Sometimes publishers offer amazing incentives for pre-ordering a game. Depending on circumstances such as where you live, those bonuses may not always be available, no matter how much you might want them. Lucky for us there will always be the power of eBay. Right now, Zelda fans can either bid on a can of the Great Deku Tree seeds or, for a much larger sum, the entire bundle that Nintendo Greece was offering as part of their The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D pre-order deal.
If you are only interested in owning the Great Deku Tree seeds, you still have a little over a day left to enter a bid for the sealed tin which, according to the auction page, contains seeds that can grow into actual trees. No promise on what type of trees will grow, though I doubt they will have bushy eyebrows and a mustache. For the entire bundle, be ready to drop at least $290 to get a Greek version of the game along with all of the extra goodies, which might be kind of nice to have if you are a diehard Zelda collector. Or speak Greek. Either way you do have about 18 days left to decide if $290 is a worthwhile investment for collectable Ocarina of Time 3D swag.
|6:00 PM on 05.24.2013|
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