Free Show – UMD Gamer Symphony Orchestra


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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An artist from New York. Will has been writing, designing, and loving video games since he was young. He has traveled across the United States, and parts of Canada in order to learn more about the world of gaming. After visiting E3 for the first time in 2009, he has vowed to return there and show off a game of his own. In his spare time he tinkers with electronics, programming, and of course collecting video games.


  1. 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. 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. I wish I could make it to this show.

  4. I thought UMD was a dead format…

  5. 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. 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. 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. @ 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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