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Friday, May 12, 2023

The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Collector's Edition + Link Amiibo | Photo Gallery

Nintendo has been pretty good about putting out collector’s edition for most of their bigger titles this generation. While I haven’t had the chance to pick up all of them that have been released, the ones I have picked up have been great. Can the same be said about the collector’s edition for The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom? Let's check it out. 

Per usual for Japan, three versions of the Collector’s Edition for Tears of the Kingdom are/were available -  a set with a physical copy of the game, a set with a digital copy of the game (empty case), or a set that just contains the special items only (and an empty game case). The first two are almost identical when it comes to price, however the all physical copy costs an additional ¥20 (¥14,500 for digital versus ¥14,520 for physical. The set without the game runs ¥7,700. Again, this has been a pretty standard thing for Nintendo to do with their releases over the years. 
The Set
I pre-ordered my copy of the Collector’s Edition back in early February, the day that it was revealed during a Nintendo Direct. Worldwide, the set is the same and comes with the following:
  • Physical Copy of the Game
  • Art Book
  • Iconart Poster
  • SteelBook Case
  • Pin Set (4 pins)
Of course, the biggest difference for me is that any text included in the art book or packaging is entirely in Japanese. In terms of quality, things are exactly what you would expect from a collector’s edition from Nintendo. Things here are awesome, have some great attention to detail and feel worth the asking price. I’m particularly fond of the SteelBook case - this thing looks really sharp. Below, you can find some photos of my Japanese version of the collector’s edition for the game as well as some up close and personal shots of the Tears of the Kingdom Link. 
Nintendo has once again delivered with a pretty nice set here. While it is a bit pricey, it’s a nice addition to my collection and I’m glad that fans can have a chance to pick something like us up. But let’s turn things over to you guys. Did you pick up the Collector’s Edition of Tears of the Kingdom? Are you enjoying the game? Speaking of Collector’s Editions, what’s one of the coolest ones that you’ve picked up? Sound off in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you. 

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