Japan: New My Nintendo Reward Updates Go Live

The My Nintendo service within Japan has now made various titles live that include many heavy hitters for some nice choices to choose from. From Wii U to 3DS, here’s a couple of choices you can choose from with a JP account.

– BOXBOY! (3DS) – 150 Platinum Points

– Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii U) – 600 Platinum Points

– The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (3DS) – 95 Gold Points

– Mario Kart 8 (Wii U) – 80 Gold Points

– Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U) – 160 Gold Points

– Zangeki no Reginleiv (Wii U) – 55 Gold Points

My Nintendo Gold Coins Validity Date Extended To 12 Months

The amount of time you now have to use your Gold coins on the My Nintendo service have seen a hefty increase. Announced through the My Nintendo website, the Gold coin longevity has extended from 6 months to 12, double the amount of time. For more information, check out the text below straight from the website.

Gold Points are now valid for 12 months after you collect them.
Up until now, both Gold Points and Platinum Points have been set to expire 6 months after you earn them. However, moving forward, your points will be valid for different lengths of time depending on what type of points they are.
Gold Points: Valid for 12 months after you collect them.
Platinum Points (all types): Valid for 6 months after you collect them.
Remember that when you redeem points for rewards, the points closest to expiring will automatically be used first. If you need to check the points you’ve collected, the points you’ve earned, or any points that have expired, be sure to take a look at “Points history” in the My Nintendo menu

My Nintendo Launches in Japan on March 17th

March 17th is going to be a great leap for Nintendo coming into the mobile market. 2 key features are releasing that day to see if the company can keep conjuring new fans into their eco-system.

We knew that Miitomo launches on March 17th for a couple of days now, but now we have conformation that My Nintendo will be a go on March 17th as well. As translated and discovered by a NeoGaf user that this service will be available for the country of Japan. It can also be found on Nintendo’s official website, of course.

With this being said, now the rest of the world must wait as well, as it was promised for a a “March” release in many countries as well. Guess we’ll just have to wait behind Japan again. Do you think Nintendo will stealth release My Nintendo or will a proper release date be announced? Let us know in the comment section below!