> SilverOwl wrote:
>> Imo if I could, I would make Nintendo do a huge Zelda 35th anniversary box set.
>> It would come with all the games possible, like all the nes/snes games. Gameboy,
>> gba,N64, GameCube, Wii. I would skip the ds games tho. Put out like a 10 game
>> set, with a map for each game, a huge hardcover book going over each of the games,
>> with color photos, easter eggs, tips , etc, along with the supposed timeline that
>> the games are from. So they could get all the games on two switch carts. Include
>> a music cd with the main themes or something. Have it come with a 8in link riding
>> epona,. They could easily sell it for $200-300.
>> It would sell out instantly.
> That sounds amazing.
> SilverOwl, you're hired.
Lol, after reading it thru just now, it does sound amazing. Fudgein Fantastic if u ask me.
You cannot sit there and say that they could do a once in a lifetime Zelda Anniversary set and it would sell out instantly at $300.
Or, bc they are cheap asses, they could also simultaneously release the $300 box set along with a new amiibo for each game in the set. And have each amiibo unlock hardcore mode for each game. So u would have to buy all 10 amiibos to unlock the bonus mode as each amiibo would only work with the one game.
They could also release a Special Edition Switch system that would have 35 Zelda Anniversary collection decals on it along with a new switch pro controller with similar color scheme. Or better yet. They could have switch system Zelda Anniversary something or another and have it set up to where each switch will have a free digital Zelda game attached to the system, but the Zelda game will be different. Like u will randomly get one of the games from the collection as a bonus. Or also have it where a code would come with the Zelda Anniversary switch pro controller. And each code will redeem a random Zelda game.
Or even better yet, check this out. They could do Zelda switch sets for each system. If that makes sense. Like have the nes/snes Zelda's come on its own cart and sell it for retail like that. Have the N64 games on a separate cart, or the gb/gbc on their own cart, all with separate artwork for each set. But on the spine they could have all the sets line up to make one bigger picture, as it would be like 5 different switch cases combined to make a single set. And sell each for $60. Or $80 for a SE set that comes with the cart along with a keychain or a plushie toy, cards with Zelda characters...
I could keep going. I'm soo sorry for the long posts. I have had way too many java monsters today!