QUICK! Has any account that never gotten physical rewards been banned? Only one of mine is kill, and it had physical rewards.
Going to end up with about 600 coins total. Any recommendations on what to pick up for a 3DS?
Already have physical copies of Star Fox 64 3D, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Donkey Kong Country Returns.
Will also have Gold status unless I pull in another 190 coins somewhere this month, so there's a free medium- to good-quality title sometime in April.
I've got 200 coins left what should I redeem for the 3DS?
>GB Donkey Kong
>LoZ Links Awakening DX
>Wario Land 2
>3D classics Twinbee
>3D classics Xevius
>3D classics Kid Icarus
>Mario Vs Donkey kong: Minis march again
A previous OP to one of these threads claims that nintendo support said games would still be able to be kept. Of course that OP could have been bullshitting, but I'm inclined to give the benefit of the doubt considering common sense.
>Damn, so my account cannot be reactivated, will I be able to keep the games at least? What about people who got their rewards by mail? Will you search their houses or what?
It's not that hard. Just put an end to the rumors already.
They deactivated my second account despite only having two Wii Minis that actually gave coins. Knew I should have spent the coins.
They probably just look at when the account was created and what was registered to it. If it was made after they announced the discontinuation of the service and has tons of Wii Minis and little/no games, they probably flag it for deletion.
The PIN codes? This is the last month to redeem them.
The CN codes? Along with CN.
They are banning accounts now tho, i got my only one banned for using the exploit.
Nobody appears to be losing their games. A couple of my accounts have been banned and the games I got from them are still with me, and I've been connected to the internet constantly.
Eh, I'm not going to. It's pretty obvious I was cheating, and I deserve it. If I'd hit gold/platinum on my own I might be a little more upset about this, but I was nowhere close this year.