Party-goers, unite! Nintendo has teamed up with Los Angeles-based production company iam8bit and Giant Robot to promote Nintendo’s upcoming groovalicious gameÂ Rhythm Heaven Fever (Wii). While the game itself looks rather interesting, we’re more intrigued with the fact that Nintendo will host a party at the iam8bit gallery in Los AngelesÂ nextÂ Friday, February 10th from 6-10 p.m. Multiple highlights of the party include hands-on time with the game before the scheduled February 13th release, refreshments and music throughout the evening, and the chanceÂ to film and submit clips to be included in a specialÂ Rhythm Heaven FeverÂ interactive video experience.
While the event is public, Nintendo has specifically announced that it will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The iam8bit Gallery is located at 2147 W. Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California. See you there!
Nintendo and Zelda fans, rejoice! Nintendo has announced the schedule of dates and locations
for itsÂ 2012 Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert tour
, including major North American cities like Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco, Denver, Phoenix, Atlanta, and more.Â The tour revolves around a four-movement symphony that will take you through the course of The Legend of Zelda’sÂ
history to the most recently released Â Skyward Sword, relying entirely on enchanting music and video footage.
Ticketmaster has started selling tickets that range from $19 to $115 luxury seats to appease those who want to choose to splurge on seating. If you manage to have a membership at Club Nintendo (you can sign up for free), you are eligible toÂ receiveÂ a 15 percent discount. Further dates will be announced soon, so keep an eye out if you’d like to attend one of the most promising concerts of the year.
Bursting right out of the Sunshine State, the self-proclaimed record nerd and philosopher For Beatâ€™s Sake has just tweeted about a brand new mixtape featuring some up-and-coming talents like Heath McNease, Davey Rockit, Playdough, Manchild, Red Cloud, and various artists. Although a tenderfoot to the VGM scene, this talented dude mixes in his own crude style with Nintendo samples to create an exquisitely real sound that leaves you wanting more.Â For Beatâ€™s Sakeâ€™s work on Straight Outta Console: The Nintendo Thumb Mixtape is no exception, as this particular release demonstrates his own proficiency as an artist to bring beats to the next level.
Check out Straight Outta Console: The Nintendo Thumb Mixtape today, available now on Bandcamp.