Watch This Epic Video Game Tribute by the OSU Marching Band
And I thought it was impressive when I beat “Super Mario World” at age 8. The Ohio State University marching band recently paid tribute to video games in an awesome halftime show performance.
The video features the Ohio State University marching band performing a variety of video game tunes at the recent Ohio State vs. Nebraska game. That in itself is cool, but if you know anything about the OSU marching band, it’s that they’re well-known for their impressive choreography.
Along with each song, the band performs some truly epic routines, recreating famous mascots (Mario, Pikachu), titles (Halo), and Nintendo iconography (e.g. swords, stars, and question blocks.)
The most impressive part of the performance comes at the 6:13 mark: the band forms into a gigantic horse figure and actually “gallops” across the field. Even if you think video games are for losers who live in their mom’s basement, you can’t deny how freaking cool this looks.
The performance has gone viral and has already garnered over a million views in various incarnations. Show these college kids some love and check it out. If you thought “Tetris” looked dinky on your Game Boy, here’s your chance to see it on a grander scale.
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About John Brhel John Brhel is a freelance writer from upstate New York that enjoys picking apart life's idiosyncrasies and listening to Huey Lewis & the News.