Ocarina of Time 3D on Sale on EU eShop!

JordanFebruary 14th, 2013 by Jordan

Turns out this morning’s Nintendo Direct was packed with more Zelda goodies than most of us expected! On top of the announcement of a Miiverse Community just for Zelda, Nintendo also announced that the European Zelda fans among us will get a special deal on one of our favorite Zelda games! Jump in for details!

For one week starting today, the price of Ocarina of Time 3D will be dropped to 29 Euros, or 19 Pounds. This deal only lasts one week, so if you have been delaying your purchase of this game be sure to download it while it’s cheaper! This is exclusive to the European 3DS eShop so be sure to keep that in mind.

How do you like this news? Is this just the push you needed in Europe to download the remake of Ocarina of Time? Let us know in the comments!

Source: Nintendo of Europe

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  • yongho choi

    only in europe? damn….

    • ShadowsofTime

      totally agree

  • CaffeineBomber

    Got the limited edition Zelda 3DS with Ocarina of Time when it was released so don’t need it. Good deal though. What I would like is OoA, OoS and MC to be release on eshop. Then we’d be sucking diesel!

    • PRDX4

      Me too! We’re so lucky.

  • JamesBond007

    Why the basic prices are 39,99 USD/EUR/GBP? Unfair. European Commision should step in and force Nintendo of Europe to lower the prices. How about 29,99 GBP after the sale ends?
    19,99 GBP is interesting, but I will not buy the digital version, because I already own multiple copies – 3DS cartridge, GameCube version with Master Quest, Wii Virtual Console version (bought before Wind Waker Limited Edition) and OoT/MQ ROMs with Polish fan-transtation (original OoT in Polish is version 1.0, unlike others). I don’t need more.

  • Ryan

    Actually, the game is priced at £19,99 not £19.99. For those that can’t tell, the first one has a comma not a dot. The game is advertised to cost nearly £2k. I know what it is supposed to be. Someone screwed up over at Nintendo eShop department.