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March 21, 2012 at 4:54 PM

Nintendo’s March music madness

It must be music month for Nintendo. Either that or it’s turning up the volume now that it’s facing competition from Sony’s new PlayStation Vita handheld gaming device.

Nintendo today announced a new batch of 3-D “music video premieres” that it’s giving to owners of its 3DS handheld, via its video application.

The lineup begins with “Sabotage” from Wale and “So Good” from B.o.B. Videos coming soon include Death Cab for Cutie’s “Underneath the Sycamore,” OK Go’s “Skyscrapers,” The Shins’ “The Rifle’s Spiral” and I Fight Dragons’ “Save World Get Girl.”

Nintendo fans wanting a full-scale experience can head to Benaroya Hall on Monday night. That’s when the company’s “Symphony of the Goddesses” concert tour feauring music from “The Legend of Zelda” is making its Seattle stop.

A check of the Seattle Symphony’s site showed that the remaining seats available are in the $55 to $125 range.

Here’s an image from Nintendo of an earlier performance in Los Angeles.

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