The latest batch of My Nintendo rewards includes some eggcellent video game discounts.
My Nintendo members rejoice! Here are some more video game discounts for you to enjoy, assuming that you still like playing games on Nintendo 3DS and have some points to burn.
First up is Yoshi’s New Island, the 2014 egg-flinging sequel from Arzest. It’s definitely not one of the best Yoshi games, but it’s an enjoyable enough platformer that mainly loses marks because of its excruciating soundtrack.
Rhythm Paradise Megamix, however, is pure audio bliss. It’s a top-notch greatest hits collection and one of the system’s most overlooked games. It’s a timeless, portable classic.
Other new rewards include a discount on role-playing life-sim Fantasy Life, and some printable cover art variants for the recent released Switch RPG, Trials of Mana.
Here’s the full lowdown on May’s new rewards. We’ll update this page if we get news of any new additions for the US.
Additional My Nintendo rewards – May 2020
EU Gold Point Rewards
- Yoshi’s New Island – 40% discount – 80 points
- Fantasy Life – 50% discount – 200 points
- Rhythm Paradise Megamix – 50% discount – 150 points
- New Style Boutique 3 – Styling Star – 50% discount – 200 points
EU Platinum Point Rewards
- Splash or Crash – 50% discount – 40 points
- Trials of Mana – Print-it-yourself cover – 50 points
US Gold Point Rewards
- No new rewards
US Platinum Point Rewards
- No new rewards
All of the rewards released at the start of the month – including discounts on Mario, Zelda, and Metroid games – also remain available.
It’s also worth remembering that gold points can also be used towards the cost of Nintendo Switch games on the eShop. Read our roundup of the latest Switch releases to see what’s available.
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