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Zelda Monopoly Releases Next Month, Exclusive Content at GameStop

Posted on Monday, August 4 @ 10:00:00 PST by

USAopoly, the company behind themed Monopoly titles, will (finally) be releasing a board for Zelda on September 15, 2014. It will cost just $39.99.

For the most part, the board portrays the theme fairly well, with treasure chests instead of Community Chests and empty bottles instead of Chance. Epona and the Street Spirit Train replace two of the usual railroads. The Bow, Hookshot, Boomerang, Triforce, and Hylian Shield will be available as tokens.

The only weird parts are the corner spaces. I would rather see the jail be like a Hyrulian jail cell, the cop to be a Hyrulian soldier, and the Free Parking space be something like a horse stable.

The GameStop version has exclusive content, including the Ocarina of Time token, six item power cards, a 11"x16" Hyrule Map Lithograph in Treasure Chest Holder, and the custom (and sexy) square box packaging.
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