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  • Register a Nintendo 3DS XL or Nintendo 3DS system and a new game by January 13th 2014 to claim a FREE download of Super Mario 3D Land. For the full range of titles and to register please visit www.club-nintendo.com

    Animal Crossing: New Leaf is perfect for exploring your own imagination as you use to develop a virtual world full of strange and friendly characters.

    Packed with new animals, new experiences and new ways to have fun. It's a new life... live it how you please!

    You can go fishing, pick fruit, dig for fossils, make friends with some of your eccentric neighbours, design your own clothes, go nightclubbing, head out to Kapp'n's Island or get to work developing the town – there's always plenty going on.

    You can also enjoy Animal Crossing: New Leaf with your friends, family and people you've never met!

    You can use the SpotPass function of your Nintendo 3DS console (available separately) to pull in features from the world's created by other players.

    Age from 3 years.

    WARNING: Use of the 3D feature by children aged 6 and under may cause vision damage. It is recommended that: Only children over 6 should use the system in 3D mode. If children aged 6 and under have access to the system, parents or legal guardians should restrict 3D images using the Parental Controls feature.

    Age from 3 years.
  • Register a Nintendo 3DS XL or Nintendo 3DS system and a new game by January 13th 2014 to claim a FREE download of Super Mario 3D Land. For the full range of titles and to register please visit www.club-nintendo.com

    Magic and adventure await in The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds for Nintendo 3DS.

    Help Link as he sets off for adventure in the magical kingdom of Hyrule in this stunning sequel to the iconic 1992 Super NES classic The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past.

    In this new tale, Link can transform into a living painting to cross into a dark, parallel-dimension version of Hyrule as he tries to overcome the puzzles, traps and hidden rooms of deadly dungeons to save both worlds from certain doom!

    As well as a whole new set of levels for you to master, the stunning 3D visuals of Nintendo 3DS bring a new layer of depth to the game world. It allows you to experience heights like never before, making battles and dungeon exploration more realistic than ever.

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    • The Legend of Zelda A Link Between Worlds
    • Sequel to Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past
    • Awesome 3D visuals
    • New adventures and dungeons to explore

    WARNING: Use of the 3D feature by children aged 6 and under may cause vision damage. It is recommended that only children over 6 should use the system in 3D mode. If children aged 6 and under have access to the system, parents or legal guardians should restrict 3D images using the Parental Controls feature.

    Age from 7 years.

  • Nintendo 3DS Paper Mario Sticker Star

    Bowser has hidden six Royal Stickers across the land, stuck onto him and his cronies. Paper Mario Sticker Star is Mario’s quest to get them back. Mario and Kersti, his sticker fairy friend, set off across an assortment of unique levels - from prairies to deserts, to forests to volcanoes - in search for the lost stickers.

    Paper Mario Sticker Star features tons of sticker-based gameplay that continues the tradition of Paper Mario and action-battles with stunning levels full of vibrant colours and interesting puzzles – you can even unfold the environment to reveal secrets and alternative paths!

    It’s Mario, and he looks good on paper.

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    • Nintendo 3DS Paper Mario Sticker Star
    • Loads of unique levels
    • A whole cast of Paper Mario world characters
    • Sticker-based gameplay
    • Flatten your surroundings to reveal secrets
    • Every sticker has a power
    • Paper style looks great in 3D

    Please Note: Nintendo 3DS games are not compatible with standard Nintendo DS systems.

    WARNING: Use of the 3D feature by children aged 6 and under may cause vision damage. It is recommended that only children over 6 should use the system in 3D mode. If children aged 6 and under have access to the system, parents or legal guardians should restrict 3D images using the Parental Controls feature.

    Age from 3 years.
  • Register a Nintendo 3DS XL or Nintendo 3DS system and a new game by January 13th 2014 to claim a FREE download of Super Mario 3D Land. For the full range of titles and to register please visit www.club-nintendo.com

    Pokemon comes to the Nintendo 3DS, with hundreds of new characters to find and befriend in Pokemon Y.

    Each has its own strange and unique powers, which can be used for having fun or heading into battle. There are several that are unique to Pokemon Y, including Spritzee, a pink parrot with healing powers, and the flying Yveltal, who can fire off a powerful Oblivion Wing laser blast.

    New O-Powers give you and your friends a handy boost and the Wonder Trade feature lets you swap Pokemon with other players over the internet.

    The new Pokemon X is also available – see item number 3LDC7.

    Pokemon X and Y ushers in a new era for the role playing, creature capturing series via new starter Pokemon, new Legendary Pokemon, and so much more, all presented in a breathtaking 3D world. Gotta catch 'em all!

    WARNING: Use of the 3D feature by children aged 6 and under may cause vision damage. It is recommended that only children over 6 should use the system in 3D mode. If children aged 6 and under have access to the system, parents or legal guardians should restrict 3D images using the Parental Controls feature.

    Please note: Nintendo's 3DS games are not compatible with standard Nintendo DS systems.

    Age from 7 years.

  • Register a Nintendo 3DS XL or Nintendo 3DS system and a new game by January 13th 2014 to claim a FREE download of Super Mario 3D Land. For the full range of titles and to register please visit www.club-nintendo.com

    Players take on the role of a hunter and are sent to explore a settlement within the Monster Hunter universe, completing quests on their journey to seek and slay monsters whilst improving their skills and earning equipment upgrades. With many challenging monsters and over 200 quests the latest edition to the series is set to be the most expansive offering to date. Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate utilises the functionalities of the Wii U console and Nintendo 3DS system to provide players with a truly intuitive hunting experience. The touchscreen feature of both platforms allows players to quickly access in-game books, weapons, field maps and mini games whilst the high quality graphics of Wii U and 3D visuals of Nintendo 3DS powered by the latest iteration of Capcom's MT Framework deliver a unique and stunning world for players to explore. Taking advantage of the portability of Nintendo 3DS, players can exchange their guild card that contains all their hunter's information with other players via StreetPass.

  • Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy gives you a gripping mystery storyline and over 500 puzzles to test your grey matter.

    The story follows Professor Layton, his assistant Emmy Altava and his apprentice Luke Triton, as they travel to the snowladen city of Snowrassa to investigate a 'living mummy'.

    There, they find a girl from in ice named Aria, who comes from an ancient race known as the Azrans. After freeing her and realizing she has lost her memory, their investigation takes them around the world as they search for the truth behind the mysterious Azran civilization and the hidden treasure it holds.

    Sinister forces want to use the Azrans' power for themselves and the Professor save the day. With over 500 new puzzles to tackle, there's plenty to test yourself with as you use the stylus on the touch screen to search environments for clues and solve the various tasks that emerge from the fascinating storyline.

    Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy gameplay involves travel to different parts of the world, including America, South Africa and Russia. Age from 7 years.

    WARNING: Use of the 3D feature by children aged 6 and under may cause vision damage. It is recommended that: Only children over 6 should use the system in 3D mode. If children aged 6 and under have access to the system, parents or legal guardians should restrict 3D images using the Parental Controls feature.

    Age from 7 years.
  • Pokemon comes to the Nintendo 3DS, with hundreds of new characters to find and befriend in Pokemon X.

    Each has its own strange and unique powers, which can be used for having fun or heading into battle. There are several that are unique to Pokemon X, including Swirlix, a goofy cloud creature who loves eating sweets, and the rainbow-antlered deer Xerneas, who can fire off a powerful Geomancy move.

    New O-Powers give you and your friends a handy boost and the Wonder Trade feature lets you swap Pokemon with other players over the internet.

    The new Pokemon Y is also available – see item number 3LDT3.

    Pokemon X and Y ushers in a new era for the role playing, creature capturing series via new starter Pokemon, new Legendary Pokemon, and so much more, all presented in a breathtaking 3D world. Gotta catch 'em all!

    WARNING: Use of the 3D feature by children aged 6 and under may cause vision damage. It is recommended that only children over 6 should use the system in 3D mode. If children aged 6 and under have access to the system, parents or legal guardians should restrict 3D images using the Parental Controls feature.

    Please note: Nintendo's 3DS games are not compatible with standard Nintendo DS systems.

    Age from 7 years.

  • Register a Nintendo 3DS XL or Nintendo 3DS system and a new game by January 13th 2014 to claim a FREE download of Super Mario 3D Land. For the full range of titles and to register please visit www.club-nintendo.com

    Embark on an epic journey of adventure in Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies for Nintendo 3DS.

    This exciting role playing game takes you to the world of Luxendarc, which relies on 4 elemental crystals that are starting to lose their magical powers.

    Follow the quest of Agn's Oblige, the Vestal of Wind, and her companions, as you race to restore balance in Luxendarc by awakening the crystals. The game uses a groundbreaking battle system and lets you customise your team for a truly original experience that fans of the Final Fantasy franchise will love.

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    • Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies
    • Inventive storyline involving parallel worlds.
    • Ground breaking system makes for engaging battles
    • Choose jobs, equipment and abilities
    • Age from 12 years

  • After a nightmare involving a certain young Princess and the evil thief Ganondorf, series hero Link wakes up in his home village tucked away behind the mysterious Lost Woods. The only Kokiri without a fairy, Link soon meets up with his new travelling companion, the winged Navi, and sets out on the adventure of his life. The quest, which inevitably turns into a rescue mission for Princess Zelda, leads players through dark dungeons, picturesque villages, into the heart of a volcano, to the bottom of a lake, through a haunted desert, deep into a magical forest, into a giant tree, the belly of a beast and even through time!

    WARNING: Use of the 3D feature by children aged 6 and under may cause vision damage. It is recommended that: Only children over 6 should use the system in 3D mode. If children aged 6 and under have access to the system, parents or legal guardians should restrict 3D images using the Parental Controls feature.

    Age from 12 years.

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