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on 12 February 2011
Great game, but sells down CEX for £14 with bonus disc. £399 New, hilarious! You could buy a boat and have your own adventure for that...
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on 22 March 2013
Game Title
The Legend of Zelda:The Wind Waker-Limited Edition Including 2 Game Bonus Disc

Platform's
GameCube/Wii(Before 2011)

Number of Disc's in Pack
2

Value for Money
Yes

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker-Limited Edition Including 2 Game Bonus Disc is a true collector's Item for any Legend of Zelda Fan with 3 Games on 2 Discs it is well worth the money as you get The Full GameCube Version of The Wind Waker and 2 versions of Ocarina of Time, The Original version and The Master's Quest Version.

What's in the Pack
Zelda Game Case X1
Zelda Wind Waker/Ocarina of Time Game Guide X1
Zelda Wind Waker Game Disc X1
Zelda Ocarina of Time Game Disc X1

Game Disc 1

The Wind Waker (GameCube Version)
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is the tenth installment of The Legend of Zelda series. It is the first Zelda game for the Nintendo GameCube, and was released in Japan on December 13, 2002, in Canada and the United States on March 24, 2003, in South Korea on April 16, 2003, in Europe on May 3, 2003 and in Australia on May 7, 2003.

The Wind Waker is notable for being the first game in the series to employ cel-shading, a lighting and texturing technique that results in the game having a cartoon-like appearance. It also differentiates itself from other Zelda games with its massive overworld, the Great Sea (which may be the largest overworld of any Zelda game), which must be explored using a boat which is called the King of Red Lions. It is an indirect sequel to Ocarina of Time,taking place several hundred years after the events of the previous games.

Although the sea-faring gameplay and cartoon-like graphics were a point of critique for some, The Wind Waker was in the end the fourth best-selling GameCube game of all time. However, it should be noted that pre-orders of the game were significantly boosted by the inclusion of a pre-order bonus disc, which features Ocarina of Time and Master Quest. Master Quest is an enhanced remake of the original Ocarina game, with partially re-designed, more difficult dungeons.

In 2007, a direct sequel to The Wind Waker, entitled Phantom Hourglass, was released on the Nintendo DS.

In the fall of 2013, a remake of the game was released for the Wii U console, with enhanced graphics and gameplay in a fashion similar to Ocarina of Time 3D,

Game Disc 2
Ocarina of Time/Master Quest
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the first Zelda game released for the Nintendo 64 and is the fifth installment in The Legend of Zelda Series and was one of the most highly anticipated games of its age. It is also listed by numerous websites and magazines among the greatest video games ever created. Released in the United States on November 23, 1998, it was the first game in the Legend of Zelda series that was visually displayed in 3D (previous games of the series had a front or top-down view).

It is generally considered to be a classic, most famously scoring the first ever perfect 40/40 in Famitsu Magazine - a feat which only fourteen games (including The Wind Waker and Skyward Sword) have ever achieved. In addition, G4 television declared it "the #1 game of all time" as well as Nintendo Power. Ocarina of Time is listed in Guinness World Records - Gamer's Edition 2008, as the highest ranked game of all time. In the 2010 Gamer's Edition, Ocarina of Time was updated as "the most critically acclaimed game of all time."

Ocarina of time was bundled with The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker(GameCube Version)as part of a Limited Edition Set which featured the same story from the original, On the Disc it also had a remake of Ocarina of Time called Master's Quest it featured harder dungeon's and different item placement. in the 3D Version of the master quest the world was flipped but in the GameCube Version the world say's the Same as in the original.

This is the Best Zelda Bundle apart from Skyward Sword.
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on 24 May 2012
Well, what can I say! Truly magnificent; a game whose graphics are so fantastic they haven't aged one bit. One day, Windwaker will get the recognition it deserves!
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on 29 January 2015
Ok so i should have written a review on this all them years ago when i first got this, but anyways Zelda the Windwaker and Zelda Ocarina Of Time/Master Quest. Two amazing games Ocarina of time being one i have played sinse it first come out on the N64 and never gets old with better graphics than the n64 version it still lies as one of my all time favourite games with the ever more challenging master quest the dungeons are genius and the game is very fun to play it is also quite a long game which is always a good thing the game is quite easy to follow starting off completing 3 little dungeons before turning into an adult and taking on the 5 large temples before coming head to head with the King Of Evil Ganondorf. As for the Windwaker now this game is like 10 times bigger than the Ocarina of Time and like it equelly the same as that too, there is so much you can explore and challenges you can do that are also fun the only thing i didnt enjoy about this was the earth temple and wind temple there quite a pain in the arse, but as you sail the sea finding new place after new place it is very enjoyable and also genius, if you havent got this then don't waste any more time and buy it now you wont regret it.
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on 17 November 2013
After loving this game as a child, I moved on to xbox 360 and been there for a couple years but The Legend of Zelda: Wind waker is by far my favourite game i've ever had no game comes close to how long hard this game is i would recommend this game to anyone of all ages!
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on 5 February 2015
Nintendo's thematic action-adventure sequel to Ocarina of Time takes the series back to its more cartoonish roots. Utilizing a completely new look with cel-shaded graphics, the game casts players in the role of a familiar young boy, who sets out to save his kidnapped sister. Gameplay is vintage Zelda, only that the game's overworld is covered by water. Players have to control the direction of the wind to sail across the ocean and find dungeons, towns, and plenty of secrets. A special Game Boy Advance link-up option lets another player join the quest and give hints and assistance via the handheld.

Wind Waker is a masterful achievement -- a shining example, in fact, of how videogames should be made and a case study for developers wondering what makes a compelling game. Nintendo has once again evolved the action-adventure and created a gargantuan world that seems to overflow with mystery and challenge, an epic undertaking that streams across a wide-open sea and through countless islands, into several dungeons, and more. It's all knitted together with a storyline, but it's Zelda's unrivaled design, balanced and varied, and its polished play mechanics and control that ultimately set the game apart from just about every other competitor on the market.

There are shortcomings, yes. For everything Wind Waker delivers in scope and variety, some gamers will find that the challenge level is too lenient. Others will be annoyed by the repetitiveness of using the Wind Waker, or that there are some "fetch quests" that work to lengthen the game, but also prove relatively tedious. Some may even be troubled by the lack of dungeons when compared to Ocarina of Time.

But between the 20+ hours of game served up, there is hardly ever a boring minute, let alone hour, and there's always the draw to keep going, to keep exploring the gorgeous environments and uncovering the secrets that drown the water-filled world that Link inhabits.

Simply put, this is one of the best games in the last few years and one of the most compelling reasons to pick up a GameCube immediately if you don't already own one.
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on 23 September 2014
Over the years, The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker has received a lot of criticism due to it's cartoonish and childlike appearance, and it's apparent "ease" to complete. However, I strongly disagree with these. The Wind Waker breathed a fresh breath of air into the Zelda series, reawakening it as one the best games of the franchise to date. While the cell shaded graphics might appear childish at first, one can soon see that this game was built for those with a deeper knowledge of the series' puzzles and Boss fights. The controls, especially during combat, work swiftly and smoothly, much like the graphics. The game takes place "some time" after the end of Ocarina of Time. Hyrule has been swallowed by water, and the world is now composed of many small islands dotted across the vast ocean. True to the other titles in the franchise, you instantly feel a desire to traverse and explore the Great Sea, finding even the tiniest easter egg to the biggest side quests to keep you amused. Not that the extremely entertaining and gripping main storyline won't keep you busy. It will have traversing the entire world, from volcanoes and high peaks, to the very bottom of the sea. A plethora of well known Zelda items also make their triumphant return, including the Bow, the Boomerang, Bombs and the Hookshot. New items also make an appearance, like the Grappling Hook, the Skull Hammer, And the legendary Wind Waker itself. Overall, I believe this is a must buy for any fan of the series, despite it's outward childish appearance,
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on 10 November 2012
This limited edition of the Wind Waker contains quite possibly the best two games of a brilliant series. If you like Zelda games, both Ocarina of Time and the Wind Waker are must-haves, so why not buy them in this edition with the Ocarina of Time Master Quest as a bonus? If you do not know the Legend of Zelda, but you do like adventure games which also take some brain for the puzzles to solve, you should certainly try it, and how better to start that with these games?
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on 28 April 2014
Brought this for my girlfriend because she loves zelda and is missing this particular game from her collection, i was very skeptical about buying it second hand but since finding gamecube games on the high street is like finding a needle in a hay stack these days i had no other choice. the item arrived sooner than expected and the quality of the case and disc was absolutely outstanding for the price. thanks a lot for the game, i wish you all the best in the future
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on 20 July 2013
This game has brought me enjoyment over and over and i would certainly buy it again whenever possible, it is a Wonderful and fun game but i have to be honest, you would have to be extremely stupid to buy a single game for this price, new or not. even if it was plated in gold, i could buy a dozen of the console it is for and the same game to go with them and still have an adequate amount of money left over.
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