It’s hard to believe The Legend of Zelda is already 30 years old (31, if you count this year). It’s a game that not only made so many of us fans for life, but also spearheaded a wildly successful franchise.
When the game turned 30 in 2016, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra held a concert in Japan to celebrate the music of the series. It was released as a CD/DVD set on February 15, and Amazon has posted a preorder listing for the set’s February release.
Along with the music and a DVD of the performance, the set is packed with several limited edition items, including badges that were sold at the performance as well as a standee of old school Link composing the orchestra himself.
The set retails for $55.98 and should be shipping by February 24, according to Amazon. It’s worth noting the set is already out in Japan, but if you’d rather pay overseas shipping costs for it, be our guest.
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