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UK: 30% Off All Zelda Games On Nintendo eShop On Run Up To Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Launch

Nintendo announced on Facebook today that, on the run up to the Zelda: Breath Of The Wild launch, consumers will be able to purchase Zelda games but for 30% off the standard asking price on Nintendo eShop. The promotion will start on 26th January and will finish 9th February.

More info and the list of titles can be found on Nintendo UK’s website:

You can download new games, applications and other content to your Wii U or Nintendo 3DS family system, directly from Nintendo eShop on your console or via this website.

This week, a number of games from The Legend of Zelda series will be on sale for My Nintendo users as part of our The Legend of Zelda Weeks 2017 Sale. What’s more, with My Nintendo you can get access to new and exclusive rewards, as well as receiving Gold Points for all purchases made in Nintendo eShop on your system or via this website. Even if you’re not a My Nintendo user yet, you can still get discounts on The Legend of Zelda Nintendo 3DS HOME Menu themes and add-on content!

To get access to all deals, make sure that your Nintendo Network ID is linked with a Nintendo Account. If you do not yet qualify, simply link your Nintendo Network ID with your Nintendo Account. If you don’t yet have a Nintendo Account, visit the Nintendo Account creation page and create one for free.



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  2. A shame I already got every Zelda game there is to buy on my n3DS already downloaded. Well except for Triforce Heroes but I’m still not too keen on that entry. Then again, I’m in the US so this doesn’t effect me either way.

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