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News movies & tv series 19 August 2020, 19:21

author: Milosz Szubert

Miniseries on History of Classic Video Games Debuts on Netflix

Today, a documentary miniseries titled High Score debuted on Netflix. It focuses on presenting the history of many classic video games, such as Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, Doom or Wolfenstein 3D.

The history of the video game industry is full of exciting stories. There is no shortage of passionate people and their extraordinary, revolutionary projects, but also great disasters. Many of these stories happened in the 1980s and early 1990s, when digital entertainment was still young and developers were just beginning to discover its great potential. The documentary miniseries High Score, which debuted on Netflix today, tells about this extraordinary period. Below, you can see its intro.

High Score consists of six episodes. They contain important moments in the history of the gaming industry such as the emergence of the E.T. game adaptation and the crisis it caused, the birth of Nintendo's dominion, the debuts of the first Dungeons & Dragons-inspired RPGs, the beginnings of the Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat series, which sparked a heated discussion about brutality in games, or the launches of Wolfenstein 3D and Doom. All of this is accompanied by comments from the creators of each game, revealing a lot of interesting information from behind the scenes. Charles Martinet, a well-known dubbing actor, is the guide on this extraordinary journey, associated primarily with providing his voice to plumber Mario since 1996.

Ready for a journey into the past of video games?

High Score was warmly welcomed by the industry media. Justly? If you have an active Netflix subscription and some free time, you can see for yourself.

  1. High Score on Netflix

Milosz Szubert

Milosz Szubert

A graduate film expert by education. Interested in everything interesting. Fan of tennis, basketball, comics, good books, history and strategy games by Paradox. More recently a home-grown Game Master (apparently it works out pretty well for him). For a couple of years, he edited videos for an independent movie channel on YouTube. He has been working at Gamepressure since January 2017. He currently oversees the trainers and codes sections, uploads trailers to the encyclopedia, and is also developing the database of game records. From time to time, he will also update you on new free games in the Epic Games Store and interesting console deals.

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