Level Up Norge (2016– )

TV Series   |  Comedy, News


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Level Up Norge is a Norwegian YouTube web series that reviews video games, provides gaming news, streams and occasionally Let's Plays.


8.1/10
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22 March 2017 | Best-To-Worst
10
| Level Up - The show on video-games, i never knew i needed.
I have been an avid watcher of this show for 5 years now, and I'm not stopping. You see Level-Up is the type of entertainment you don't get nowadays. Level Up is a well crafted comedy-show on video-games, new and old, that inspires and makes you think about gaming as more than just "Games".

It's these type of shows, that really puts Gaming on the map. Where modern news outlets are more concerned with finding new controversies in video games, on which to get more readers, Level Up instead celebrates this entertainment industry, and treats it with the respect it deserves.

From the "Klassiker'n" segments (My favourite of the series), to the amazing reviews and interviews. This show is what the gaming industry, no the world needs right now.

Praise has to be given to the excellent production team, hosts and reviewers who do more than just ramble on for 10 minutes on why a game is good. They actually put effort into their reviews, and do comedy skits to full extent, putting every episode into this neat little package. And let me say that I absolutely love the entire team behind this show. The hosts are so talented and entertaining (although one of them is missing hair), and the reviewers young and old are fantastic.

If there is one criticism, it would be that the full 1 hour episodes, that used to run on VGTV is gone. But that's saying something. When my biggest criticism is that there needs to be more of the good stuff.

Level Up deservedly gets a 10/10 from me.

Details

Release Date:

15 February 2016

Language

Norwegian


Country of Origin

Norway

Filming Locations

Oslo, Norway

Box Office

Budget:

$9,000 (estimated)

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