Club Nintendo June 2014 Summary

Repeating Kirby –

Nintendo is kicking off E3 week with new Club Nintendo games. June is a little disappointing as Kirby’s Adventure is a repeat from last month and Electroplankton is an app instead of a game.

Reminder, if you have been hoarding coins for the last couple of years they could be expiring at the end of this month so check your account.


Game #1 – Electroplankton Rec-Rec (DSiWare on 3DS)
Price – 150 Coins, normally $1.99
Availability – June 9, 2014 – July 6, 2014
Summary – Use the mic to record sounds then mess around with colors using the touch screen; this is an app versus a game.
Opinion – This app will not hold your attention for very long but it is better than tracking down a copy of the DS original.
Worth Your Club Nintendo Coins? – Electroplankton Rec-Rec is most likely the one title you have not already played so it might be worth it for experimentation.


Game #2 – Kirby’s Dream Land (GB on 3DS Virtual Console)
Price – 150 Coins, normally $3.99
Availability – June 9, 2014 – July 6, 2014
Summary – Kirby’s first appearance.
Opinion – Kirby’s Dream Land is a short romp through Dream Land before Kirby started having ability absorbing powers.
Worth Your Club Nintendo Coins?   If you have not played Kirby’s original adventure, it is worth the history lesson. Otherwise you are probably better off spending your coins on Kirby’s Adventure.


Game #3 – Kirby’s Adventure (NES on Wii U Virtual Console)
Price – 200 Coins, normally $4.99
Availability – June 9, 2014 – July 6, 2014
Summary – Kirby’s forgotten NES game.
Opinion – Last month’s 3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure is probably the better version to download thanks to the 3D support and portability but if you don’t own a 3DS, playing this game on Wii U isn’t bad and is still enjoyable today.
Worth Your Club Nintendo Coins? – If you don’t mind spending the extra coins and didn’t download May’s 3D Classics version, then you might want to consider this.


Game #4 – Mario Party 2 (N64 on Wii U Virtual Console)
Price – 250 Coins, normally 1000 Wii Points ($10)
Availability – June 9, 2014 – July 6, 2014
Summary – The sequel to the 4-player free for all multiplayer party game.
Opinion – Even though the AI likes to make you lose on the last turn, Mario Party 2 is enjoyable if you can gather a few human players around one TV.
Worth Your Club Nintendo Coins? – If you still play same-sofa multiplayer, Mario Party isn’t the worst of choices.


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Previous Club Nintendo Games Offered in 2014:

May 2014:
3D Classics: Kirby’s Adventure (3DS)
Brain Age Express Arts and Letters (3DS)
Mario Kart 64 (WiiU VC)
Super Metroid (WiiU VC)

April 2014:
Trajectile (DSiWare on 3DS eShop)
Super Mario World (SNES on Wii/WiiU VC)
Art Academy: First Semester (DSiWare on 3DS eShop)
Mario Golf (N64 on Wii/WiiU VC)

March 2014:
Kid Icarus Myths and Monsters (GB on 3DS VC)
Number Battle (DSiWare on 3DS eShop)
Yoshi (NES on WiiU VC)
Bonsai Barber (WiiWare)

February 2014:
Art Style: Pictobits (DSiWare on 3DS)
Donkey Kong Jr. (NES on 3DS VC)
Punch-Out!! (NES on WiiU VC)
Super Mario RPG (SNES on Wii U VC)

January 2014:
Game & Watch Mario’s Cement Factory (DSiWare on 3DS)
Spin Six (DSiWare on 3DS)
F-Zero (SNES on WiiU VC)
1080 Snowboarding (N64 on WiiU VC)


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