HUB: Operation Power Up @ The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Second Quest

Friday, December 6th, 2013

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Operation Power Up

On December 3, 2013, some of the members of Operation: Power Up attended The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Second Quest in San Antonio, Texas. We were there not only to enjoy this magnificent concert, but also to raise awareness of our campaign!  We arrived dressed up as various Nintendo characters to help draw attention for our campaign. (Plus it was fun to do so!)

Here are some pictures of us with people who want to get back the power!

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Phil and David

The symphony was simply wonderful! For those who have attended the concert the first time around, the Second Quest has new movements and visuals which were also amazing.

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As a nice surprise for all us at Operation: Power Up, after the intermission, the producer and creative director of The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses, Jeron Moore, was reading out the Miis that he StreetPassed on his 3DS on stage. He happened to StreetPass our mascot, Max, and then gave Operation Power Up a shout out!

At the end of the show, we even got to meet and take pictures with Jeron Moore. He supported our campaign!

He's holding vol. 34 Nintendo Power, featuring: LoZ: ALttP since  A Link Between World's has been released in the US!

He’s holding vol. 34 Nintendo Power, featuring: LoZ: ALttP since A Link Between Worlds has been released in the US!

Mr. Moore holding Operation Power Up's 3DS, which he StreetPassed Max!

Mr. Moore holding Operation Power Up’s 3DS, which he StreetPassed Max!

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On a side note, we were at the symphony last year as well for the first season of the performance. Jeron Moore and conductor, Eimear Noone, both gave their blessing for our campaign.

Operation Power Up last year.

Operation Power Up last year.

For those new to Operation: Power Up, we’re a group of dedicated fans persuading Nintendo of America to bring back Nintendo Power as a digital publication and or a website. With fan publications such as Pure Nintendo and Nintendo Force, as well as the UK’s magazine, Official Nintendo Magazine, shows that there’s still a market for a dedicated Nintendo publication. Our mission is simple; we want to get back the Power, Nintendo Power!

See you next mission!

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Our Nintendo Network ID: OperationPowerUp
Our Miiverse page: Here.
Our Facebook group: Here.
Our Twitter: Here.
Our petition: Here.