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    Video Games Live: Level 2 - DVD/Blu-Ray/CD Trailer


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    112 views Video Games Live: Level 2 - DVD/Blu-Ray/CD Trailer EXPERIENCE THE GLOBAL MULTIMEDIA AWARD-WINNING CONCERT SPECTACULAR TAKING THE WORLD BY STORM! CAPTURED FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER ON FILM! Video Games Live, the explosive one-of-a-kind concert event featuring music from the greatest video games of all time as performed by top orchestras and choirs from around the world, is coming to video for the first time as Video Games Live: Level 2, set for release on CD, DVD, and DVD/Blu-ray on October 19, 2010. Video Games Live: Level 2 also includes previously unreleased music and video as well as 3+ hours of bonus features. Created and produced by industry veteran and world famous video game composer Tommy Tallarico, Video Games Live: Level 2 features the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra performing along with exclusive video footage and music arrangements, synchronized lighting, special fx, solo performers, percussionists, live action and unique interactive segments, creating a entirely unique entertainment experience. The Video Games Live: Level 2 CD features 16 musical performances (2 additional tracks on the download version), and the DVD and Blu-Ray include never-before-televised music and video from Super Mario Bros.™, The Legend of Zelda™, Sonic the Hedgehog™, Halo®, Warcraft®, Chrono Cross®, Castlevania®, Guitar Hero®, God of War™ and many more, as well as a special Classic Arcade Medley featuring games from Pong® to Dragon's Lair and Tetris®, and more than three hours of bonus material, including interviews with famous video game composers, and designers from around the world, additional and extended music segments, exclusive game trailers, "making the game" documentaries, behind-the-scenes footage, creator commentary, internet game music videos, and a special look inside a private and exclusive game composers party in Tokyo, Japan with some of the greatest game composers of all time. Video Games Live bridges a gap for entertainment by exposing new generations of music ...