Add old school 'Game & Watch' charm to the top flap of your New Nintendo 3DS with the Retro Plate & Watch accessory which features clock, alarm, timer, and thermometer functions. The accessory runs on a single CR1632 3V coin battery.
The Nintendo UK online store had some issues getting physical copies of Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer out to customers that ordered. That means some people haven't received the game by launch day, as promised. Nintendo UK has gone above and beyond to apologize to these consumers, offering them a digital code for the game to utilize while they wait for their retail copy. In other words, they are getting two copies of the game!
Thank you for pre-ordering Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer with the Nintendo Official UK Store.
Regrettably there has been a delay in the dispatch of your order which means this is unlikely to be arriving with you today.
We fully appreciate that this must be very disappointing; as a gesture of goodwill we would like to provide you with a code to allow you to download the game from the Nintendo eShop so you begin creating stylish new homes for your Animal Crossing friends as soon as possible.
The physical product will be on the way today if not already, keep an eye out for the dispatch notification email for further details.
Your download code is: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
As an additional gesture you can redeem the code below at the Nintendo Official UK store for a free pack of the Animal Crossing amiibo cards, just add them to your basket then enter the code at checkout.
Your amiibo card code is: XXXXXXXXXXXX
This compilation of Japanese Super Famicom game packaging is professionally shot and presented as a glorious hardback edition. The book features around 250 titles, including many rare examples and some that have never before been documented in print. Sourced from the archives of renowned collector, Stuart Brett (aka Super Famicom Guy), each box is beautifully presented life size, with a critique of the artwork, plus interviews with other collectors, explaining their love of the format.
Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection will come in a square format book, bound in charcoal grey wibalin with a gold foil block logo and lithographically printed to the highest standards Long-time games journalist Steve Jarratt, launch editor of Edge and Nintendo magazine Total!, will oversee the text and also write the foreword.
Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection is an unmissable treat for anyone who had a passion for Nintendo’s 16-bit games console, and who came to embrace the distinctive Japanese artwork adorning these iconic games.
Due for publication in early 2016. Keep checking back for updates and sign up to our newsletter to stay up to date.