Zelda Musical Treasure Chest Coming to Australia

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

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Zelda Musical Treasure Chest

The Zelda musical treasure chest, as seen below promoted by Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma, is coming to Australia, as well.

Originally announced as a pack-in for the Collector’s Edition of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds in Europe, this musical treasure chest can be obtained in Australia by pre-ordering the game from EB Games. This must-have for Zelda fans addicted to opening treasure chests in-game does more than activate the pleasure centers in their brains—it also stores five 3DS or DS cartridges, as well.

This promotional item has not been announced for North America. If you’re a gamer outside Australia or Europe who must get your hands on one, I suggest the exclusive Collector’s Edition from GAME in the U.K. I highly doubt they ship pre-order bonuses out of Australia. Just remember that you won’t be able to play the game on your 3DS because of region locking.

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds will come out November 22 in North America and the U.K. and November 23 in Australia.

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About Karli Winata

Karli Winata is an avid gamer with a taste for a little bit of everything. Except for sports games. And racing sims. And definitely not hidden object games! I guess everything is too broad a term. Suffice it to say that he has been known to play hours of Call of Duty multiplayer in between bouts of Persona fusing and Star Coin collecting while saving the world/galaxy through sensibly bald space marines or plucky teenagers with impossible hairstyles. Where does he find the time to write about them?




  • James Best

    Well, it gives me hope that it will come to America as well, at least.