Free Show – UMD Gamer Symphony Orchestra

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Has anyone ever gone to a good video game show? If so, where event was it and what games were featured?
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8 Responses to Free Show – UMD Gamer Symphony Orchestra

  1. Rabbitduck says:

    I was supposed to go to Video Games Live! A few years ago in Cleveland, had the tickets and everything, but it got canceled, presumably due to a lack of interest. I might make a road trip to the one it Pennsylvania this summer, though.

  2. almightyscott says:

    I really hope one of you north-eastern infendo-ites can make it to this show and record it. If it were going on in my town I’d be there in a heartbeat!

  3. Will says:

    I wish I could make it to this show.

  4. Kyle says:

    I thought UMD was a dead format…

  5. Lite (on a crappy PC!!) says:

    Dude, there was this 8-bit music group who passed through LA like a year ago and I missed it! Forgot the nam of the show…

  6. doughboy74 says:

    The only video game show that I have been to was Shoshinkai in Makuhari Messe, Japan. It was were the N64 was introduced to the public. I stood in line for about an hour to play a SMALL build of SMB 64. I went to it two years in a row. The second of which introduced the rumble pack & Starfox 64. Then it was cancelled.

  7. Poochy says:

    Why do video game concerts almost always include selections from Halo, as if THAT series were a shining example of great video game music? I think 99% of people, gamers and non-gamers alike will name Mario, Zelda, or some other great, timeless video game series when asked what they think will be played at a video game concert. I know I’m probably going to piss off a lot of Halo fans by saying this but the whole of Martin O’Donnell’s work amounts to nothing more than a collection of incidental muzak. Sort of like the second Star Wars trilogy’s score—dull, soulless, and mediocre.

  8. Lite (on a crappy PC!!) says:

    @ Poochy:

    Because Microsoft and Bungie supply fans of their music with free crack.

    (Because some of the songs are actually considered to be okay.)

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