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The Legend of Zelda series gets fashionable with official designer apparel from MUSTERBRAND

Hamburg, Germany and New York, NY, September 27, 2016 – MUSTERBRAND, the leading designer label of chic pop culture apparel and accessories, is proud to unveil its first collection based on the legendary The Legend of Zelda™ series. Designed together with and officially licensed from Nintendo®, the fashion line prepares its wearer for adventure with five items constructed with premium fabrics and stylish details that are uniquely MUSTERBRAND.

The Legend of Zelda fashion collection is a limited-edition run and available worldwide at Musterbrand.com for immediate shipping and pre-order.

Full Collection List:
Link™ Shirt - 100% hooded jersey, $59.99 (59€). Shipping now.
Link™ Cape - Knit hoodie, $79.99 (79€). Shipping now.
Link™ Loot - Heavy canvas bag, $49.99 (49€). Shipping October.
Link™ Voyage - Premium parka, $159.99 (159€). Shipping December.
Hyrule Scarf - 100% cotton, $39.99 (39€). Shipping now.

Check out the lineup here

Darkrai Returns for a Short Time

The Mythical Pokémon Darkrai was first available at GameStop stores in May. If you weren't able to make it to GameStop in time, here's another chance to receive the Pokémon. Simply enter this code into your Pokémon Omega Ruby, Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, Pokémon X, or Pokémon Y game to add Darkrai to your collection:

Code: Darkrai20

It's the same Pokémon that was given out at GameStop, so if you received that one, you won't be able to get another one.

Don't miss this second chance to get the Mythical Pokémon Darkrai. This code is valid until October 31, 2016, so be sure to enter it by then. And be sure to visit Pokemon.com/20 for more details on the Pokémon 20th celebration.

Nintendo Badge Arcade - North American update for Sept. 27th, 2016

Nintendo Badge Arcade

- 3 returning sets of Animal Crossing badges (includes system icons)

Thanks to AlienboyVA for the heads up!

Gurumin 3D - A look at the free theme available with purchase of the game


I am really liking what I see of Gurumin 3D. Gives me a sort of Mega Man Legends meets Drill Dozer vibe. Eager to check this one out!