Some video game assessments break down the graphics, sound and music of a new release. Functional, maybe, but a little soulless. Other reviews—like the ones that run on GamePeople—use the different forms of sketch comedy, songwriting and radio plays to get at the heart of what makes a game worth caring about. Now, the unconventional content from GamePeople will be making the leap from the screen to the stage.
Opening in the UK next week, Game People Live puts the Rebecca Mayes' review songs, radio plays by Chris Jarvis and comedy sketches of Adam Moran and Nick Kenchington on stage at Exeter's Bike Shed Theatre. The show's currently in rehearsals, but the video above offers a glimpse at what it looks like when a radio play or a comedy sketch takes on games like Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. If you're in the United Kingdom, you can get tickets here.