Club Nintendo Japan reminded other Club Nintendo around the world yesterday how much better it is by adding the first game download for all members to their service. To take this, playing cards Mario Party!
Ultra-hand is a bit weird and focuses on using the holder object to sear meat on a grill; at 50 Club Nintendo points, this is one of the cheapest rewards in the service, so you get what you pay for. There is a multiplayer mode where players compete to shoot the most grilled meat in 90 seconds.
Based on an old toy originally released by Nintendo in 1966, the Ultrahand is one of those toys that you use for a few minutes as a child to grab objects slightly out of reach until you realize you have members and you can make it a lot easier. without this.
This is the first time that a Club Nintendo has offered an exclusive downloadable title for purchase. The North American Club Nintendo has given year-end Platinum members the opportunity to download Doc Louis’ Punch Out !! on WiiWare, but it cost nothing (other than collecting all those coins in the first place) and was exclusive to Platinum members. Exclusive DS carts have been made available, but nothing downloadable.
Andriasang filmed some footage of the game in all its meat-cooking glory, which you can check out below. Who knows if it will ever release from Japan, but at least Nintendo seems more willing to experiment with its downloadable games.