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Today Namco-Bandai held a Macross 30th Anniversary event at their booth in the Tokyo Game Show. During the event they talked about upcoming Macross projects like Macross the Musiculture (a Macross-themed stage musical debuting this fall in Japan) and showed the first non-teaser trailer for the new Macross movie, …
It's 2012, which means that it's not even The Legend of Zelda's 25th Anniversary any more. But that's not stopping Nintendo from extending the tour that celebrates the music of their long-lived adventure RPG franchise.
If you're going to be in LA on May 9th, you might want to swing by UC Northridge and check out the Media Composition and Studio Ensemble. They'll be playing the music of Bioshock composer Gary Schyman. [Get Tickets]
Brian Wood, the Company of Heroes designer who perished in a car crash in September, was a game developer, devoted husband, and an accomplished choral singer. This weekend his former choir-mates will remember Brian through the music he loved.
Sega celebrates the impending release of Sonic Colors in New York City tomorrow evening with an ice skating party in Bryant Park. Need a reason to care? How about free hedgehog hats?
Blizzard couldn't possibly top the live Ozzy Osbourne concert that closed out BlizzCon 2009, but a concert by Jack Black and Kyle Gass of Tenacious D comes pretty damn close.
A night of live music from artists like Usher, Jane's Addiction, Soundgarden, Maynard James Keenan, Eminem, and more turns slightly awkward as Activision's lavish E3 2010 production confuses as much as it astounds.
Hey, Marylanders - looks like you'll be able to get your fix of sweet, orchestral video game music at your local Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, where they're holding a concert entitled "Play! A Video Game Symphony."