November 2013 Club Nintendo Rewards Games Available Now

Monday, November 4th, 2013

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I love Club Nintendo rewards, especially the monthly games. Sure, we get some duds, but every so often, some games will come along that make me pull out the Club Nintendo registration sheets to get them. These recent offers fall under the latter category:

Club Nintendo Rewards | November 2013 Game Offers (North America)

We’ve got Metroid and Dillon’s Rolling Western for the 3DS and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Art Style: CUBELLO for the Wii (also playable on Wii U through Wii Mode). I’ve only heard good things about Dillon’s Rolling Western, and I like Art Style: CUBELLO, but Metroid and A Link to the Past are must-haves if you have the coins (and don’t already have the games). So break out those Club Nintendo registration codes and get some free games.

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About Guy Rainey

I’m Guy Rainey. I’m a hardcore Nintendo fan, a PC enthusiast, and a Sony sympathizer. Also an amateur/aspiring game creator. I love any game that puts story as the main focus of the game, so that means JRPGs are my favorite genre almost by default.




  • Zimmer Remmiz

    I have 3/4 of these games, I will now wait until next month…

  • handsomejack47

    Still waiting for them to put Paper Mario back up…

  • chris

    The Wii is being discontinued and the U has been out for a year. When are they going to start using Wii U VC games.

    • spanio
    • Nicholas Patrick

      It’s discontinued in both Japan and Europe. The only reason they are keeping the US market for original Wii open is because there is still money to be made. Wii will be completely gone in a year in 3/3 major territories instead of two. The Wii mini was a flop though, I have no idea why they’re bringing that beast of burden out here.

    • chris

      Exactly, and the really funny thing is that the very article he linked mentioned the Japan and Europe thing. I’m not sure why Nintendo thinks this is a good idea. The think has only composite output, No SD card slot, no Wifi and no online play, as well as no GC compatibility. And they bundle it with a game that everyone who wants it already has it, and has online play as one of its core features.

  • James Best

    I went with Dillon’s Rolling Western. I already have A Link to the Past on the GBA, but if Dillon turns out to be a pile of crap, I might just go replay that game to get me in the mood for A Link Between Worlds.

    • Ace Trainer Chris

      SNES version is better for one reason alone: Link doesn’t shout at all when swinging your sword.

    • James Best

      Never really bothered me much.