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Old 05-30-2015, 06:56 AM
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This is possibly a silly question and I'm sorry if it is:

If I buy Earthbound off the US Club Nintendo site with a US Club Nintendo account will I be able to d/l it to an Australian WiiU?

Super curious. Because I really want Earthbound and I have some US club Nintendo codes I've saved up but only have an Australian WiiU.

Edit: Well, just read you can't create new accounts anymore so I guess that is moot. And I guess these US codes are worthless to me. Is it ok if I give them away on this forum?

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US Club Nintendo codes aren't registerable anymore. Unless you mean you have the code to download a US Earthbound.
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Old 06-02-2015, 03:47 AM
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Oh really? That sucks - I know you can still register Australian codes (you just can't create a new account or get codes from downloaded titles.)

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