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Burlesque goes nerdy at Los Angeles' Bordello club

6:20 PM on 05.11.2009 // Colette Bennett

Ok, picture this: an evening of entertainment provided by hot girls dressed like video game characters who then proceed to take off their clothes for an audience? Uh ... what I've just described is the wet dream of the majority of male gamers on the planet (and some female ones, ahem). Believe it or not, it went down this past weekend in Los Angeles. On May 9th at the Bordello bar, ladies dressed as Princess Peach, Samus Aran, Princess Zelda and Link, Chun Li and Rayne (from Bloodrayne) put on a grand show in the tradition of a good old fashioned striptease.

Feel like you missed out? Well, you can check out our favorite pics in the gallery, the full slideshow over at LA Weekly, or best of all, you can see the show happen again during E3. Devil's Playground will put on their encore performance the evening of June 3rd, which just might be worth taking a break from furiously pounding out stories to attend. Although, attending may mean I see a few other people pounding something, if you get my drift.




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