I monitor Siliconera often, probably the only game news site I do. I started doing it mostly for the "Tales of..." games back a couple years ago when they finally started releasing them almost regularly.
I noticed yesterday morning they had an article about a special edition Majora's Mask 3DS which included a small Skull Kid figurine for a mere 10 dollars more than regular price.
Of course, once it went up for preorder on Amazon it sold out in about an hour. And Gamestop shortly there after (people seem to use them as a last resort).
Then of course Gamestop had a special "Ultimate" limited edition bundle which was just the Limited Edition with a special hard cover game guide. Meaning they probably took a number of their limited editions and bundled it themselves with the guide. Which would logically be taking stock out of the cheaper limited editions, forcing users to purchase then 89 dollar edition instead of the 49.99 dollar edition.
Today around lunch time I noticed another article about the Majora's Mask Skull Kid figurine. And decided to check availability again. Amazon was still out, but Gamestop had their "Ultimate" up for sale. Again it lasted about an hour or so.
I also noticed while looking at the Majora's Mask 3DS on Amazon, there was a suggestion for the Ocarina of Time 3D, and it was not in stock at Amazon, but was being sold for $59.99 New from other sellers. Today when I was checking Majora's Mask I noticed Ocarina was for sale again directly from Amazon, with a note "Stock on Jan 15th." It was up for 39.99 (3DS normal retail). About an hour later I checked again and it was no longer listed as being available for order from Amazon, but instead more sellers had it for 49-59 dollars, but the same "In stock on Jan 15th" note. Meaning they had likely bought up all the available orders from Amazon and were going to turn around and resell them for 10-20 dollar markup once Amazon sold them on Jan 15th...
Seems like Nintendo's IPs are just to popular to not be bought in bulk and resold...