Limited Edition Zelda Anniversary 3DS bundle

UPDATE: Release date confirmed.

UPDATE:

Nintendo has confirmed the bundle and announced a European release date of 25th November, available "while stocks last".

ORIGINAL STORY: Nintendo has created a limited edition 3DS design for The Legend of Zelda's 25th Anniversary.

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A picture of the beautiful new black and gold model obtained by Nintendo Life reveals it will release in a bundle with Ocarina of Time 3D.

The boxart contains a European PEGI rating, so a release on these shores appears likely.

No launch date or pricing information are yet available, but we've asked Nintendo to let us know.

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