Club Nintendo EU: The Nintendo Sound Selection CD Announced

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As a farewell to Club Nintendo – as we know it – Nintendo of Europe have announced The Nintendo Sound Selection [Endings and Credits] CD has been added to the catalogue.

The Nintendo Sound Selection [Endings and Credits]

The double-disc collection features 30 tracks of credit rolls and ending themes of various Nintendo titles. Covering everything from the NES to the Wii U, it also comes with a companion book that contains liner notes in English, with Japanese artwork and screenshots. Additionally, it features several tracks from games that never left Japan including their original Japanese lyrics.



This exclusive collection is going for 3000 stars on the European Club Nintendo website. It is sure to be a rare collectible, so if you’re in Europe, you’d better snap it up quickly. And if anyone would like to gift this item to me, I would be eternally thankful.


No announcement has been made on if The Nintendo Sound Selection CD [Endings and Credits] will be releasing in other regions, but we’ll keep you posted if it does.


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