The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition

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Collector's Edition
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Release

Platform

Date

Japan November 7, 2003
Europe November 14, 2003
United States November 17, 2003
Australia March 19, 2004

Credits

Developer

The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition is a collection of four main games from Zelda series, a 20-minute playable demo of The Wind Waker, and it includes two videos; The Legend of Zelda: A Retrospective, and a special The Wind Waker video. The collection contains The Legend of Zelda, The Adventure of Link, Ocarina of Time, and Majora's Mask, all run on emulators. The Collector's Edition was only ever made available through special deals and offers which varied from region to region but included things such as registering a Nintendo GameCube and two games for the console at Nintendo's website, buying a subscription to Nintendo Power or pre-ordering new first party releases.

Trivia

  • Presumably due to incorrect emulator programming to account for Majora's Mask' s usage of the Nintendo 64's 4 MB memory expansion pack, Majora's Mask in The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition occasionally freezes, forcing the player to start over from the last save. The freezing sometimes resulted in the game's Owl Statue saves being erased, due to how the owl saves worked. This problem was fixed for the Virtual Console release of Majora's Mask in all regions except Europe.