A couple of weeks ago, UC Berkely had a match against Washington State. During the halftime show, the Cal State Marching Band did one of the coolest performances that I've ever seen since Drumline. The Marching Band starts off with Pong, then goes onto Tetris, Mortal Kombat, Pokemon, Legend of Zelda, and finishes the performance off with Super Mario World and Super Mario Bros covers.
There are a few parts where the performance stutters but with all that's going on, it's understandable. For every videogame song they do, the band forms into the shape of the game. Tetris pieces, Pokeballs, the Triforce, Bowser's Castle and many more.
My favorite part of the performance has to be when they formed the Pokeballs. I loved that the team mascots "came out" of the Pokeballs to battle each other.
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