The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition
The Legend of Zelda: Collector's Edition
Instead of featuring screenshots of the games like the US box art, the Canadian box art only features each game's logos.
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The Japanese version of the game comes in a 2-disc case, but the international version comes in a standard case. It's thought this due to the larger manual in the Japanese version, which needed the extra space.
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The music that plays on the main menu is different between regions. In the Japanese version, an original remix of The Legend of Zelda theme plays. In the international release, the song used for the Master Quest menu is used.
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The Legend of Zelda and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link both had their western intros rewritten to sound better. Oddly, no other re-release of these games (beside the Game Boy Advance "NES Classics" versions) use these versions, but instead use the original NES versions.
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