Gamers looking forward to swapping their currently useless Stars Points for Wii Points will have to trade in an estimated 8000 Stars to get just 2000 Wii Points when the offer opens later this year.
If this rumour, reported by German magazine N-Zone, is to be believed, you'll need to register 32 Wii or GameCube games, each getting you 250 Stars points to afford one 2000-point Wii Points Card. With each game costing £40, that works out at a whooping £1280, not to mention a tiresome code-entering chore.
It's all free stuff at the end of the day, which is a good thing but the European Stars Points Catalogue is still some way off the ultra-cool Japanese equivalent, which offers exclusive DS games and Nintendo figures.
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