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Australia - Nintendo Network Premium details

Postby robometal cowboy » 02 Dec 2012 21:41

Australia - Nintendo Network Premium details
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registered Nintendo Network ID, who have their country of residence set to a location where full Nintendo eShop is available.

With every purchase of software or add-on content, or download code redemption for downloadable software, or add-on content in Nintendo eShop on your Wii U, you can earn points at a rate of 6 points for each AUD (5 points for each NZD)* of the Nintendo eShop Price (inclusive of GST) of the respective download.

*Actual number of points earned may be higher.

Once you have collected 500 points, you can redeem them for an activation code, which can be used to add funds equivalent to AUD 7.00 (or NZD 9.00 for New Zealand) to a Nintendo Network ID on a Wii U console, or to a Nintendo eShop account on a Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 3DS XL system.

(The period for earning points will end on 31st December 2014. The period for redeeming points will end on 31st March 2015. All activation codes not redeemed by 30th June 2015 will be void.)

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Australia - Nintendo Network Premium details

Postby rodjoh » 02 Dec 2012 21:46

So... why isnt the "full" eShop available everywhere I ask.
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Re: Australia - Nintendo Network Premium details

Postby ButtonBash » 02 Dec 2012 23:16

There's a basic version of eShop?

What they need now is more worthwhile games for people to download! There's only a couple there that have caught my attention so far. Extra demos would also help "move" games.
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