Register Zelda OoT 3D, Get Soundtrack CD for Free

Zelda's Lullaby.

Did you get The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time today? If so, head on over to Club Nintendo and register your copy of the game, by using the pin number included in the box to get more than just 250 Star points.

That’s right, register before the 30th of June and Nintendo will send you out the soundtrack CD for nothing but a few minutes of your time. You simply have to enter your address and even the shipping is free, although we’re told to ‘allow up to 8 weeks for delivery’. You should get a confirmation email if you’re successful.

Featuring 50 tracks, some of which have never seen the light of day on any Zelda soundtrack before, the CD has all of your favourite songs from the game and an additional, orchestrated medley – it looks like that is the closest we’ll get to a fully orchestrated soundtrack. The CD also features additional artwork and a message from Shigeru Miyamoto – the man behind Zelda – and Koji Kondo, who composed the soundtrack.

We gave top merit to Ocarina of Time 3D in our review, stating that it is “A remarkable game, and one that should be experienced by all.”, so there’s no excuse not to get it now. One of the best games of all time, remastered in 3D, now with a free soundtrack? Sounds good.

Source: Club Nintendo, via Eurogamer

5 Comments

  1. Ooooo, I like free stuff. Picking my copy up in just over an hour so I will definately register it when I get home tonight :D

  2. Ehh, I thought you only had ‘the chance to win’ the soundtrack?

    http://www.nintendo.co.uk/NOE/en_GB/news/2011/our_official_website_for_the_legend_of_zelda_ocarina_of_time_3d_is_live_43207.html

    I was tempted to buy this, but bought Child of Eden instead, couldn’t pass up another awesome Q? Entertainment game.

    • That game looks interesting. Certainly reviewed very well :)

  3. apparently all the cd’s have already gone as they only had 1-2k of them :(

  4. Anyone else find that the UK Club Nintendo site is among the rappiest on the internet? I really struggle just to log in to it sometimes and it becomes a bit of a chore to fill in the same survey questions about “did you buy your wii/3ds when you bought the software” every time.

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