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Format: NINTENDO GAMECUBE™
Launch Date: February 2003
ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)
Game Type: Action/Adventure
Accessories: Memory Card
Players: 1
MSRP: $49.95
Game Summary
The latest Legend of Zelda adventure begins with young Link living a peaceful life on a tiny island. One day, Link witnesses a huge, menacing bird that snatches Link's younger sister and flies away with her. Link follows in hot pursuit. His search for her sets in motion an epic adventure that will have Link sailing the high seas and searching for answers to the mystery behind her disappearance.

Features
  • Dive into an all-new Legend of Zelda! It expands on the revolutionary game play of The Ocarina of Time® and features a unique new animation style.
  • See characters' expressions change as they laugh and cry or show anger and surprise with a wider variety of actions and livelier, more expressive characters.
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