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Mississippi State marching band plays video game music during halftime show

Blake Snow

The above video depicts the Mississippi State marching band performing several video game soundtracks during their home opener last week. Though the Bulldogs lost 15-0 to South Carolina, the Maroon Band will remain winners in the hearts of gamers everywhere (cue fake crying). The halftime show featured music from Halo, Mortal Kombat, Super Mario Bros, Super Mario World, Legend of Zelda, and even the unreleased Zelda: Twilight Princess while the Halo emblem, NES controller, and Zelda Triforce were formed on the field.

You stay classy, Starkville.

[Thanks, James]

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