NES Immortalized in New Documentary

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One of our favorite game consoles, and perhaps the most iconic, is turning 30-years-old here in the U.S. of A. The Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) not only made console video games at home more widespread, it forever changed the landscape of video games forever. To help celebrate this special occasion, writer, director Rob McCallum is bringing you Nintendo QuestNintendo Quest is being called the most unofficial and unauthorized Nintendo documentary ever. The film documents a challenge. One man has 30 days to collect all 678 North American released NES games. The caveat? All this has to be accomplished without any use of the internet.

Being funded in the form of a Kickstarter-we all love a good Kickstarter-this quest will be anything but easy. With a very modest pledge goal of only $1,000, the documentary has already received almost 10 times that in a matter of a few days. So go on an adventure of a lifetime and witness a challenge of epic proportions. Head over to their Kickstarter and check it out for yourself.

News by: Mike Ackerman

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