Relive The Legend of Zelda Concert 2018 with Limited Edition CD Set
Get this limited edition CD bundle from The Legend of Zelda Concert in Japan last year, featuring a Blu-ray of the concert and collectibles.
Not sure what to get for Valentine’s Day yet with that special someone? Maybe you can get them some chocolates and…The Legend of Zelda music. That’s right, you can enjoy the recent Legend of Zelda concert from Japan right in the comfort of your own home with a new limited edition CD box set.
The bundle comes with a 2-disk set of the concert on CD, a Blu-Ray of the concert with matching game footage, an acrylic keychain set, and a commemorative card, all in a hard shell box. The cover art is also something beautiful, featuring Breath of the Wild and Ocarina of Time Links as well as Skyward Sword Zelda in the back. The art style, however, resembles more of the direction Breath of the Wild went for with heavy shadows and rough edges.
The concert that took place in December in Tokyo was conducted by Taizo Takemoto and performed by Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. The music choice primarily focused on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but still featured songs from previous titles. And of course, the concert features music that features ocarinas, harps, and accordions. So it seems like this CD should have something for pretty much all Zelda fans.
So whether you’re planning on picking this up with someone special or just want to blast some orchestration of The Legend of Zelda, this is a must buy. Unfortunately, this item is still in pre-order so you’ll have to wait until March before you can enjoy this bundle. On the bright side, the bundle will only set you back $65, which is a pretty sweet deal thinking how much Japanese imported game items typically cost (not to mention Nintendo). I’d recommend pre-ordering on Amazon sooner rather than later because quantities could run out before you know it.
In other Legend of Zelda news, a boutique from Los Angeles is selling a Zelda-themed wedding dress. The gown features, of course, the tri-force symbol and a blue gem that signifies Zelda‘s jewel choice in every game. The only downside to the gown, however, is the steep price of $2,400.
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