European Club Nintendo Offers A Paper Mario: Sticker Star Album
Though only 10,000 are available for the entire continent!
It’s almost time for Paper Mario: Sticker Star to bring its handcrafted shenanigans to European 3DS owners. Following on from the legendary Professor Layton luggage tag of yore, Nintendo is offering another special promotional item to those who register their game shortly after receiving it.
It’s been revealed that a special Paper Mario: Sticker Star sticker album is to be made available for gamers who register their copy of the game to their Club Nintendo account. Be wary, though, that eligibility for this prize will only be open from 8AM GMT on December 7th, so no jumping the gun if you’ve somehow got a copy of the game early.
Much like the lovely Layton-ish promotional item before it, there are some strictly limited quantities to consider. There are 10,000 sticker albums across the entirety of Europe, and those who’ve received one will receive an email from Nintendo confirming that they are one of the chosen few. Super collectible!
Nintendo has explained that the album is essentially a means by which fans can create their own scenes based on characters and objects from the game. To our collective relief, it’s unlikely that a paper-thin version of Mario will then amble up to our albums, yank away our stickers and use them to beat the snot out of various enemies. That only happens in the game!
It seems Nintendo is trying to sweeten the deal for those early adopters of Paper Mario: Sticker Star. Does this give you enough incentive to grab the game on launch day? Or is there simply no room in your life for a splendid sticker book that the unwashed masses cannot hope to claim by conventional means?