New Nintendo 3DS and New Nintendo 3DS XL launched in Australia on 21 November 2014.
Nintendo released this smashing Nintendo 3DS XL along with Super Smash Bros. for 3DS.
The Hyrule Warriors Limited Edition contained a legendary scarf that matches Link's main costume in the game.
The Mario Kart 8 Limited Edition included a nefarious Spiny Shell figurine.
Peach Pink and Yoshi Green joined the previously released Mario Red and Luigi Green Wii Remote Plus controllers on May 31!
Three Super Mario Play Sets were released by Bandai in Japan this May.
The Year of Luigi officially came to an end on March 18, 2014. As a tribute, Club Nintendo made available this spooktacular Luigi's Mansion 2 Diorama.
One pre-order bonus for The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds was this treasure chest that holds 3DS cartridges and plays the Zelda treasure chest jingle when opened.
The Nintendo 2DS arrived in Australia on October 12, 2013.
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Premium Pack included a Wii U GamePad controller decorated with gold lettering and symbols from the game, while The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD Limited Edition included an awesome
Ganondorf figurine. Unfortunately neither of these were released in Australia.
Zelda Wii U Console | Ganondorf Figurine
Bowser could be considered crotchety, so why not crochet him a sweater!
Celebrate Easter with NES Super Mario Bros. inspired eggs.
Check out this giant Mecha Bowser made out of Lego.
Here's Super Mario made out of cans!
Be forever linked with Legend of Zelda wedding rings!
Nintendo Canada released the exclusive, retro-styled Wii Mini.
The Nintendo 3DS XL launched in Australia on August 23, 2012.
Club Nintendo in Europe offered miniature Mario Kart 7 trophies, in Shell Cup, Leaf Cup and Special Cup versions.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword launched with a special limited edition bundle that included a Hylian-themed Wii Remote. Club Nintendo later offered a gold Nunchuk to match.
Zelda Wii Remote | Gold Nunchuk
Nintendo ran a contest where you could win a Mario-Themed 3DS Console. Mario, Princess Peach or Super Mushroom designs were up for grabs (50 of each in Australia ).
Nintendo Japan produced a special deck of The Legend of Zelda playing cards. Represented are The Legend of Zelda (spades), Ocarina of Time 3D (diamonds), The Wind Waker (hearts) and Skyward Sword (clubs).
Deck | Suits
Nintendo released a limited edition Nintendo 3DS to celebrate 25 years of The Legend of Zelda.
The Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Edition 3DS
Nintendo Japan released special edition prepaid cards for use with the Wii Shop Channel, DSi Shop or 3DS eShop.
Club Nintendo in Japan offered Super Mario Bros. 25th Anniversary playing cards to celebrate the milestone.
Donkey Kong Country Returns pre-orders at GameStop (US) scored a Wii Remote Banana Pouch.
The GoldenEye 007 "remake" for Wii was available bundled with a Gold Classic Controller Pro!
U.S. Club Nintendo Platinum members for 2010 were rewarded with a Super Mario characters figurine.
Club Nintendo in Japan introduced New Super Mario Bros. Wii Remote straps.
Nintendo released 3 new decks of Super Mario playing cards.
Japanese Club Nintendo Platinum members for 2010 received an accurate reproduction of the very first Game & Watch - Ball!
Updated evolution of the DS.
The DSi XL arrived in Australia on 15 April 2010, with screens almost twice the size of the original DSi, targeting the older market.
Shigeru Miyamoto created a Happy New Year card for Japanese magazine 'Nintendo Dream'. With new Metroid and Zelda games in development for Wii, as well as Super Mario Galaxy 2, 2010 should be a great gaming year for Nintendo fans!
Black Wii Remotes were released in Japan, along with matching MotionPlus, Nunchuk and Classic Controller PRO accessories. Blue and Pink Wii Remotes (only) were also released. See them here.
Nintendo Japan marked the release of The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks with a bonus feather-shaped stylus. The same stylus was previously offered by Nintendo of America with Phantom Hourglass.
The DSi released in Australia on 2 April 2009, initially available in matte white or matte black.
Some U.S. Club Nintendo members received an unexpected Thank You card from Reggie himself (aka President of Nintendo of America, Reginald Fils-Aime).
Thanksgiving 2008 saw the release of the special edition Mario Red DS Lite in the U.S.
Nintendo Japan released a white GameCube controller with a 3 metre cord - perfect for Super Smash Bros. Brawl on Wii!
Nintendo continued their expansion into China with the release of a silver Super Mario 64 edition DS Lite!
Japanese Club Nintendo members could order a Wii Classic Controller with retro Super Famicom styling!
Populous DS has a race of people who build their structures to look like Nintendo consoles!
Wiimote candy - swiit!
Nintendo of America released The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass together with a gold DS Lite system!
Send all of your family and friends a Wii birthday card.
The Simpsons Movie limited edition soundtrack came packaged in a donut!
Japanese Club Nintendo members could obtain a Wii battery cover with their Mii printed on it!
More Nintendo candy - sugarlicious!
Always wanted an original Game Boy encrusted with gold and diamonds? It could have been yours for only $25,000 USD!
Japanese Club Nintendo members could get this sweet DS case shaped like Mario's cap.
The DS Lite arrived in Australia on 1 June 2006.
A cavalcade of DS colours!
See the Japanese Famicom edition Game Boy Micro and the Club Nintendo Player 2 face plate.
U.K. residents had a chance to win one of six real gold Game Boy Advance SPs!
Mario Pinball Land was titled Super Mario Ball in Japan. Here's a poster.
Mario became the first videogame character to be captured in wax, for display at the Hollywood Wax Museum.
Yoshi's Island GBA artwork, direct from Japan.
Nintendo candy - sweet!
Here's the Nintendo GAMECUBE as displayed at SpaceWorld in 2001.
Let's kick (!) things off with a Far Side classic.