John Lucas Avatar Posted on 6/11/2011 by John Lucas
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Nintendo goes even further in their celebration of Zelda's 25th Anniversary with worldwide symphony tour and two music CDs.

Written by John Lucas (editor-at-large)

More details for the celebration of The Legend of Zelda's 25th Anniversary were announced at Nintendo's press conference. Those who buy The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D for the 3DS and register it with Club Nintendo will be able to receive a free CD of the Ocarina of Time 3D Official Soundtrack. The offer begins June 19th when the game releases and supplies are limited (of course).

In addition, there will be an orchestral concert tour playing Zelda music all around the world starting this fall. Dates and locations for the concerts will be announced later. And when The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword comes out this November, there will be another CD released of those Zelda 25th Anniversary symphony concerts that I just mentioned earlier. EXCELLENT!

Nintendo will be planning other events and activities to commemorate Zelda's 25th Anniversary within this year. Wow, 2011 is not the Year of the Rabbit, it's the Year of the Triforce! Sounds good.








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