Register Zelda now for free soundtrack

Club Nintendo UK back online.

Register your copy of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D on the Club Nintendo website now - you'll get an official soundtrack CD, while stocks last.

Enter the standard Club Nintendo code included in the game's box and, once registered and while stocks last, you'll be taken to a page asking for your address.

Nintendo will then post the CD to you free of charge.

Nintendo of America has the offer too, again in limited supply, for when the game launches there on Monday.

The CD features 50 tracks from the game, many never before released. There's also a fully orchestrated medley recorded especially for the soundtrack.

Liner notes include new Zelda 3DS artwork and a message from Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto and composer Koji Kondo.

The UK Club Nintendo website has only just been reinstated - Nintendo pulled the plug as a precaution after an attempted phishing attack last week.

Keza MacDonald bestowed a perfect 10/10 in Eurogamer's Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D review, saying: "The fact that it still has so much meaning is an affirmation of something I've long suspected: that this game is one of the greatest things that video games have ever achieved."

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