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GAME Offers Awesome Zelda Majora’s Mask 3D Pre-Order Bonus

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UK video game retailer GAME always seem to have snazzy pre-order gifts and The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D looks set to continue this trend. If you pre-order The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D with the company then you’re entitled to a lovely paperweight which features the Majora’s Mask. We’ve yet to hear if gamers in the United States will get a pre-order bonus with The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, but we’ve still got a while to wait before the game comes out so I wouldn’t worry too much.

Thanks, dekuplushdoll

25 thoughts on “GAME Offers Awesome Zelda Majora’s Mask 3D Pre-Order Bonus”

      1. Your right the U.S. never gets these things. I’ve given up on buying them simply becouse they are never made available to us. NoA knows we are thier biggest consumer so we don’t need an incentive to buy thier games. It’s all business, they could care less about making thier fans happy.

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        1. That guy is really pissing me off. Once in an article, fine, but constantly spamming each article is flat out annoying…

  2. “We’ve yet to hear if gamers in the United States will get a pre-order bonus with The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, but we’ve still got a while to wait before the game comes out so I wouldn’t worry too much.”

    Spoiler Alert: America isn’t gonna get jack-squat for a pre-order bonus with this game. They never offer pre-order bonuses (with WWHD being a rare exception), so I wouldn’t go getting people’s hopes up.

    1. I was going to come in here and write this exact same thing, nearly word for word. Truthfully, I don’t care about a paperweight, but I am a little bitter that we’re not getting the steelbook they’re getting in Europe. I’m sure it’ll be available here at the Nintendo World Store, but there’s no way I’m getting over there at 3 a.m. to get in a 5 mile line just for a chance at it.

      1. The most ironic part is the majority of Zelda fans are in the US. You would think that logic reasoning would dictate the collectors edition arrival in the U.S. But since when has NoA used logic with anything they do?

  3. Well at least the UK can shush about never getting anything (or getting things late all the time). This one retailer’s done more for the entire UK than NoA has ever done for us…or am I exaggerating?

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