PEARL JAM's Documentary Film 'Let's Play Two' Gets Its Own 8-Bit Game
Following the release of the long-awaited documentary "Let's Play Two" that immortalized PEARL JAM's sold-out August 2016 shows from Wrigley Field comes the "Let's Play Two" baseball game named "Home Run Hitting Contest". Designed as an 8-bit game inspired by the iconic performances at Wrigley Field, the game features all the band members as baseball players.
Fans can choose between one of Pearl Jam's six members, including live keyboardist Boom Gaspar. It's a Home Run Derby type game is set in Wrigley Field where the player must smack as many home runs as possible within the 60-second time limit.
If yuo want to have a go and see how good you can get, play here!
Vedder has strong ties with the Chicago Cubs and was even on the field as the team secured their first World Series win since 1908 in 2016, ending one of the longest championship droughts in professional sports history. More recently, he performed an impromptu gig outside of Wrigley Field back in September, joining some street musicians as they jammed Pearl Jam's "Corduroy" and The Who's "The Seeker." If that wasn't enough, Pearl Jam performed a rooftop show just outside the stadium as well.