December's My Nintendo Rewards Include More Free 3DS And Wii U Games And Discounts

You can trade your points for a few more full titles.

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A handful of new rewards have been added to the My Nintendo program. While most of the rewards come in the form of discounts on select 3DS and Wii U titles, as per usual, they also include full game downloads for a couple of well-received indie titles on both platforms.

For a limited time, My Nintendo members can redeem their Gold points for four possible games--two across each console. 3DS owners can choose from Toki Tori 3D (20 Gold points) and Retro City Rampage DX (80 Gold points). Those with a Wii U, meanwhile, can exchange their points for the shoot-'em-up XType Plus (30 Gold points), as well as the stylish pop-up book adventure game Tengami (80 Gold points). Each reward will only be available until January 27, 2018.

In addition to the aforementioned titles, December's batch of rewards also includes discounts on several Wii U and 3DS titles from Nintendo. On Wii U, members can get 30% off of Nintendo Land (50 Gold points); 3DS owners can get a 20% discount on Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World (60 Gold points) and 50% off Tokyo Crash Mobs (270 Platinum points).

You can also still find discounts on several classic Zelda games, which were added to the rewards catalog earlier this month to commemorate the release of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Explorer's Edition and the Link Edition 2DS bundle. Members can trade their points for 40% off Tri Force Heroes (120 Gold points), Skyward Sword (50 Gold points), Majora's Mask 3D (120 Gold points), and A Link to the Past (250 Platinum points). You can find the full rewards catalog on My Nintendo.

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