Nintendo UK Store Has Apparently Been Sending Customers The Wrong Zelda Faceplates

A thread has blown up on Reddit stating that the official Nintendo UK store has been sending customers the wrong Legend of Zelda faceplates for the New Nintendo 3DS. Those who ordered the Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask faceplates have apparently received the Triforce plates instead, and vice versa. Clearly some people aren’t happy with this mistake and for good reason.

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Nintendo UK Details 5 Reasons To Love Your New Nintendo 3DS (Video)

Nintendo UK has uploaded a new feature advertisement explaining why they love the New Nintendo 3DS. With the release of the two systems just a couple of days away on February 13, the New Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL are certainly hot property both in Europe and North America, with many of the exclusive models – including Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate and Majora’s Mask 3D – sold out at various retailers.

But if you’re not quite set on trading in your old model for a New Nintendo 3DS just yet, Nintendo UK tells fans why they should upgrade or join the handheld family with their five reasons to love the new models. The video embedded above takes into account the new enhanced 3D, quicker start-ups and amiibo support in order to tempt new buyers. Are you excited to get your hands on the new model on Friday? Let us know in the comments below.

Nintendo UK Store Offering Various Majora’s Mask New 3DS & 3DS XL Bundles Featuring Skull Kid Figurine

Nintendo UK’s online store is now offering a bunch of New Nintendo 3DS and 3DS XL bundles with The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D. After the exclusive Majora’s Mask 3DS XL reveal in yesterday’s mammoth-sized Nintendo Direct, you can now pre-order various bundles from the UK store, all of which include the elusive Skull Kid figurine previously only available in the North American Limited Edition bundle.

Ranging between £189.99 to £224.99, the nine different bundles will include a variety of accessories, as well as an officially licensed Nintendo 3DS charger and Skull Kid figurine in every bundle. We’ve detailed all the available bundles – arriving February 13 – in a handy list, along with their prices, below. But if you’d like to pre-order any of the bundles, you can do so on the official UK store, here. Please remember that the Nintendo UK store does not currently ship physical items outside of the UK.

All nine bundles come with a charger and the Skull Kid figurine:

  • New Nintendo 3DS White, Majora’s Mask 3D Special Edition Bundle – £194.99
  • New Nintendo 3DS Black, Majora’s Mask 3D Special Edition Bundle – £194.99
  • New Nintendo 3DS Black, Majora’s Mask 3D Standard Edition – £189.99
  • New Nintendo 3DS White, Majora’s Mask 3D Standard Edition – £189.99
  • New Nintendo 3DS XL Majora’s Mask 3D Edition (+ pre-installed game) – £209.99
  • New Nintendo 3DS XL Metallic Blue, Majora’s Mask 3D Special Edition Bundle, Majora’s Mask Case – £224.99
  • New Nintendo 3DS XL Metallic Black, Majora’s Mask 3D Special Edition Bundle, Majora’s Mask Case – £224.99
  • New Nintendo 3DS XL Metallic Blue, Majora’s Mask 3D Standard Edition, Majora’s Mask Case – £219.99
  • New Nintendo 3DS XL Metallic Black, Majora’s Mask 3D Standard Edition, Majora’s Mask Case – £219.99

Preorder Captain Toad Treasure Tracker At Nintendo UK Store And Get Free Keychain

The official UK Nintendo Store is once again offering gamers the chance to nab exclusive pre-order gifts if you purchase games with them. If you decide to get Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker from the Nintendo UK Store you are eligible to receive a free Captain Toad keychain. You can pre-order the game for £35 on the store.

Nintendo UK Highlights September’s Indie & VC eShop Arrivals In New Trailer

Nintendo UK has put together a new video highlighting a number of indie and virtual console games on the Nintendo eShop. The two-minute trailer showcases an array of games newly added to the eShop last month such as Cubemen 2, Teslagrad, and Art of Balance by the developer team at Shin’en Multimedia – all of which can be found on the Wii U eShop. While Capcom’s Mega Man Xtreme 1 & 2 and Comic Workshop developed by Collavier can be found on the 3DS eShop. Did you pick up any of the aforementioned titles? Let us know your recommendations in the comments below.

Nintendo UK Set To Hold Smash Bros 3DS National Tournament, Registration Begins October 3

Nintendo UK are set to hold a special tournament this year in celebration of Super Smash Bros‘ launch on the Nintendo 3DS. For fans of the fighting franchise, registration for the National UK Championship will begin on October 3, when the game releases for the handheld, and continue until October 8.

Those who wish to enter must have a copy of the game and own a Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL, or 2DS and apply via the following link on Friday: Make sure you get your application in quick – stating your preferred date and location – to be in with a chance of making the heats as places are limited.

All heats will take place between October 11 and 12 at various GAME stores across the UK, with the final taking place on October 31 at York Hall in London. Prizes up for grabs include a Wii U console, a copy of Super Smash Bros Wii U, and a Smash Bros goody bag for the winner of the National UK Championship, while the runner-up will receive the latter prizes, including a copy of the Wii U game and a goody bag. For details on the UK locations, check out the official press release below:

The tournament heats will be held on 11th and 12th October at the following 8 GAME stores across the UK, with the Grand Final set to take place in London on 31st October:

  • Edinburgh, St James Centre
  • Hull, St Stephens Centre
  • Sheffield, Meadowhall
  • Manchester, Trafford Centre
  • Birmingham, Bullring
  • Stratford, London, Westfield
  • Chelmsford, Exchange way
  • Bristol, Cribbs Causeway

The knock-out rounds will determine 32 finalists, 4 from each of the 8 regional heats, who’ll then battle it out one final time at York Hall in London, to take home the prestigious Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS National Championship title and prize. The runner up will also receive a copy of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U when it is released in the UK this winter, along with other Super Smash Bros. goodies, so no one will be going home empty handed!

Don’t want to miss out? Smash Bros. fans can also visit our Facebook page, for the chance to win spectator tickets to the Grand Final on the 31st October – be sure to like our Nintendo 3DS UK page so you don’t miss out on a chance!

Summary of Key Dates for the Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS National Championship

Registration: 3rd to 8th October 2014
Heats: 11th and 12th October 2014
Final: 31st October 2014