An idea concerning Club Nintendo and Swapnote

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  1. paulfalcon
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    Well, they (Iwata and Nintendo) were talking about expanding upon Swapnote. And Club Nintendo shows it could load "coupons" to the E-Shop for free games. Aaaand... Swapnote has proven that it could receive more stationery than the ones that are preset (Nikki's New Years Stationery in Japan.)

    So, here's my point... Club Nintendo should make it's own stationery and have it downloadable for... I dunno... 2-5 coins a piece? They could have codes like the e-shop games and they could update the Swapnote App with the code function. Upon entering the code, it triggers Nikki to send you a note with the desired stationery to unlock it for you. Of course, they'd have to put a block where, if you send a note to a friend with it, it won't unlock it for them. Think of all the cool/cute designs Club Nintendo could come up with, of course with their trademark marking each one. Marketable, don't you think?

    Well, what do you all think?
     
  2. ScarletCrystals

    ScarletCrystals Useless Bunny of Paradise

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    Interesting. But if it's in the e-shop it'll likely cost money. Real money. I for one dislike that type of DLC. It's unlikelly I'll purchase a stationary this way unless the design is totally rad.
     
  3. Ammako

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    He was talking about spending 2-5 CN coins to buy more stationery.
     
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    ScarletCrystals Useless Bunny of Paradise

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    Oh CN coins...I guess I could live with that....
     
  5. paulfalcon
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    Yeah, I think the e-shop thing would hurt them. Through Club Nintendo, you only sacrifice the time of registering games you've already bought and filling surveys.