When the Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild was announced a few years ago I was so excited, this excitement got much worse once I found out it was coming out on launch with the amazing Nintendo Switch (Checkout my review). So when the Limited edition versions were announced I thought that is the one to get. When I saw the USA limited edition I really wanted that one and I was hoping that the same one would be released in Europe but it wasn’t to be, however the European limited edition is pretty cool so as always lets get into the details:
The box is pretty huge, it is great when you order a limited edition and it comes in a large box. On the front you have Link looking over a vast landscape
On the back you have information about the game with lots of quotes and images from the story, it all looks so good!
On the side you see an image of what is included, the Nintendo Switch version of the game, a Master sword and a CD sound track.
When you open this outer box you are presented with the Zelda Breath of the Wild sound selection CD in black
Below the CD you will find the Switch version of the game, it is all very well presented.
Underneath the CD and the game you are presented with another box in white with black text, this also looks very cool
There is even the game name in Japanese on the sides
Opening that box reveals the Master Sword, it just looks great
Underneath the extremely heavy base is The Legend of Zelda Breathe of the Wild logo
There is a really nice flower made of plastic on the base of the Master Sword a great touch and reference to exploring a vast landscape.
A closer look at the Sword and you notice the Triforce and that the Sword is designed to look aged, it has been in this position for 100 years!
I really like the detailing on the sword and the different colours used, the purple looks great
To conclude this is a great Limited Edition at £90 it is expensive but the Sword and the sound track are worth it. I really enjoy CDs I know they are very 1994 but thats how it is. I think Nintendo did a great job on the boxset and I haven’t even mentioned the game. All I can say is it is the best Zelda game I have ever played.