Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses

Posted on July 31, 2017

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This week on the show, Luke and Jimmy had the chance to chat with Jason Michael Paul, the creator and producer of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses. We talk about the show, his history in the industry and what people can expect from this amazing experience. “Fans will relive all of their favorite moments from a fully developed and thoughtfully structured program including memorable, beloved melodies from titles including Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, A Link to the Past, Link’s Awakening and more.” The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses is taking place at Hamer Hall in Melbourne on September 3rd for two shows; head here for tickets and more information. Elliot and Rachel are also on board to talk about the news of the week, including big updates to For Honor, price increases and more – plus, Luke and Elliot are playing Fortnite every single day while Rachel dives back in to one of the critical darlings of 2016. Don’t miss all the fun on your favourite video game show!

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Luke Mitchell

Luke Mitchell


Luke spends his time making radio, playing video games, binge-watching TV, getting unreasonably invested in wrestling, hosting bear events and hanging out with his beautiful pets.

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Elliot Attard

Elliot Attard


Beer aficionado, PC gamer, TV show binge-watcher, music lover, and elite member of high society - Elliot possesses all of the qualities needed to project his word thoughts straight into your eye holes.

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Rachel Humphreys

Rachel (Trance) is a long time gamer full time nerd without a plan... When she's not playing on some manner of console or handheld device she can be found enjoying popculture life to its fullest.

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Jimmy Twin

Jimmy was named after Jiminy Cricket and is thankful his mother had bad spelling.

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