Club Nintendo, the rewards program that Nintendo has had for over a decade, is closing down this year. They just put the final list of rewards up, and it’s very extensive. Some new posters and a Majora’s Mask puzzle if you want that kind of stuff, and a huge list of downloadable games. So if you have any Club Nintendo coins left, now is the time to use them. (But be patient; the site’s already been down due to overactivity once today.)
I’ve been writing a series of posts about crossovers, and I’m almost ready to bring it all together, but first, one more point about multiverses.
It makes sense to me that if a franchise has a multiverse, then any crossover with any part of it establishes being able to crossover with any part in a multiverse sense. Here’s a (certainly incomplete) list of franchises whose multiple continuities are established to be a connected multiverse and/or split timeline. (Notably, most “new universe” crossovers actually include at least one of these, making them effectively count the same as multiverse crossovers.)