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Pre-order Goodies for Zelda 3D in UK

by Andrew Brown - May 16, 2011, 1:02 pm PDT
Total comments: 6 Source: (Press Release)

UK fans get a double-sided poster and a gold slip cover if they pre-order Ocarina of Time for 3DS.

Pre-orders of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D in the UK will be rewarded with a double-sided, A2 poster, when placed at participating GAME and gamestation stores. Furthermore, once collected upon release, the hotly-anticipated game will also feature a limited edition slipcase featuring a golden title card. 

According to description, one side of the poster will show Link in the heat of battle, and the other will show him gracefully riding Epona across the Hyrule countryside.

No images of the poster or slipcase have been revealed, but the limited edition box will likely resemble the standard US cover art, which already features a golden silhouette of Link and Epona. No pre-order bonuses for the North American version of the game have been announced.


[EU] A Golden Opportunity With Pre-orders of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D

Gold sleeve title sheet and exclusive A2 double sided poster available at GAME and gamestation stores to celebrate the return of a legend in 3D

16th May, 2011 – In preparation for the re-mastered launch of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, one of the most critically-acclaimed games of all time, Nintendo is offering a special game packaging which features a gold sleeved title sheet and an exclusive double-sided A2 sized poster for those who pre-order The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, available at GAME and gamestation stores before it is launched on Nintendo 3DS across the UK on 17th June, 2011.

As one of the landmark titles in video-game history, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has been completely re-mastered for the Nintendo 3DS system and incorporates 3D graphics without the need for special glasses. Fans of the original game and newcomers alike will be captivated by the bold new visuals as they take control of one of video-gaming’s all-time great heroes – Link.

The task in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D will be to guide Link on a journey of epic proportions, as he attempts to save the land of Hyrule from Ganondorf, the Gerudo King of Thieves, who is intent on ruling and conquering the land of Hyrule with the power of the mythical Triforce. For those who played the original classic game, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D will bring back plenty of nostalgia, whilst providing a fresh new approach and feel to the gameplay. Thanks to the revamped epic 3D graphics and completely re-designed control system incorporating the Touch Screen, Circle Pad and the in-built gyro sensor of the Nintendo 3DS system, players will be able to guide Link on a magical journey through time in a more intuitive way like never before.

When you pre-order your copy of the game, you will receive your exclusive double-sided A2 poster depicting Link in battle, and on the other side, dashing on his horse Epona across the vastness of the Hyrule countryside as he sets out on his epic quest. Pre-order copies will also receive a special gold sleeve as part of the game packaging.

To pre-order your copy of the The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D and to receive your special pre-order item, place an order at your local GAME and gamestation before the game goes on release across the UK on 17th June, 2011.

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Talkback

CericMay 16, 2011

Not as good as Greece but, probably better than here in the States.  I'm actually hoping here in the states will get an alternate cover like NoE is doing for Xenoblade.

TurdFurgyMay 16, 2011

Me want pre-order bonus!!

AVMay 16, 2011

ppppppffft I still got my OOT Funcoland poster from 1998

MiyamotoMay 17, 2011

I hope this is with all retailers. Nintendo lists game.co.uk on it's website but they're charging £39.99 compared with £29.99 over at play.com



CyrianMay 17, 2011

Quote from: Mr.

ppppppffft I still got my OOT Funcoland poster from 1998

Me too! I still have the t-shirt too, and still in good wearable condition. 

OblivionMay 17, 2011

I want my damn Greece Ocarina. >.

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