I just received an email with some great news!
We're working like crazy to make our Boston show very special in many ways. We're going to have a lot of local game developers present for our post-show meet & greet including people who have worked on BioShock, Guitar Hero, Rock Band and many more.
One very special guest that we have recently confirmed is Ralph Baer. Mr. Baer is known as the person who INVENTED the video game in the 1960's. Mr. Baer doesn't travel much so we are very honored to have him at the show. Not only will he be a part of the meet & greet, but he'll also be bringing with him (and demonstrating on stage) the very first video game system EVER! He calls it "the brown box". In fact, we're going to pick someone out of the crowd to come up on stage and play it with him. The only other brown box that he created is currently being displayed in the Smithsonian Institute. Mr. Baer received the National Medal of Technology for his creation of the video game from the President of the United States. You can learn more about Mr. Baer at his website: http://www.ralphbaer.com.
Hope to see you all on November 21st! "
Orchestra (Pit & Rows A-O): $75.00
Orchestra (Rows P-EE): $55.00
Balcony (Rows E-S): $55.00
Balcony (Rows T-FF): $35.00
I have never been to any of the Video Games Live events and I'm definitely going to this one!
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