Nintendo's Legend of Zelda 25th Anniversary Symphony concert came to London last night, giving fans of the series a rare opportunity to witness some of gaming's most recognisable anthems performed by their creators.
Doors opened at 6.30pm and quickly the halls of the Hammersmith Apollo filled with costume-clad Zelda fans, including one keen pair dressed as Ocarina witches Koume and Kotake. We're glad we weren't sat behind them.
An excitable atmosphere built up until eventually the Royal Philarmonic Concert Orchestra took to the stage, on the backdrop of a giant screen showing off visuals from the games.
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