16 Jun

5 films on the video game industry

Documentaries on video games

The games have been around for decades and has been responsible for film make them your own digital culture.From the simplest materials and old to others on the most complex and current titles have lots of series, movies and documentaries on how the entertainment industry works in particular. There are certainly adjustments to specific games and generally, the film result is not very good if compared with the title, but a visual really interesting and well done are the documentaries and series that explain decades, types of consoles and give specific information on some element of the industry. Here movietube leaves five of the most interesting in the film and video game products. Note that one of them is a film that will be developed by Sony Pictures soon. Click to watch free streaming movies online.

Console Wars

Console Wars

A few days ago it was announced that Sony Pictures will make an adjustment to the book of Blake J. Harris Console Wars: SEGA, Nintendo and the Battle That Defined a Generation . The book itself has not come, but as sites like Amazon, is a “behind-the-scenes business thriller”, which means something like “thriller behind the scenes of the industry.” According to a press release from Atlantic Books, which published the book, they will be Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg, writers and directors of the film adaptation.

 

Indie Game: The Movie

Independent titles as Thomas Was Alone lately have taken a lot of strength and yet many do not know the whole process is difficult for developers of these games to bring them out. Indie Game: The Movie destra details the process of creating titles as Braid and Super Meat Boy and thus shows the independent side of the industry in a way that is raw and poignant at a time. If you want to see this movie, you can find it on Netflix with no problems.

 

Video Games: The Movie

Video Games: The Movie is a documentary that shows in detail how is created the culture of video games and also explains many of the prejudices and false expectations held about gamers and the industry itself. This started as a Kickstarter project that exceeded its target in a short time and are looking for the film is to tell the true story about how it has evolved the game industry and at what point is today. A must see for any current hardcore gamer.

 

Video Game Invasion: The History of a Global Obsession

Tony Hawk, the renowned American skater, is the person in charge of being the host in this documentary.With a still very noventero style (as this material came out in 2004) making Video Game Invasion: The History of a Global Obsession is to cover the history of video games since arcades were the first to launch Xbox console Microsoft. A very curious and known error of this film (still with all that is good) is that when NES games are mentioned, actually an SNES cartridge shown.

 

The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters

The King of Kong joins several elements that make it one of the best documentaries that have existed on video games. Something amazing about this material is that it has the participation of Billy Mitchell, legend of classic titles and also the first person to have a score perfect in Pac-Man . Just for this, The King of Kong is an ideal place for the most competitive gamers documentary and if you are not sure this will bring the visual side of his personality.