Nintendo of Europe Launches “Join Nintendo Network” Promotion

Register a Nintendo Network ID on your 3DS before January 31 and get Super Mario Bros. Deluxe for free!

By Kevin Knezevic. Posted 12/20/2013 15:00 2 Comments     ShareThis

Last week saw the release of Nintendo’s long-awaited 3DS firmware update, which allows 3DS owners to post on Miiverse and share funds between the Wii U and 3DS eShops. While Miiverse access seems like reason enough to install the update, Nintendo fans across the pond have another incentive to register a Nintendo Network ID on their 3DS, as doing so will net them a free game!

Earlier this week, Nintendo of Europe announced the “Join Nintendo Network” promotion. 3DS owners in Europe who register a NNID on either a 3DS, 3DS XL, or 2DS before January 31, 2014 will receive a download code for Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, free of charge! The download codes will be distributed between February 13 and 28, and will be sent to the email address linked to your NNID, so take care that your email address is correct when registering your ID.

Have you already registered a NNID on your 3DS? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Nintendo of Europe

2 Responses to “Nintendo of Europe Launches “Join Nintendo Network” Promotion”

  • 679 points
    OG75 says...

    Good news for our friends across the pond in Europe, but where’s our similar giveaway NOA?

    That’s a pretty sweet freebie. Super Mario Bros Deluxe is more unique than it usually gets credit for. Plus it is quite rare and hasn’t been re-released (to my knowledge) until now(?)

    Definitely a good incentive to “Join Nintendo Network.”

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  • 162 points
    LadyMushroom says...

    I haven’t registered because my 3DS is Japanese and I am in North America. I can’t use the American eShop, only the Japanese one (which is no problem), but I heard that you can’t use NNID if you aren’t physically in the region. And if you delete your NNID you lose all your purchases. So, I am afraid of being locked out of both eShops.

    Does anyone happen to know from experience if this is in fact a problem? I would like to join MiiVerse if it is safe for me to do so!

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