The Adventure Set was produced in limited numbers in Europe. Sold for a substantial £70, the set came with loads of goodies such as a postcard, calendar, t-shirt, a watch, two pin badges, an adventurer’s certificate, the game’s soundtrack on CD and of course, the game itself.
Shortly after the release of Phantom Hourglass in the EU, which marked the centennial of its Japanese release, NOE released a special bundle with a limited-edition Zelda DS. Nintendo gives Europe the second prize once again, our silver to America’s shade of Actually Special Gold, and a picture of Link and a logo instead of a slightly less dorky and far more symbolic Triforce. For this, we pay £129.99, 1p more than a copy of the game and a silver DS separately.