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Video Games: The Movie (2014)

Video Games: The Movie DVD and Blu-ray release date was February 3, 2015. Video Games: The Movie Netflix rental release date is February 3, 2015 (estimated).
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WhereMediaRelease Date
AmazonFebruary 3, 2015Feb 3, 2015 calendar
Amazon Prime VideoJuly 15, 2014Jul 15, 2014
iTunes
itunes
Digital HDNo date yet
Redbox
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Netflix
netflix
DVD rentalFebruary 3, 2015Feb 3, 2015
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MOVIE DETAILS
Starring: Sean Astin, Al Alcorn, Peter Armstrong
Director: Jeremy Snead
Writer: Jeremy Snead
In Theaters: July 18, 2014
Runtime: 101 min
6.1
Full-length documentary Video Games: The Movie enjoyably explores the cultural phenomenon that video games have become. It delves into the history of video games and their gradual evolution from simple arcade games decades ago to the much more complex and involved games of today, with backstories, world-building, character development, and interactive roleplay that make games a whole new medium of art and storytelling. Including opinions from experienced game developers, longtime fans, and even celebrity gamers, the documentary considers not only games themselves, but also their cultural impact, their significance to the players, and the entire online communities of gamers where players have formed lifelong friendships. Even looking to the future and speculating about where technology could take the field of gaming within the next few decades, Video Games: The Movie explores a familiar medium in a whole new in-depth way.
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