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Hideo Concert: The Quest for Epic Music Justice

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The big event for Dtoid SF this past weekend was undoubtably the Destructoid Extra Life charity marathon that raised over $6000 for Children’s Miracle Network hospitals.  While Tactix, Hamza, and crew were busy being super amazing awesome at Dtoid HQ in this endeavor, the fabulous Stella Wong and I stepped out for a few hours to see Hideo at UC Berkeley’s Zellerbach Hall.  The concert, which featured live music from an eclectic range of Japanese video games and anime, was rather unique for its incorporation of theatrical narrative and performance.  I’ve never really seen anything like it before and, since it was pretty amazing, Stella and I wanted to share what we could with you all.  On the chance that it comes to your area, make sure you check it out! Hit the link more to read about our experience at this awesome event!

 



 

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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.