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Distant Worlds in San Francisco

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If you have even a passing interest in Final Fantasy music, video game music as a whole, or the work of Nobuo Uematsu, you should see Distant Worlds. The show isn�t perfect, but it is by far the best video game concert in town. If you can make it to a Distant Worlds show (their venues seem to be limited to large international cities and the coasts of the United States), then you should definitely pick up a copy of the new Distant Worlds CD. I believe Destructoid�s Dale North gave a very high recommendation of it a few months ago.

Oh, and Nobuo Uematsu really needs to sit in another part of the concert hall when he visits. Like in my box. Next to me. So I can totally scream like a little school girl the entire time.
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About MuddBstrdone of us since 5:21 PM on 06.06.2008

Since I've started writing on here a bit more again, I should probably add something to this. As the banner image of my blog says, I'm a graduate student. Yes, I'm that class of people which Marge Simpson says has made a poor life choice. The fact that the wife of Homer Simpsons is saying that should tell you something about my quality of life. :P

I like writing about games, which is what you'll see me do on here when a subject sufficiently motivates me. Sadly, writing about games comes at the cost of playing games, so my blog posts are fewer and farther between than I'd like. I usually write with regard to monthly musings, retro games, games I'm currently playing, or events in the games industry that perk my interest.

When I'm not DOING SCIENCE! or playing games, I can be found training in karate (my life is a fighting game!), writing about stuff other than games, or tearing up the dance floor.