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One of this year’s fantastic releases is the Pearl Jam concert film, Let’s Play Two. Filmed live right here in Chicago at the iconic Wrigley Field in August of 2016, the film serves as a beautiful documentary that celebrates the band and their fans during the year that the Chicago Cubs finally won the World Series. This week, the film got something unexpected – a companion video game. The vintage, 8-bit game recalls my many days playing baseball on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) back in the day, featuring the band members as baseball players in a “home run derby.” Play the game online via Pearl Jam’s website, and be sure to stick around at the end to hear 8-bit versions of “Alive” and “Jeremy.”

A quick word of warning: the Pearl Jam 8-bit video game could be a dangerous time-suck at work. I’ve already played it four times and am now fighting the urge to continue in hopes of beating my own top score.


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