Players who register their copy of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D from today will get a free copy of the game's official soundtrack.
All you need to do is enter the Club Nintendo code included in the box and relinquish your address to Nintendo. Don't worry though, the only thing that'll come knocking is a free CD, if Nintendo still has it in stock that is.
The official soundtrack features tracks from the game (many never before released, according to Nintendo), one fully orchestrated medley specially recorded for the soundtrack, liner notes including new character illustrations created for the Nintendo 3DS release, and a special message from Mr. Miyamoto and Mr. Kondo.
The Ocarina of Time OST was revealed as part of Nintendo's Zelda 25th Anniversary plans revealed during E3. Also in the celebration calendar are plans for a number of global Zelda music concerts and the re-release of some classic Zelda titles to partner Skyward Sword and Ocarina of Time 3D this year.
The game's out now. If you haven't factored Ocarina of Time into this year's buying plan, read our review to find out why you might need to move some things around.