5 posts tagged calendar
I love the Club Nintendo 2015 calendar ⊟
Going to all Club Nintendo Platinum and Gold members in Japan— along with an exclusive Club Nintendo Picross+ game! — this is the best Club Nintendo calendar I’ve ever seen. It features art of Mario characters in traditional Japanese outfits.
Aaaaaand it’s probably going to be the last Club Nintendo calendar, because Nintendo is doing away with the Platinum and Gold statuses at the end of this month in Japan. People will still be able to earn points (on software only!) and redeem those for items, but no more special status rewards. :(
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This is the adorable calendar 1101 put together with photos of Bouillon, the Jack Russel Terrier belonging to Mother/Earthbound series director Shigesato Itoi. I put one in my cubicle this week, and I love it.
We’re giving away four of these desk whiteboard calendars — along with several Hobonichi Tech 2014 planners and accessories. Details on how to win one (it’s really easy) here!
There’s a Fire Emblem: Awakening 2013 calendar coming out next month, presumably filled with Yusuke Kozaki’s excellent character art from the 3DS RPG.
You can get it for around $20 at some import shops — half the price of the actual game, but not too much for series fans or people too impatient to wait until next year when the game releases in the West to admire its art.
Buy: Fire Emblem games
See also: More Fire Emblem news, media
[Via Artist in Training]
November 31st: Latest American Elf strip points out a funny flaw in the Nintendo Power 2010 calendar.
For those of you who actually use a Nintendo Power calendar to plan your schedule, I hope you didn’t have any important appointments marked for that day…
Buy: American Elf comics
Monster Hunter calendar. What looks like an innocuous, small, red or blue treasure chest with a Monster Hunter logo on it is actually a calendar, with moving numbers to allow it to display any month. Which is quite a bit more innocuous than a treasure chest, but still cute. I know if I saw it in a UFO catcher or something (it’s produced for arcades by Banpresto) I’d throw a futile 100 yen at it.
See also: More Monster Hunter items