Recently revealed on GAME.co.uk, is a collectors edition for the highly anticipated 3DS game, “Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.” This special edition is available for pre-order now as a GAME exclusive and will retail at £49.99.
This special edition equips players with:
Zelda LBTW boxed copy
Link’s Awakening digital download code
Zelda musical cartridge chest
A glossy exclusive artwork poster
Target is canceling PlayStation 4 bundle preorders due to an “unforeseen development,” but will begin offering them again on a first-come, first-served basis next week.
Following the surprise delay of “Watch Dogs” announced earlier this week, both Amazon and GameStop confirmed that customers who had preordered related PlayStation 4 and Xbox One bundles would still receive them on schedule, with some options for addressing the absence of the game. Target, however, appears to be taking a different tack, as a Reddit user claims that his “Drive Club” PS4 bundle preorder has been canceled.
Before “Tetris” and “Ms. Pac-Man” were staples of the App Store, they lived in bars and video arcades, played eagerly by quick-wristed teenagers.
But years after glory was achieved at the top of the scoreboard, some of these vintage games are sitting lifelessly in Southern California storage units – unable to be sold because they’re owned by the state.
It turns out that about three years ago, California used their Redevelopment Agency to purchase the old video arcade that housed the games.
That agency, according to the state’s website, was officially dissolved on Feb.1, 2012. Anything purchased through the now defunct Redevelopment Agency in California can’t be sold or moved until the state clears them for sale by finishing their paperwork.