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Get them while you can!!!

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Another new month means a new batch of Club Nintendo games rewards for a few coins.

This month features are

Wii
Super Mario RPG for 200 Coins

Maboshi's Arcade for 150 Coins

3DS
3D Classics Excitebike for 150 coins

Art Style Aquia for 100 coins

You have till June 2nd to pick up these great games.

So do any of these games interest you or are you going to pull a Wario and continue hoarding your coins?

Let us know below.


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NINTENBRO
I'm kind of interested in SMRPG, but I'm not really sure if I should spend 200 coins on it. I downloaded Paper Mario a longtime ago, but I've only played through about one third of the game. In my case, do you think this would be a waste of coins?
Tasuki
I might be the minority here but I always enjoyed Super Mario RPG more than the Paper Mario series.
Tails86
Super Mario RPG was an amazing game. I wish i had a retail copy other than the downloadable version. Plus i wish Square Enix and Nintendo would remake it for Wii U.
NINTENBRO
I think I'd probably enjoy SMRPG more than Paper Mario too Tasuki. I just really couldn't get into the aesthetic style of Paper Mario. SMRPG has a visual style that I'm more accustomed to, and it seems to play more like a traditional RPG than Paper Mario does. Am I correct?
Tasuki
For the most part it is. Yeah you have the timed hits mechanics but overall its a bit more traditional than the Paper Mario series.
Tails86
I'm waiting for Nintendo to release this game on Wii U. That would be amazing whether its the SNES version of SMRPG or its a Paper Mario game in HD. This time going BACK to the RPG elements.
FuManchu
@Nintenbro wrote:I think I'd probably enjoy SMRPG more than Paper Mario too Tasuki. I just really couldn't get into the aesthetic style of Paper Mario. SMRPG has a visual style that I'm more accustomed to, and it seems to play more like a traditional RPG than Paper Mario does. Am I correct?

Super Mario RPG is more similar to the Mario and Luigi RPG's than the Paper Mario series. It plays a lot more like a GBA or DS RPG.
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