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The Video Games

mb stage productions · Ages 14+ · family friendly · flashing lights · United States of America

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June 14, 2015 certified reviewer

My overall impression

Came to the matinee show on Sunday, the 14th. Normally, I don’t like to come to matinees because of the stigma attached to them (low energy, etc.), but this was the only day I could really come.

I was very pleasantly surprised! One of the best matinees I ever came to for any show!

The show is very high energy and has many comic moments. The hosts are very engaging, and the “fighters” also caused good cringe-worthy moments in their choreography.

I recommend this show to anyone who loved playing video games growing up (and still plays) and anyone who longs for childhood nostalgia. It was awesome to see characters of many different video game universes come together and interact.

I came with a friend who already saw it, and because the outcomes are different every time, it was like she was watching a whole new show! I wish I could come again and vote for my favorite characters to win!

Overall, a very entertaining, fast-paced, engaging, and hilarious show!

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