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Zelda for the wii sold out everywhere!

Discussion in 'Console Games & Hardware' started by chris_uk333, 8 Jan 2010.

  1. chris_uk333

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    Cheapest place i can see it is on the bay of the e...And that's 40 quid!

    Does this game pwn i take it?
     
  2. OpenToSuggestions

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    People use it to do some sort of hack so the wii so it boots copied games.
    That is why it is worth so much 2nd hand.
     
  3. chris_uk333

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    Oh dear...
     
  4. OpenToSuggestions

    Capodecina

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    I don't own a wii myself it is just what a mate said. Hopefully someone else will know more than me.
     
  5. Shamikebab

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    He's right, that can't be discussed on here though.
     
  6. Sinny

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    just seen it for £15 second hand excl P&P at popular e-tailer, to be honest I just use Gamestracker.
     
  7. LORD APOCALYPSE

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    Err, maybe 2 years ago this would have been the case. It's alot simpler these days, needing only an sd card. :p


    The reason it's such high value is because it's a genuinely cracking game! Not up to OoT/MM standards but damn good all the same.
     
  8. jaybee

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    It can be used to perform an exploit/hack on the Wii to run homebrew/hacked content so it's very popular second hand. Also a good game, but a typical Zelda game really. Long, slow...tedious dare I say.
     
  9. DJDaz

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    hmmm may have to sell mine then, haven't played it for ages

    Edit: Don't know what the OP is on about, can't see it for £40 on the bay anywhere
     
    Last edited: 9 Jan 2010
  10. malachi

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    Its the Gamecube version which I can see selling for £40.
     
  11. OpenToSuggestions

    Capodecina

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    They hardly made any PAL ones of the cube version. I want the game but I am not paying over £30 for a 4 year old cube game.
     
  12. thevet

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    you can emulate the game perfectly on a certain emulator that im not allowed to post because of copyright infringement, if your pc is powerfull enough it will run twilight princess perfectly
     
    Last edited: 9 Jan 2010
  13. Goldfingers

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    You can get it for about £15 on the bay, or on the highstreet. What you on about?

    And yes it does "pwn". Best zelda ever, don't let nostalgists tell you otherwise.
     
  14. ojste

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    haha i remember this, bought it for ~£35 new, played and finished it then sold for profit :D
     
  15. finite

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    I agree and nothing in this game made the ONM 50 greatest Nintendo moments. The battle at the end is pretty much the same as OOT.