If you’re one of the many Nintendo 3DS owners that are thinking about purchasing the much-awaited ‘The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time’ game when it arrives in stores in June, then it looks like you might have to get in there quick as the game is facing a limited release.
According to Anoop Gantayat over at andriasang.com, a recent post on the Sinobi.blog website has revealed that the very first shipment of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time game is going to be extremely small. In other words, if you want the new title, it’s best to pre-order it.
The allotments will be small for all retailers, no matter how big or small the retailer is. What’s more is that Nintendo will not allow retailers to place orders for the upcoming action-adventure game, which is due to release on June 16th in Japan, June 17th in the UK and June 19th in the US.
So why is Nintendo being so strict with its shipments? The Sinobi.blog writer believes that it could well be an attempt to avoid the situation that occurred with the Zelda: Spirit Tracks game on the Nintendo DS, in which large amounts of the game were found in bargain bins shortly after launch.
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