FROM BEDROOMS TO BILLIONS: THE AMIGA YEARS.
For many people the 16-bit era conjures fond memories of the Sega Mega Drive and Super Nintendo, which dominated gaming in the early to mid '90s and not only produced some incredible games but also provided the template for the modern gaming business that we know and (mostly) love today. For a great others however, especially if you happened to live in Europe, the 16-bit revolution didn't begin in the late '80s with the launch of the Mega Drive - it began way back in 1985 with a revolutionary home computer called the Commodore Amiga.
Welcome to my first Video Game Documentary review! This exceptional movie is certainly a great way for me to get started! I feel this is a fantastic opportunity and I feel privileged to be allowed to do this video documentary review on behalf of RVG. World 1-1’s Film Producers and Directors, Daryl Rodriguez and Jeanette Garcia, took on the incredible task of documenting and producing a fascinating insight about the origin of the Atari brand from its birth in 1972. They interviewed the people behind this world famous brand, a brand that was second only to Coca Cola™ in terms of influence and recognition in the late 1970’s and 1980’s. We have here a documentary that long term Atari fans and vintage video game hobbyists have been waiting for since Atari closed its doors. Definitely something of a rarity these days.Add a comment