I cannot believe this game -- also see Smash Brothers, Goldeneye, Final Fantasy VII, and a few others -- goes for so much on here. EVERY PAWN SHOP IN AMERICA has about a thousand copies of this game, seemingly in better condition than some of the used "Acceptable" copies, and for far cheaper. Honestly, you could make a living buying copies for $8-12 from these places, and selling them for double/triple/MORE on here. It's pretty insane. I mean, I did appreciate when FFVII -- which sold, what, 10 million copies? -- became "rare" after Advent Children came out, because I sold so many copies for $70-120 on EBay that I got for $5 from a pawn shop. I am not insulting the practices of sellers on here, more just reccomending that if you want this 10 year old multimillion NOT-RARE-AT-ALL game, just go to a pawn shop.
BTW, this is a great game. Graphically, it still looks better than anything on the market, 10 years later. The gameplay is so fun and amazing. Too bad about the endgame part where you have to collect maps/pieces and are REQUIRED to do sidequests to fill your wallet to get the 5000 or more rupees to pay Tingle just to continue the game. I mean, paying the monkey to open a temple in the dark world in Link to the Past was pretty crappy, but that was 80 rupees. I am shocked more people don't have problems with this part of the game, as it takes hours and hours and HOURS to be able to find all this stuff, plus pay him. I am guessing most people just flat out don't get to that point in the game. What else could it be? It makes the best Zelda ever into the worst, instantly.