I'm sure the statement above seems more than a smidge ridiculous to some of you, but here's the thing: the copy I'm currently playing was given to me (thanks again, anonymous benefactor!). Also, it's a digital copy of the game--and you know how much I love owning actual cases and cartridges and manuals and such. (Not that I'm expecting A Link Between Worlds to come with an actual manual or anything.)
As a result, I'm considering buying the Japanese version of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (Zelda no Densetsu: Kamigami no Triforce 2). At some point. Which could, of course, mean later this week.
Why the Japanese version, you ask? Um, I like its box art (which can be seen above)? Also, I'm itching to own a few more 3DS games that hail from the Land of the Rising Sun.
In related news: although I've yet to finish the North American version of A Link Between Worlds, already I can say with some assurance that it's one of my five favorite 3DS games--along with Animal Crossing: New Leaf, THE "DENPA" MEN, Mario Kart 7 and Theatrhythm Final Fantasy.