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Europe: Zelda Link’s Awakening sold 430K copies during first 3 days on sale


Nintendo has announced that the excellent The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening shifted an impressive amount of units in Europe. The remake sold 430,000 copies during the game’s first three days on sale. That’s basically a 100 copies sold per minute, which is nothing short of amazing given it is not technically a new Zelda game. If you missed it check out our review of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening which Alba awarded an incredible 9.5/10.

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  1. Still have a second NSO voucher to burn… Could this be worthy of it?

    …Part of me still hopes Nintendo will announce a new F-Zero before the end of next May when it expires…

    1. just to help a little bit.
      my favorite zeldas
      1. Zelda 2
      2. Majoras Mask
      3. Links awakening
      4 Breath of the wild
      5. orcarina of time
      6. Minish Cap
      7. Skyward Sword….

      Links awakening is one of the best 2D Zeldas.

      ps: what you mean with f-zero and expires in may?

    2. What Henri said. Save it for a game that is 60 bucks. The vouchers barely give you money off of the two 60 dollar games you do use the vouchers on. The taxes added to the price of the 2 vouchers where I lived made the 20 bucks off of getting two 60 dollar games with the 2 vouchers around 15 bucks off instead.

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