The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Limited Edition is now in stock at Argos

Update: Limited stock available to pre-order for £68.99!

Update: More stock has just arrived at Argos where you can get the The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Limited Edition for £68.99. It's sold out super-fast before so expect this to go quickly too!

Nintendo has revealed a very cool The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Limited Edition, which comes in a suitably retro Game Boy SteelBook case.

It was exciting enough to see more of the Link's Awakening remake during this year's Nintendo E3 Direct, but we can absolutely say we're just as enamoured by this Limited Edition.

Of course, there's the game and a rather chunky looking 120-page artbook included. It's the glorious original Game Boy SteelBook case that finishes it off with the coolest touch, though. If only it worked, too!

We can already hear that startup *ping* in our heads.

The good news, as well, is that you can secure a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Limited Edition for £79.85 at ShopTo right now. They even have the standard edition of Link's Awakening for £39.85 - the cheapest we've seen it so far!

Unfortunately, this version of the game has only been confirmed for Europe so far. In the US, you'll have to make do with the Dreamer Edition. There's an artbook in that too, but no nostalgia-inducing Game Boy case wrapped around it.

Meanwhile, there's a big Nintendo eShop E3 sale currently underway. Until 18th June, you can save up to 50 per cent on a wide selection of Switch and 3DS games. Big first-party Nintendo titles, indie gems and classic Final Fantasy ports are all included. We've gathered up all the other top E3 2019 deals and new releases for you as well, including the likes of Cyberpunk 2077, Death Stranding the Final Fantasy 7 remake.

You'll probably want to make sure you have enough space for all of these games on your Switch, so why not take a look at our list of the best Nintendo Switch microSD cards over on Jelly Deals!

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