We store cookies, you can get more info from our privacy policy.
3DS

Zelda Special Edition 3DS Confirmed for USA Release

by Andrew Brown - October 30, 2013, 8:30 pm PDT
Total comments: 6

A Link Between Worlds demands a glorious golden chariot!

The special edition Triforce 3DS XL releasing next month in PAL regions has also been confirmed for a North American release.

Pre-packed with an eShop download code to get the digital version of A Link Between Worlds, the gorgeous handheld features a two-toned golden top half with Hyrule's Triforce, while the bottom half features a black shell with the upside down Triforce found in Lorule. 

The hardware bundle will launch alongside the physical release of the game on November 22, and be priced at $219.99 USD.

Talkback

RodrigueOctober 31, 2013

You know North America isn't only the United States, right...? I pre-ordered it from Amazon Canada yesterday.

MetalMario2October 31, 2013

I'll be sure to throw out my old 3DS and pay $220 for this one because it has a Triforce on it, then.

Oh, wait. No, I won't.

AdrockOctober 31, 2013

You're not the target audience for this. Nintendo doesn't expect existing owners to get rid of their 3DS to buy a new one (though they wouldn't say no to another sale). This is for people who don't already have one. They even get a brand new game for $20. This is a pretty awesome bundle even if it didn't have a Triforce on it.

MetalMario2October 31, 2013

Tell that to all the 3DS owners on Miiverse who have been begging for this for months. They're the same ones who ditched their old Wii U systems when the WW bundle came out.

AVOctober 31, 2013

When I traded in my 3ds for xl gamestop allowed me
To transfer stuff . In the mall Starbucks was near GameStop so I could connect to Internet and I just left
My drivers listened at GameStop counter.

GriffinclawOctober 31, 2013

The 3DS is up for preorder at Gamestop now, I just put mine in, and then grabbed a yellow XL charge cradle from club nintendo. WOOT!

Got a news tip? Send it in!
Advertisement
Advertisement