Question about Nintendo Network ID

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User Info: jscFALCONS

jscFALCONS
3 years ago#1
If I make a ID and link it to my Club Nintendo do they both need to be the same age? You see my problem is I used my real age on Club Nintendo for some reason (I'm under 18) and if I use it on my Nintendo Network ID I couldn't view M rated content on the store (so I couldn't get Phoenix Wright or something).

Would I like get banned or something if they have different ages? I really don't want to lose my downloaded games!

Thanks for any help

User Info: megamachopop

megamachopop
3 years ago#2
I doubt it. If you make an NNID for you and then link a Club Nintendo account which could belong to your parents or something then it'll obviously have different ages saved. I don't think it'll be a problem.

User Info: Thunderbird8

Thunderbird8
3 years ago#3
You do realize that the age for the M rating is 17, right?

User Info: jscFALCONS

jscFALCONS
3 years ago#4
megamachopop posted...
I doubt it. If you make an NNID for you and then link a Club Nintendo account which could belong to your parents or something then it'll obviously have different ages saved. I don't think it'll be a problem.


Yeah you're probably right. Guess I will try and see what happens...

User Info: jscFALCONS

jscFALCONS
3 years ago#5
Thunderbird8 posted...
You do realize that the age for the M rating is 17, right?


Good point but I'm only 15 so I would still have to make a fake age to view M content.
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