In building the 3D remake of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, the mandate for the developer Grezzo was to preserve fans' memories of the original as much as possible. That meant, where possible, that bugs from the original Nintendo 64 game were intentionally left in.
French gaming site Le Mag Jeux Video got pictures of what appear to be the official premiums for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D; it includes a wooden (or wood-patterned) pen and a plastic ocarina with the holes identified by their note. I had no idea an ocarina looked like a blue athletic cup.
When the DS's The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks showed up in bargain bins four months after release, for less than the price of lunch at McDonald's, it was rather embarrassing for Nintendo. Rumor has it the 3DS' Ocarina of Time will get a small shipment to avoid such a fate.
Prepare for some naked Goron ass as you behold the majesty of First 4 Figures' Darunia, Goron Leader, statue.