What makes the collector's edition special?
Top Voted Answer
I'm a little confused as to what you're talking about now.
If you're talking about the N64 cartridge, the Special Edition is only different in that it has a holographic sticker.
If you're talking about the Collector's Edition for the GCN, it's basically the same as the N64 version, only it freezes often and the sound is glitchy.
LemonPenguin - 7 years ago
The only difference between the standard and the Collector's Edition is the holographic sticker in the cartridge and the "Collector's Edition" legend in the box, also some games came with a Link, Zelda and Ganondorf action figure, but I dunno if they were exclusive to the Collector's Edition.
---Nintendo--- (Expert) - 7 years ago
Are u talking about the gamecubeone that has the four greatest Zelda games?
destroyah898 - 7 years ago
I have it. It is a gold cartridge (no, not real GOLD). With a holographic cover.That's all.
shmarginwoof - 7 years ago
It's just your standard cartridge with a 3D picture and a Gold colored casing.
Ikasnu - 7 years ago
I dont know what your talking about but i just have all zelda games ever made but i need the first one ever then i have them all AKA IM ZELDAS BIGIST FAN I EVEN HAVE LINK TO THE PAST GOLD CARTAGE
samsam87 - 7 years ago
I have a gold cartrage too! I gave up beacause I couldn't get past deku palace but that was 6 years ago I got past! ^_^
pikachu351 - 7 years ago
I have the Collector's Edition. It was the same thing except with a holographic picture. Big Whoop.
A7XBroncosFan46 - 7 years ago
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