It's already been announced that, from August, Nintendo will be making 3DS and Wii U games available for download on their respective eShops, with New Super Mario Bros. 2 kicking the scheme off over here. To sweeten the deal, however, Nintendo has announced some incentives for the download versions of both NSMB2 and Demon Training, the new game from Dr. Kawashima's floating head.
By buying either game, Nintendo are rewarding downloaders with a free Virtual Console copy of Donkey Kong and twice the Club Nintendo points (40 points). By buying both, they'll receive another 20 points as a bonus on top of what they're already earned. It's a neat way of getting people used to the new scheme before the Wii U hits later this year.
Just one question remains: when are we going to get an incentive of our own?