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Castlevania composer performing at Video Games Live


2:00 AM on 12.29.2010



[Publisher's note: For you children of the 80's that beat the game, this woman is THE James Banana]

Kinuyo Yamashita, better known as the original composer for Castlevania on the original Nintendo, will be performing at Video Games Live on December 29 and December 30 at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, New Jersey. She will be performing her original Castlevania music backed by the New Jersey Symphony.

That's not all! Internet legend Brentalfloss will also be performing at the VGLs and we expect he'll be doing some of the parodies that have made him a YouTube superstar, as seen in this story's clip.

Tickets are going for as low as $21, a pretty damn good deal for a 2 hour plus show full of videogame music goodness.






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