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Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses Stops At E3 2012

Posted on Friday, May 18 @ 11:12:10 Eastern by

At last years E3 press conference, Nintendo raised a full symphony out of the ground and had them play a few samples of music from The Legend of Zelda. It was one of the most exhiliarating moments I've ever had in video gaming.

There's something incredible the themes and clips you've heard for decades in so many different forms. There's something even more incredible about hearing them live from a full professional orchestra. As part of their newly added concert dates, Nintendo has announced that The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses tour will be stopping by Los Angeles on June 6th, the Wednesday of E3 2012.

If you're going to be in Los Angeles absorbing as much E3 as you can, will you stop by the show? For a stop nearer to you, check out the new schedule of tour dates.


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