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Save Hyrule wherever you go with Nintendo's newest retro release, because the Nintendo Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda Edition is now available in Canada.

Originally announced on June 15, the Nintendo Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda Edition is a limited-edition handheld retro console commemorating the 35th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda, styled after the original Nintendo Game & Watch from 1980 and a follow-up to the Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. Edition released last year.

Here's where you can get the Nintendo Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda Edition in Canada.

This modernized Game & Watch features a gold finish with green accents, colour screen, rechargeable battery and four built-in games – The Legend of Zelda (1987), Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (1988), The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (1993) and a version of the Game & Watch original Vermin with Link. When not in use, the packaging can be used as a display case for the collectible handheld, which also functions as a digital clock or timer with interactive Zelda-themed animations.

The Nintendo Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda Edition is available now and qualifies for free shipping at all stores listed.

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    • .. I have the mario one, and still see the excess stock sitting around. Was excited too, but it was over-hyped. The platform itself is quite awkward and unergonomic. Buttons kinda sticky. The screen is too small.. Shoulda just got the games on the GBA. : P

      All that being said, prefer these games 100X more than Mario. Though Mario is classic, these are hours more of entertainment.. Sunk many hours into OG Zelda as a kid.. Sadly I know where most of the secrets still are, likely (buried into my head) so less to do.. Never did finish 2nd quest though.. Life-goals!!
      Don't have the gameboy game either, and never played Zelda II: Link, so there's that!
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    • Anyone spot these yet at Shoppers Drug Mart?
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    • I just want a Zelda anniversary collection package for switch. I really hope it will be announced in September even if they said that this item is the only thing planned to highlight the 35th anniversary...
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    • secured 1 unit through best buy.
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    • The Mario edition had a nice clock animation and it would stay on as long as its connected. Coupled with one of these stands, it makes for a nice desk clock.

      I would love to see the clock animation of this one!
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    • Still no kickstand on this one? That was missing from the Mario.
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    • If you're a collector, that's fine. But most people simply only bought one because it's "limited" so they gotta have one
      Everything is "limited". Limited to the number of fools who'll pay for one. 😂

      Remember when people were paying around 2x MSRP for the Animal Crossing Switch? :rolleyes:
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    • If it's anything like the quality of the last one it's crap.
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    • They will make tons so buy to play or collect only, not scalp. Sales will likely come later.
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    • Zelda, Link, Link's Awakening. I'll pass but it is not a -hard- pass.

      Thanks for the awareness
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    • Also, MSRP is 49.99 USD which is 61$ CAD...
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    • LMAO so many people bought into the game&watch Mario hype. I bet there is a ton of $70 paperweights collecting dust.
      I bought from BB and then returned the next week. No paper weight here.
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    • Another shelf warmer. I'd consider it for $15.
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    • Am not falling for it this time . Sorry Nintendo
      You didn't "fall" for anything. :facepalm:
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    • I mean for most people yeah, but I am a video game collector and this stuff is right up my alley. I don't care if I'll probably never use it or that I can already play zelda on 10 different consoles. for me it's a nice display piece that I can add to my collection. Thanks OP instant buy!

      EDIT> Damnit it's sold out! Hopefully these are as common as the mario version :-(
      If you're a collector, that's fine. But most people simply only bought one because it's "limited" so they gotta have one
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    • Am not falling for it this time . Sorry Nintendo
      Falling for what ?
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    • LMAO so many people bought into the game&watch Mario hype. I bet there is a ton of $70 paperweights collecting dust.
      I mean for most people yeah, but I am a video game collector and this stuff is right up my alley. I don't care if I'll probably never use it or that I can already play zelda on 10 different consoles. for me it's a nice display piece that I can add to my collection. Thanks OP instant buy!

      EDIT> Damnit it's sold out! Hopefully these are as common as the mario version :-(
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    • Am not falling for it this time . Sorry Nintendo
      LMAO so many people bought into the game&watch Mario hype. I bet there is a ton of $70 paperweights collecting dust.
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    • They way over produced the first one for it to have ant collectible value. Bought 2 of the Mario ones…one to play and one to hold as a collectible…little did I know they’re still everywhere 😂
      Maybe when you're 100 and on your death bed you'll be able to hand it down to your children. A worthy inheritance, that they can sell for $15 profit on Ebay.
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    • They way over produced the first one for it to have ant collectible value. Bought 2 of the Mario ones…one to play and one to hold as a collectible…little did I know they’re still everywhere 😂
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    • Am not falling for it this time . Sorry Nintendo
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    • I hyped up the Mario one last November, turns out after the first week availability of these was still really high. You could buy one any time and even some Amazon third party scalpers were selling them under MSRP to get rid of them.

      I'm still going to buy it....begrudgingly...because i'm a Legend of Zelda Collector (aka moron fanboy)....not because its a 'must have' for any gamer.
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    • It's too bad the Mario one was found not to have USB-C port data lines connected. That would have made NES/SNES classic like hacking trivial. There is very little efforts going on to either design a drop in PCB (so you can use the higher quality buttons/shell/screen) as far as I know.

      I did buy one, as it's a neat piece of nostalgia, but man I walk by tons of these on shelves everyday and see them not moving. Not at $70 Nintendo- it's destined for the discount bin. This one at least has Link's awakening (GB emulator on board?), but I suspect the same shell/board is also not going to have data lines connected. It'll be a hard pass until it's 50% off or more.

      Upvoted, as I didn't get to watch the E3 Direct and didn't know about this otherwise.
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    • Highly unlikely it's going to be limited. The Mario one was still in stock long after it launched.
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    • I want original Game & Watch games. Not Nintendo games fit into Game & Watch housing.
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