Passionate Zelda Fan Leaves Note Inside Game

The Legend of Zelda is a historical franchise with a monumental and fervent fanbase. The same could be said for a lot of Nintendo's franchises but the Zelda fans have a little more zeal, as you can tell from the photo above. In an enclosed case of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is a note. A note from the game's previous owner that is to be passed on to the game's next owner.

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Tidybrutes1699d ago

While a nice sentiment, id probably just throw it away lol

RamsesNum11699d ago

I still don't understand how he could sell it if it meant so much to him. I'm sure he didn't do it for the cash because there is no way corporate Gamestop paid more than $7 for that game.

Tidybrutes1699d ago

Very true I could never bring myself to sell certian games from my collection, I rarley sell any games anyway unless I can make a profit on what I paid for it or its rubbish im ashamed to own (Duke Nukem Forever) lol

Becuzisaid1699d ago

I'm sure I'll get a ton of disagrees, but Twilight Princess has to be the most boring Zelda ever.

RamsesNum11699d ago

It wasn't Ocarina of Time but it still was pretty damn good.

Tidybrutes1699d ago

Not the best but not the worst either, id say Phantom Hourglass is more boring than Twilight Princess though.

No4Love1699d ago

10/10 would throw the note.

OptimisticPrime1699d ago

So we ARENT going to talk about his handwriting?

Agent_00_Revan1699d ago

He's obviously 6. Well, hopefully...