a 50% reduction for the classic Game Boy sports RPG Mario Tennis is available in exchange for 25 Gold Points.
The excellent pill-popping puzzler Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure gets a 40% price cut in exchange for 100 Platinum Points. A rather nice 3DS theme based on The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is also available.
In North America, My Nintendo members can grab discounts on Mario Kart 7, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team, and Mario Sports Superstars.
Players looking forward to the release of Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition at the end of the month can also decorate their digital devices with a selection of new downloadable wallpapers.
Here’s the full rundown of May’s new My Nintendo rewards.
New My Nintendo rewards – May 2020
EU Gold Point Rewards
- Mario Tennis – 50% discount – 25 points
EU Platinum Point Rewards
- Pikmin Working Together (Theme) – 100 points
- Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess: Shadow & Light (Theme) – 100 points
- Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure – 40% discount – 100 points
US Gold Point Rewards
- Mario Sports Superstars – 30% discount – 90 points
- Metroid: Samus Returns – 30% discount – 90 points
- Kid Icarus: Uprising – 30% discount – 80 points
- Nintendo 3DS theme: Super Mario Odyssey: Around the World – 20 points
US Platinum Point Rewards
- Star Fox 64 3D – 30% discount – 150 points
- Mario Kart 7 – 30% discount – 200 points
- Mario & Luigi: Dream Team – 30% discount – 150 points
- May Calendar A – Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition – 50 points
- May Calendar B – Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition – 50 points
- Wallpaper – Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition – 50 points
- Nintendo 3DS theme: NES: Jumping Mario – 100 points
Don’t forget, you can also put gold points toward Nintendo Switch games on the eShop. Here’s our roundup of the latest Nintendo Switch releases.
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