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Can You Pre-Order Zelda Game & Watch? Price, Release Date & Everything You Need To Know

After Nintendo shocked fans with the release of the Mario Game & Watch last year, letting them play the first two Super Mario Bros. games on a neat little portable, so it’s only natural that we’d get The Legend of Zelda Game & Watch this year, though that E3 announcement was great.

This is the 35th anniversary of Nintendo’s The Legend of Zelda after all and we’re surprised that they didn’t announce a limited-time physical release for some of the 3D Zelda games but give them time.

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Can You Pre-Order Zelda Game & Watch? Price, Release Date & Everything You Need To Know

Without further ado, here’s everything you need to know about The Legend of Zelda Game & Watch.

Price

Much like the aforementioned Mario Game & Watch, hardcore Nintendo fans will be able to get The Legend of Zelda Game & Watch for $49.99.

Chances are that the price will skyrocket once collectors get their hands on these so if you want one you’re gonna need to start pre-ordering it.

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Pre-Orders

As of this writing, pre-order details on The Legend of Zelda Game & Watch haven’t been shown so we’re assuming that Nintendo will announce this soon.

Check on your favorite retailer just in case you want this bad boy.

Release Date

Hardcore Nintendo fans will be able to get their hands on The Legend of Zelda Game & Watch on November 12.

We wouldn’t worry about a long line or anything like that, given how we’re all still recovering from the pandemic, but if you can, have this gaming device delivered to you.

Games

While far from a Nintendo Switch replacement, The Legend of Zelda Game & Watch does have some decent content for those that actually want to play on this.

You’ll be able to play 1986’s The Legend of Zelda, 1987’s Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link, and 1993’s The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.

These are all fine games, though we’re shocked that the Game Boy version of Link’s Awakening made it but not the SNES classic The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.

You also get the original Game & Watch game Vermin but with the main character redesigned to be Link himself.

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