There still seems to be a certain degree of confusion about how gamers are set to obtain their copy of Zelda: Twilight Princess on the Gamecube.
At Nintendo’s recent conference in Japan, the company made it abundantly clear that Japanese gamers would only be able to purchase the Gamecube version of the widely anticipated Zelda: Twilight Princess online.
This issue has subsequently sparked numerous questions as to how gamers in other territories are set to receive their copies of the infamous Gamecube title, which is set to go on sale sometime in December.
Nintendo of Greece recently issued their online club newsletter which states: “The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess releases in December for the Gamecube, you will not find him (Link) in the shops but only on the online electronic store.”
Though to conflict with that statement, a representative for Nintendo UK has gone on record to say: “Zelda on Gamecube will be available via the usual retail channels in Europe.” Make of this what you will…